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Spicy Soy Apricot Dumpling Sauce

If it is not going to be all about dumplings, stir-fries, fried rice, or marinades, it's gonna be dumpling sauce. Yes, everyone loves a good dipping sauce. It doesnt matter if it is chicken tenders, fresh fries, or dumplings, that sauce has to be delicious! This particular dumpling sauce is made with some local New Hampshire ingredients that were purchased from the NH Made in New Hampshire Expo. If you are into raw honey, I highly recommend Mad Russian Apothecary out of Derry, NH. I purchased some of their honey offerings at this recently held Expo and immediate went to work!


This is gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegan.

If you have a sesame allergy, simply omit the sesame oil. Ingredients:

1/4 C Tamari* 2 TB Apricot* preserves

1-2 TB Mad Russian Apothecary Spicy Pepper Honey 1-2 Garlic* cloves, smashed and finely chopped

1-2 TB Shallots, finely chopped

1-2 Limes, juiced

Sesame Oil, optional

Quite simply: into a mixing bowl, whisk your ingredients together. Make sure the honey has dissolved completely into the dipping sauce.


Add more chili if you like more heat.



*SIDE BAR NOTES: MSG: Monosodium Glutamate - this is available at both Asian markets and traditional grocery stores that have an Asian section for ingredients. MSG is not only already being manufactured in the human body, but it is also naturally occurring in things like tomatoes, mushrooms, and parmesan cheese. This recipe has ingredients that already have it naturally. It is up to you if you want to add MSG or not. It has less sodium than standard salt, which is confirmed healthier, and offers an amazing umami flavor to Asian cuisine.

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