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Lee Kum Kee Premium Oyster Flavored Sauce is specially made from the finest premium selected oyster extract. With its rich oyster taste, this all-purpose seasoning sauce enhances the taste and appearance of any dish. Use 1 tbsp per pound of meat, seafood, vegetables, pasta, or rice to add deep, delicious flavor to your dishes.


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Lee Kum Kee Premium Oyster Sauce 255g

£2.75

£1.08 per 100g

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The Original & World's No.1 Oyster Sauce*
Lee Kum Kee Premium Oyster Sauce originated since 1888, using extracts from the finest oysters as in the original secret recipe. It is the favourite of Chinese families and Chinese Michelin-starred chefs.
*Source: Euromonitor 2013 edition: Retail value sales at retail selling prices 2007-2012 data.

Truly authentic and original, Choice of Michelin starred Chinese chefs, Number 1 Chinese sauce brand in Hong Kong

Country of Origin

Hong Kong

Storage

Storage information after opening:
Replace cap and refrigerate. Consume within 8 weeks and before expiry date.

Preparation and Usage

Use it as an all-purpose seasoning sauce to uplift the umami taste of meat and vegetables. Use as a marinade, seasoning for stir-fries, and condiment. It is the secret sauce used in the famous broccoli beef, stir-fried noodles and many sumptuous Chinese restaurant dishes.
Tips: Use Tbsp for every 100g meat.

Instructions

FOR A TRULY AUTHENTIC CHINESE FLAVOUR:
IN A WOK, STIR-FRY A COUPLE OF TABLESPOONS OF OYSTER SAUCE WITH MEAT, SEAFOOD OR VEGETABLES, OR MARINADE MEAT AND SEAFOOD IN OYSTER SAUCE BEFORE GRILLING, ROASTING OR BARBECUING.
Produced in a facility handling sesame and peanuts

Recycling Information

Pack - Glass

Other Information

Full Product Name:
Premium Oyster Sauce

Storage:
Refrigerate after opening

Origin:
Product of Hong Kong

Distributor:
Lee Kum Kee (Europe) Ltd,
3 Harbour Exchange Square,
London,
E14 9GE,
United Kingdom.

The Original & World's No.1 Oyster Sauce*
Lee Kum Kee Premium Oyster Sauce originated since 1888, using extracts from the finest oysters as in the original secret recipe. It is the favourite of Chinese families and Chinese Michelin-starred chefs.
* "Source: Euromonitor 2013 edition: Retail value sales at retail selling prices 2007-2012 data."

Find out more at: www.discoverLKK.com

Manufacturer

Distributed by:
Lee Kum Kee (Europe) Ltd,
44 Beaufort Court,
Admirals Way,
London,
E14 9XL,
United Kingdom.

Return To Address

Lee Kum Kee (Europe) Ltd,
3 Harbour Exchange Square,
London,
E14 9GE,
United Kingdom.
www.uk.LKK.com

Typical ValuesPer 100 g
Energy 578 kJ (136 kcal)
Fat <0.5 g
of which saturates <0.1 g
Carbohydrate 29 g
of which sugars 23 g
Protein 5.0 g
Salt 11.3 g
Ingredients

Oyster Extract 40%, Sugar, Water, Flavour Enhancer E621, Salt, Modified Corn Starch, Wheat Flour, Colour E150c

Allergen Information

Contains Molluscs, Contains Wheat

Dietary Information

Contains Wheat
Contains Shellfish

Categories

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53

Customers rated this product

85%

Customers would recommend this product

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An authentic addition when we make fried rice that makes all the difference. Delicious, bold and aromatic flavour.

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New favorite. Great with chilli beef strips and broccoli

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A little expensive for me at the rate we go through it, but it really is the best oyster sauce.

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Delicious

MSG is in naturally in mushrooms, tomatoes and lots of cheeses, it's added to plenty of ready meals and fast food but it's only ever Asian food that people claim to get headaches from. It's a fear rooted in racism, not saying that most of the people who believe it are racist just the foundation of the myth is. If anything is giving you a headache from Asian food it's probably sodium content and overconsumption. Msg is a just a flavour it's absolutely safe for anyone that doesn't have a genuine intolerance, time to stop propagating this myth.

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Cheapest oyster sauce wins panel's favor

Most supermarkets carry only two or three choices, with the Lee Kum Kee and Dynasty brands dominating. So we ventured beyond our usual markets to 99 Ranch, and came up with a total of 10 brands. They were tasted plain and with steamed rice.

