Dried soybeans are a common ingredient in soy sauce and have been a staple in Asian and Asian-American cuisine for decades.
They are the key ingredient in the traditional Chinese dumplings and the famous “Chinese-style” rice noodles.
But the soy sauce used to make the dish has a new, cleaner and cheaper option that is often touted as a healthier alternative.
In this video, I walk you through the process of making a soy sauce substitute.
Ingredients You’ll Need Ingredients You Can Use Ingredients To Make Soy Sauce Substitute Ingredients: Soy sauce, water, sugar, corn starch, sodium lauryl sulfate, sodium chloride, cornstarch-3, dextrose, sugar-free gelatin, xanthan gum, potassium sorbate, natural flavors, calcium disodium EDTA, d-glucosamine, sorbitol, sodium benzoate, potassium hydroxide, calcium iodate, vitamin E supplement, sodium bisulfite, sodium citrate, sodium iodide, vitamin C supplement, vitamin A supplement, calcium carbonate, ferrous sulfate (ferrous sulfates), calcium carbonates, sodium cocoyl glutamate, vitamin D3 supplement, zinc oxide, copper sulfate Ingredients: Salt, sodium, calcium chloride, potassium iodate (CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499), calcium disulfite (CI 15850, CI 15851, CI 15985), sodium laustreate (Sodium Laureth Sulfate, SLS, CI 137510), potassium iodide (CI 77510, CI 76002), sodium chloride (CI 19140), potassium chloride ion (CI 135090), copper sulfates (CI 17200), zinc oxide (CI 45450), aluminum sulfate(CI 77007), zinc dioxide (CI 37000), zinc sulfate sulfonate (CO 2 -containing), zinc sulphate (ZnSO 4 -containing).
*These numbers are approximate and are based on ingredients that you may or may not have at home.