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Mid Pac Foods Sauce Char Sui - 12 Fl. Oz.

Mid Pac Foods Sauce Char Sui - 12 Fl. Oz.

Sauce, for Char Sui

Made in Hawaii.
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Sugar, Water, Hoisin Sauce (Sugar, Sweet Potatoes, Water, Salt, Soybeans, Garlic, Wheat, Modified Corn Starch, Sesame Seeds, Spices, Chili Pepper, Acetic Acid, Red 40), Red Food Color (Propylene Glycol, FD&C Reds 40 and 3, and Propylparaben), Salt, Garlic, Monosodium Glutamate, 5 Spice Powder (Cassia, Anise Seeds, Fennel Seeds, Cloves, Ginger), Citric Acid, Sodium Benzoate, a Preservative, Contents Sufficient for 4 Pounds of Meat.
Product Attributes
Warning Contains: Contains: soybeans, wheat.
Directions Shake well before using Sauce for Char Sui. For each pound of pork spare ribs, use 5 tablespoons of Sauce for Char Sui. Cut ribs in 2 or 3 inch strips. Marinate ribs with sauce. Soak for 15 minutes or more (up to an hour). Place ribs on rack of roasting pan or rotisserie for 1 hour and 15 min. at 330 degrees F. Baste ribs. Turn ribs over occasionally when placed in oven. To prepare Chinese Roast Pork (Sweet Pork): same as above, except use boneless pork and cut lengthwise 1 in x 2 in x 7 in stri
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