The winner was also the least expensive -- Hong Kong-made Amoy ($1.39 for 21.5 ounces, 99 Ranch). A balanced flavor won over three of the tasters, who said: "a good balance of sweet and salty with mild fish flavor," "good balance, good fish notes." One taster, though, said "balanced but chemical," and another who didn't like it said it "tastes like caramel, very salty and thick." Three would buy it, one might and one wouldn't.

Dynasty ($2.29 for 9 ounces, several stores) placed second, its sweet- salty flavor not thrilling the panel but not offending them either. "Simple, a little salty," "strong caramel taste," and "rather innocuous and lacking fish flavor," the tasters said. Four might buy this brand; one would not.

On its heels was Kimlan ($1.59 for 20 ounces, 99 Ranch), one of the vegetarian mushroom brands. The tasters gave it good marks for appearance but mixed ones for flavor. Comments ranged from "balanced, less caramel" to "very high in soy, unbalanced," "the finish is oddly chocolate-y" and "tastes like fish powder or extract." One would buy this, two might and two wouldn't.

Fourth-ranked Sun Luck ($2.79 for 9 ounces, Cala) came across as "strong" but with a "starchy texture, gelatinous" and "too caramelized." One would buy it, two might and two wouldn't.

Also tasted but unranked were Lee Kum Kee Panda, Lee Kum Kee Premium, Lee Kum Kee Choy Sun, Wan Ja Shan, Kikkoman and Maekrua.

(SEE CHART BELOW)


Oyster sauce TASTERS Amoy Dynasty Kimlan Sun Luck Carroll 16 13 10 15 Halperin 19 14 5 6 Handler 11 10 15 10 Katzl 16 6 12 6 Passot 2 11 11 10 TOTALS 64 54 53 47 Panelists were John P. Carroll, cookbook author; Marc Halperin, culinary director, Center for Culinary Development; Shelley Handler, food writer and consultant; Donna Katzl, chef-owner, Cafe for All Seasons, San Francisco; and Roland Passot, chef-owner of La Folie in San Francisco and five Left Banks. A perfect score for any product would be 100. All products are tasted blind.
Источник: https://www.sfgate.com/food/tasterschoice/article/Cheapest-oyster-sauce-wins-panel-s-favor-2827610.php

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Oyster sauce: the accident that launched a food empire

Consider this – many of the most mundane things we eat today, only came about by complete accident. Bread, as a most humble example, was flat for thousands of years until the accidental discovery that you could leave dough in the sun and it would expand. Cornflakes, Worcestershire sauce, even beer – all things that we just happened upon without a clue of how unremarkable they would become in our daily lives.

Oyster sauce is another such accident – one that has had a profound effect on Chinese cuisine. It's common to think that oyster sauce has a history that matches soy sauce, such is its important to Chinese cooking, but whilst the origins of soy sauce go way back to China's Western Han dynasty over 2,000 years ago, oyster sauce is a relatively recent invention.

In 1888, Lee Kum Sheung was busy running his food stall in Nanshui – a neighbourhood to the south of Zhuhai in modern day Guangdong province. As usual, he set a big pot of oyster soup on the stovetop and left it simmering gently, ready to feed his lunchtime customers. What it was that distracted him from his stove we will never know, but he promptly forgot about his oysters. When he discovered them many hours later, still simmering away on the hob, they had reduced to a thick brown paste – certainly not the clear soup that his customers were expecting.

Источник: https://www.greatbritishchefs.com/features/oyster-sauce-origins-lee-kum-kee

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Oyster sauce: the accident that launched a food empire

Consider this – many of the most mundane things we eat today, only came about by complete accident. Bread, as a most humble example, was flat for thousands of years until the accidental discovery that you could leave dough in the sun and it would expand. Cornflakes, Worcestershire sauce, even beer – all things that we just happened upon without a clue of how unremarkable they would become in our daily lives.

Oyster sauce is another such accident – one that has had a profound effect on Chinese cuisine. It's common to think that oyster sauce has a history that matches soy sauce, such is its important to Chinese cooking, but whilst the origins of soy sauce go way back to China's Western Han dynasty over 2,000 years ago, oyster sauce is a relatively recent invention.

In 1888, Lee Kum Sheung was busy running his food stall in Nanshui – a neighbourhood to the south of Zhuhai in modern day Guangdong province. As usual, he set a big pot of oyster soup on the stovetop and left it simmering gently, ready to feed his lunchtime customers. What it was that distracted him from his stove we will never know, but he promptly forgot about his oysters. When he discovered them many hours later, still simmering away on the hob, they had reduced to a thick brown paste – certainly not the clear soup that his customers were expecting.

Источник: https://www.greatbritishchefs.com/features/oyster-sauce-origins-lee-kum-kee

Lee Kum Kee Premium Oyster Sauce 255g

£2.75

£1.08 per 100g

Cadburys Competition

The Original & World's No.1 Oyster Sauce*
Lee Kum Kee Premium Oyster Sauce originated since 1888, using extracts from the finest oysters as in the original secret recipe. It is the favourite of Chinese families and Chinese Michelin-starred chefs.
*Source: Euromonitor 2013 edition: Retail value sales at retail selling prices 2007-2012 data.

Truly authentic and original, Choice of Michelin starred Chinese chefs, Number 1 Chinese sauce brand in Hong Kong

Country of Origin

Hong Kong

Storage

Storage information after opening:
Replace cap and refrigerate. Consume within 8 weeks and before expiry date.

Preparation and Usage

Use it as an all-purpose seasoning sauce to uplift the umami taste of meat and vegetables. Use as a marinade, seasoning for stir-fries, and condiment. It is the secret sauce used in the famous broccoli beef, stir-fried noodles and many sumptuous Chinese restaurant dishes.
Tips: Use Tbsp for every 100g meat.

Instructions

FOR A TRULY AUTHENTIC CHINESE FLAVOUR:
IN A WOK, STIR-FRY A COUPLE OF TABLESPOONS OF OYSTER SAUCE WITH MEAT, SEAFOOD OR VEGETABLES, OR MARINADE MEAT AND SEAFOOD IN OYSTER SAUCE BEFORE GRILLING, ROASTING OR BARBECUING.
Produced in a facility handling sesame and peanuts

Recycling Information

Pack - Glass

Other Information

Full Product Name:
Premium Oyster Sauce

Storage:
Refrigerate after opening

Origin:
Product of Hong Kong

Distributor:
Lee Kum Kee (Europe) Ltd,
3 Harbour Exchange Square,
London,
E14 9GE,
United Kingdom.

The Original & World's No.1 Oyster Sauce*
Lee Kum Kee Premium Oyster Sauce originated since 1888, using extracts from the finest oysters as in the original secret recipe. It is the favourite of Chinese families and Chinese Michelin-starred chefs.
* "Source: Euromonitor 2013 edition: Retail how old is john b sales at retail selling prices 2007-2012 data."

Find out more at: www.discoverLKK.com

Manufacturer

Distributed by:
Lee Kum Kee (Europe) Ltd,
44 Beaufort Court,
Admirals Way,
London,
E14 9XL,
United Kingdom.

Return To Address

Lee Kum Kee (Europe) Ltd,
3 Harbour Exchange Square,
London,
E14 9GE,
United Kingdom.
www.uk.LKK.com

Typical Lee kum kee oyster sauce 100 g
Energy 578 kJ (136 kcal)
Fat <0.5 g
of which saturates <0.1 g
Carbohydrate 29 g
of which sugars 23 g
Protein 5.0 g
Salt 11.3 g
Ingredients

Oyster Extract 40%, Sugar, Water, Flavour Enhancer E621, Salt, Modified Corn Starch, Wheat Flour, Colour E150c

Allergen Information

Contains Molluscs, Contains Wheat

Dietary Information

Contains Wheat
Contains Shellfish

Categories

,
53

Customers rated this product

85%

Customers would recommend this product

Fried Rice Essential

An authentic addition when we make fried rice that makes all the difference. Delicious, bold and aromatic flavour.

Was this helpful? (1) (0)

08 September 2021 by Yoke
Cannot go wrong

Have always used this oyster sauce back in Japan and Im glad Ocado is stocking these. Cannot go wrong with this!

Was this helpful? (2) (0)

Great sauce

New favorite. Great with chilli beef strips and broccoli

Was this helpful? (1) (1)

my staple

The best I can find in the uk

Was this helpful? (1) (0)

My favourite oyster sauce

A little expensive for me at the rate we go through it, but it really is the best oyster sauce.

Was this helpful? (1) (0)

Delicious

MSG is in naturally in mushrooms, tomatoes and lots of cheeses, it's added to plenty of ready meals and fast food but it's only ever Asian food that people claim to get headaches from. It's a fear rooted in racism, not saying that most of the people who believe it are racist just the foundation of the myth is. If anything is giving you a headache from Gap synchrony bank login food it's probably sodium content and overconsumption. Msg is a just a flavour it's absolutely safe for anyone that doesn't have a genuine intolerance, time to stop propagating this myth.

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Lee Kum Kee

Chinese food company

Lee Kum Kee Company Limited (traditional Chinese: 李錦記有限公司; simplified Chinese: 李锦记有限公司; Jyutping: Lei5 Gam2 gei3 jau5 haan6 gung1 si1; pinyin: Lǐ Jǐn jì yǒuxiàn gōngsī) is a Guangdong-based food company which specializes in manufacturing a wide range of Chinese and Asian sauces. Founded by Lee Kum Sheung in 1888 in Nanshui, Guangdong, Lee Kum Kee produces over 200 Chinese-style sauces, including oyster sauce,[1]soy sauce, hoisin sauce, XO sauce, one-step recipe sauce, chili sauce, cooking ingredients, and dipping sauce. The group also purchased London's landmark Walkie-Talkie skyscraper in July 2017 for £1.3bn, which was a record-breaking transaction for a single building in the UK.[2]

History[edit]

The company is based in Guangdong but its products are sold in over 100 countries worldwide including China, and in many overseas markets, including North America, Europe, Southeast Asia, Australia and New Zealand. Its primary brand, Lee Kum Kee (traditional Chinese: 李錦記; simplified Chinese: 李锦记; Jyutping: Lei5 Gam2 gei3; pinyin: Lǐ Jǐn jì; lit. 'the Lee Kum brand') is popular throughout China and the overseas Chinese community. Lee Kum Kee was named Most Popular Brand On-line at the 2004 Hong Kong Top Brand Awards.

The company was founded by Lee Kum Sheung (traditional Chinese: 李錦裳; simplified Chinese: 李锦裳; Jyutping: Lei5 Gam2soeng4; pinyin: Lǐ Jǐncháng), a chef at a small eatery that sold cooked oysters, who is credited with air quality san jose map invented oyster sauce in Nanshui, Zhuhai, Guangdong.[3] In 1888, he formed the Lee Kum Kee company to market what has now become a staple sauce, seasoning and condiment in Cantonese and southern Chinese cuisine. It continues to be run as a family business by the Lee family.

From 1902 to 1932, the company's office was located in Macau and in 1932 it moved to its newest headquarters in Hong Kong. Lee Amazon store card online payment login Kee opened a United States of America based headquarters in City of Industry, California in Greater Los Angeles followed by a Canadian headquarters in Toronto, Ontario. Production bases are located in Xinhui, Huangpu, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Los Angeles. The Xinhui factory is the largest operation occupying 1,700 acres.[4]

In April 2016, the Lee Kum Kee family donated $21 million to fund Lee Kum Sheung Center for Health and Happiness, to "help identify how positive aspects of living can lead to better health and a longer life"[5] and "coordinate research across many disciplines at Harvard University" and "understanding the complex interplay between positive psychological well-being and human health."[6][7][8][9][10][11]

The family was worth an estimated $15 billion in 2019.[12]

Food safety[edit]

In 2000-2001, Britain's Food Standards Agency (FSA) identified various brands of Chinese and South-East Asian sauces, including Lee Kum Kee products, with known carcinogens3-MCPD and 1,3-dichloropropanol (1,3-DCP) contamination at levels hundreds of times lee kum kee oyster sauce than those deemed safe by the UK and European Union. Lee Kum Kee was not singled out in what appeared to be an industry-wide problem. The results were published in a June 2001 report.[13]

Lee Kum Kee responded by stating that the affected products were all manufactured before 1999 when the manufacturing technology was updated; as a result, from 1999 their products contain no DCP.[13][dead link] In a press release, Lee Kum Kee said that FSA cleared Lee Kum Kee's name in a separate statement to the industry issued within lee kum kee oyster sauce hours of the FSA's initial report which indicated that "None of the products sampled from major retail chains posed any safety concern" and stressed that "there was no reason to avoid Chinese food."[14][15] Lee Kum Kee also claimed that Food and Environmental Hygiene Department of the Government of Hong Kong has indicated that all Lee Kum Kee products in Hong Kong complied with safety standards as evidenced by a separate study.[16]

Additionally, in July 2001 Lee Kum Kee submitted to FSA certificates of analysis for the presence of 3-MCPD which showed that the soy sauce imported into Europe complies with the proposed EU limit for 3-MCPD.[17]

Chairmen[edit]

  1. Lee Kum-sheung (1888–1920)
  2. Lee Shiu-nan (1920–1972)
  3. Lee Man-tat (1972–2021)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^"Oyster Flavored Sauces". Retrieved 16 September 2014.
  2. ^Correspondent, Tom Knowles, Property. "London's Walkie Talkie building sold for £1.3bn". Retrieved 2017-08-03.
  3. ^a"About Lee Kum Kee". Retrieved 16 September 2014.
  4. ^"Feature: CHINESE NEW YEAR - Josh Loeb gets a taste of the Orient with food company LKK - West End Extra". Archived from the original on 14 July 2014. Retrieved 16 September 2014.
  5. ^Family of Chinese oyster sauce empire gives $21 million to Harvard, Apr 25, 2016, 6:13am EDT
  6. ^About the Lee Kum Sheung Center for Health and Happiness
  7. ^Shimokazi, K.R. $21 Million Gift Launches Center for Health and Happiness, The Harvard Crimson, April 29, 2016
  8. ^Harvard Has a New Center for Happiness: There's more to health than the absence of disease. Hamblin, J. The Atlantic. April 26, 2016
  9. ^INTERVIEW: Harvard University explores happiness, health with gifted $21 million. Osler, C. Daily Free Press, Boston University. April 28, 2016
  10. ^Harvard Chan School Communications. A quest for holidays in 2020 usa Gift will fund Harvard center to study how to increase everyday joy and health. Harvard Gazette. April 22, 2016
  11. ^Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Lee Kum Sheung Center for Health and Happiness
  12. ^Schmidt, Blake (29 August 2019). "A $15 Billion Oyster Sauce Family Plots to Survive 1,000 Years". Bloomberg News. Retrieved 25 September 2019.
  13. ^ ab"Food Standards Agency: Survey of 1,3-Dichloropropanol (1,3-DCP) in Soy Sauce and Related Products (18 June 2001)". Archived from the original on 2013-01-06. Retrieved 2012-12-19.
  14. ^"Safety of Lee Kum Kee Products Confirmed by External Bodies -- re> HONG KONG, June 22 /PRNewswire/ --". 22 June 2001. Retrieved 16 September 2014.
  15. ^Lee Kum Kee (19 June 2001). "The public can be assured that all Lee Kum Kee products are safe and of the highest. -- June lee kum kee oyster sauce, 2001 /PR Newswire UK/". Retrieved 16 September 2014.
  16. ^"HONG KONG: Safety of Lee Kum Kee Products confirmed by external bodies". Retrieved 16 September 2014.
  17. ^"Food Standards Agency: Soy sauces and related products - Further information (21 June 2001)". Retrieved 2012-12-19.
Источник: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lee_Kum_Kee

Top 10 Best Oyster Sauce Brands 2021

A lot of people struggle to find the best oyster sauce brands because they all look similar and taste somewhat similar. Oyster sauce is the cornerstone of Asian cuisine, and only the highest quality oyster sauce makes Asian dishes much more fulfilling.

In today’s review, I’m going to introduce to you the best quality, versatile oyster sauce brands that satisfy your particular needs. Detailed descriptions, honest reviews, and frequently asked questions are included in the most comprehensive guide of oyster sauce.

Table of Contents

What Is Oyster Sauce?

Oyster sauce is a secret ingredient that makes Asian dishes unforgettably delicious. It is used widely in Cantonese, Chinese, Thai, and Vietnamese cooking. It is a viscous, smooth, glossy dark brown sauce with distinctive umami, earthy and briny taste.

Traditionally, oyster sauce is made from oyster broth cooked down for hours until significantly reduced to retain all the genuine, authentic flavors, but this method is costly, and it usually takes kilograms of fresh oysters to produce just some tablespoons of oyster sauce.

Instead, you can purchase commercial oyster sauce products, which are readily available in any grocery store, plus there is an explosion of options for you to choose from. They usually contain some amount of oyster extract, cornstarch, flavoring agents, and preservatives.

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What Are The Most Popular Oyster Sauce Brands?

First, let’s get to know the most recognizable brands of oyster sauce. They all have a long history and earn a good reputation for their high-quality products.

Lee Kum Kee

Lee Kum Kee is a Hong Kong-based food manufacturer with over 130 years of history producing condiments. As their mission is to bring Chinese cuisine to the world, their products necessarily pack with Chinese flavors.

Their flagship products include Lee Kum Kee’s classic oyster sauce, Panda Brand oyster sauce, Lee Kum Kee hoisin sauce, and tons of other Chinese and Asian condiments that promise to breathe novelty into your meals.

Kikkoman

Kikkoman is a 104-year-old Japanese food manufacturer that produces Japanese sauces. It is known as the most popular brand of soy sauce in the U.S.

The outstanding feature of Kikkoman’s brand is that its sauces are made from luxury beach rentals outer banks nc ingredients. The production process is put under strict control to ensure that its customers use the safe and highest quality products.

Maekrua

The flavors of Thai stir-fries are fueled in what is the atm deposit limit for bank of america significant part by Thai flavored condiments, and Maekrua offers the best-tasting Thai sauces. Their motto, “Diversity and Refinement,” moves them toward creating unparalleled products.

Top 10 Best Quality Oyster Sauce Brands In 2021

The best oyster sauce brands list calls out Megachefu because its taste is a perfect balance of sweetness and savoriness, plus the price answers the quality. But if you are a healthy vegan, you can never go wrong with Kikkoman; it is the ultimate green choice.

Meanwhile, Mecashefu delights consumers with its subtle and premium taste, it is a clear upgraded version of regular oyster sauce with smoked wood flavors, and it promises an explosion of deliciousness to your daily meal.

And of course, my recommended list contains other top-quality oyster sauce brands; all are worth checking out. Make sure you get the one that fits your ultimate needs!

  • Best Overall –Megachef 8.5 Oz Premium Smoked Flavor Oyster Sauce
    “smokey, earthy, briny, premium taste, luxurious packaging, good for children’s development.”
  • Best Budget –Kikkoman Red Label Pre-Thickened Low-Carb Oyster Sauce
    “Pre-thickened, ready-to-use, low-carb, exceptional flavors, authentic, for multiple culinary purposes.”
  • Best for Vegans –Kikkoman Vegetarian MSG-free No Preservatives Oyster Sauce
    “Natural ingredients, MSG-free, Gluten-free, Preservative-free, beautiful texture, no fishiness, safe for shellfish allergic people.”
  • Best for Greens –Lee Kum Kee Premium No Preservatives Umami Rich Flavor Oyster Sauce
    “Excellent consistency, exquisite flavors, provident bank nj business login and authentic oyster taste, No preservatives.”
  • Best for Fried Rice –Lee Kum Kee Panda Red Label 18 Oz Preservative-Free Oyster Sauce
    “Affordable, robust flavors, balanced sweet and umami taste, preservative-free.”
  • Best Low Sodium –Wok Mei Low-Sodium Non-MSG Oyster Sauce
    “Certified gluten-free, low-sodium, non-MSG, GMO-free cornstarch, natural coloring agents, soy-free, compact storage.”
  • Best for Thai Food –Maekrua Thai Original For Thai Food Low Sodium Oyster Sauce
    “Low-sodium, meaty taste, subtle, wholesome, packed with Thai flavors.”
  • Best for Dipping –Wan Ja Shan Vegetarian Non-MSG Mushroom Oyster Sauce
    “Fulfilling, no added MSG, wholesome oyster sauce substitute, safe for shellfish allergic people, value for money.”
  • Best for Stir-Fry –House of Tsang No Added MSG For Stir-Fry Oyster Sauce
    “No added MSG, low-sodium, tangy, sweet and savory, complex flavors, go-to stir-fry sauce.”
  • Best Without MSG –Dynasty No MSG Tapioca Starch Oyster Sauce
    “Corn-free, no MSG, unique flavors, versatile uses, low sodium, long shelf-life, pretty packaging, easy and compact storage.”

Best Oyster Sauce Brands Comparison Table 2021

Before getting into details about the best oyster sauce brands, let’s take a quick look at the comparison table below. It includes the essential information and features of all the introduced products to help you make an informed purchasing decision.

Top 10 Best Oyster Sauce Brands Reviews 2021

Without further ado, let’s get to the review part of the best 10 oyster sauce brands to find the one that suits your ultimate culinary uses!

1. Megachef 8.5 Oz Premium Smoked Flavor Oyster Sauce

(Best Overall)

Megachef 8.5 Oz Premium Smoked Flavor Oyster Sauce

Made from real oysters freshly caught off the Gulf of Thailand, Megachef Oyster Sauce surpasses other brands with its exquisite flavors. Its flavor profile is a harmonic blend of smoky woods, earthy, sweetness, and saltiness.

The sauce is packed with Thai flavors, so you’ll have the chance to bring more of the essence of Thai cuisine to the meals. It compliments all stir-fries, braises, and marinade; it truly adds an enchanting dimension to all kinds of dishes. 

Key Features:

  • Most complex flavors
  • Concentrated to a dark and syrupy texture
  • Well-packaged in a luxurious, elegant golden bottle
  • Contain iodine, which benefits children’s development

Pros

  • It contains no MSG
  • Gluten-free product
  • All-natural colors and flavors for healthy cooking
  • Much richer than other oyster sauce but far less salty
  • There is no overwhelming smell coming out when you open it
  • The sauce livens up any vegetable dishes
  • Multi-purpose sauce

Cons

  • I wish it came in a large volume

Product Specification:

BrandMegachef
Type of containerGlass
Serving size18g
Number of serving26
Calories25
Fat0g
Sodium670mg
Carbohydrate4.6g
Sugar3.6g
Protein0.5g

2. Kikkoman Red Label Pre-Thickened Low-Carb Oyster Sauce

(Best Budget)

Kikkoman Red Label Pre-thickened Low-Carb Oyster Sauce

Next on this list is the oyster-flavored sauce from Kikkoman, a budget option for a cheap yet delicious meal. It is no less delicious than other higher-priced oyster sauce brands.

What’s more, the authentic oyster flavors are what keeps you coming back for it. Kikkoman applies the unique slow-cooking process to get the most flavors out of the fresh, well-nourished oysters. 

The premium taste and texture allow seasoning and cooking to be easier than ever. Don’t hesitate to go on a wild spree of cooking with this versatile product; feel free to throw it in a bunch of Asian-inspired recipes and see it work miracles.

Key Features:

  • Made with sunbelt rentals north carolina finest extract from fresh oysters
  • A product from a reputed and trusted company
  • Flavor profile: sweet and savory, balanced
  • Pre-thickened and packaged in a can

Pros

  • Come in large volume
  • Convenient for multiple cooking purposes
  • Low-carb (only 5 per tablespoon)
  • Well-packaged for compact storage
  • Value for the money

Cons

  • Contain gluten and added MSG

Product Specification:

BrandKikkoman
Type of containerPlastic
Serving size18g
Number of serving126
Calories20
Fat0g
Sodium800 mg
Carbohydrate5g
Sugar4g
Protein0g

3. Kikkoman Vegetarian MSG-Free No Preservatives Oyster Sauce

(Best For Vegans)

Kikkoman Vegetarian MSG-free No Preservatives Oyster Sauce

Kikkoman vegetarian oyster sauce is a beautiful combination of soy sauce and flavor enhancers that works as the ultimate vegan version of oyster sauce, that is, unless you are soy-allergic.

Another thing that I love about it is that it is not fishy at all. It is the perfect choice for those wanting to have a taste of oyster sauce but still hesitant about the strange flavor.

A tablespoon of Kikkoman oyster sauce is zero-fat, so it is also the perfect choice for those on a diet but still want a healthy and delicious meal. It’s just a clever idea to dress a spoon of viscous sauce on plain vegetables and enjoy the booming of flavors.

Key Features:

  • Certified kosher product
  • Preservative-free
  • Contain no MSG
  • No high fructose corn syrup

Pros

  • Pre-thickened and ready to use
  • Thick and glistening sauce with a dark color that adds a glazing western security bank online banking on food
  • The lee kum kee oyster sauce is suited for American taste
  • Well-balanced flavors that go well with various dishes
  • Perfectly sealed glass package for easy handling and neat storage

Cons

  • I hope it comes in a large volume

Product Specification:

BrandKikkoman
Type of containerGlass
Serving size19g
Number of serving19
Calories30
Fat0g
Sodium830 mg
Carbohydrate7g
Sugar7g
Protein0g

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Watch this video: Comparing Kikkoman Regular vs. Gluten Free Oyster Flavored Sauce

4. Lee Kum Kee Premium No Preservatives Umami Rich Flavor Oyster Sauce

(Best For Greens)

Lee Kum Kee Premium No Preservatives Umami Rich Flavor Oyster Sauce

Lee Kum Kee Premium Oyster Sauce is sought-after for its deep, intense, savory flavors that other brands cannot match, and its beautiful glossy look adds delight to the eye.

This oyster sauce allows you to make hundreds of Asian dishes that are no less delectable than what you get in an Asian restaurant. You can use it as an all-purpose seasoning in stir-fries or marinate meat and poultry.

A few drizzles on vegetables like bok choy, broccoli, or asparagus would also be a wholesome way to enjoy this sauce. You’ll enjoy eating more. It is better to keep extra on hand so you will never crave its taste!

Key Features:

  • Packaged in a glass bottle
  • Made by the well-known and long-history company
  • Manufactured from the most refined oyster extract
  • Come with a pack of 2 for more uses

Pros

  • Authentic oyster taste
  • A compliment to Asian styled dishes
  • You can add it to non-Asian wells fargo business customer service for a boost of umami
  • No preservatives added- enjoy it with peace of mind
  • It contains no soy, so it’s completely safe for soy allergic people
  • Affordable price
  • Securely packaged

Cons

  • The bottle is a bit narrow, so you may need a knife to get the sauce out

Product Specification:

BrandLee Kum Kee
Type of containerGlass
Serving size19g
Number of serving26
Calories25
Fat0g
Sodium830 mg
Carbohydrate6g
Sugar4g
Protein1g

5. Lee Kum Kee Panda Red Label 18 Oz Preservative-free Oyster Sauce

(Best For Fried Rice)

Lee Kum Kee Panda Red Label 18 Oz Preservative-free Oyster Sauce

Have you ever wondered what lies behind the amazing-tasting Asian fried rice? Fifth third auto loan customer service phone number got the answer right here – Lee Kum Kee Panda Brand Red Label Oyster Sauce. It is another best-selling product from Lee Kum Kee.

It’s hard to get a bottle of oyster sauce with that same high amount of oyster extract, so it is not exaggerating to say this one is the best umami oyster sauce you can ever find.

Plus, you don’t need to add any spices; the sauce is already an all-purpose seasoning in its own right. If you are new and don’t know what to do with it, I suggest adding it to fried rice, and you’ll be amazed at the taste. 

Key Features:

  • Packaged in a glass bottle
  • No added preservatives
  • Contain no soy
  • Made primarily from carefully selected oyster

Pros

  • A high amount of oyster extract produces an unbeatable, robust, and authentic flavor
  • Flexible culinary uses
  • Arrive in bubble wrap, no damages or spillage
  • The bottle is thick and easy to hold
  • Easy storage
  • You can choose a pack of 1,2,3 or 4, depending on your needs

Cons

  • The bottle has a long and narrow neck, so you need to shake it to get some sauce out.
  • Contain MSG

Product Specification:

BrandLee Kum Kee
Type of containerGlass
Serving size18g
Number of serving28
Calories25
Fat0g
Sodium850 mg
Carbohydrate6g
Sugar4g
Protein0g

6. Wok Mei Low-Sodium Non-MSG Oyster Sauce Brand

(Best Low Sodium)

Wok Mei Low-Sodium Non-MSG Oyster Sauce

Wok Mei Gluten-free Oyster sauce is undoubtedly the best gluten-free, natural, and wholesome product ever. Why does it deserve to be the best gluten-free oyster sauce? Let’s find out!

This sauce impresses me with its all-natural ingredients. It is a real challenge to find an oyster sauce brand that labels non-MSG, gluten-free, non-GMO cornstarch, and natural caramel color in one bottle, but this one meets all these standards.

One tablespoon of Wok Mei Oyster sauce contains only 340 mg sodium, very low compared to the average sodium content of 700-900 mg from other brands; you can use it as a sodium-reduced version.

Key Features:

  • A pack contains two jars, each of 8 Oz
  • Produced with natural oyster extract
  • Certified tested gluten-free
  • Non-GMO cornstarch, so there is no concern about GMO risks

Pros

  • Natural caramel color and sweet taste from dried cane syrup
  • Lots of uses: meat and poultry marinade, stir-fries and gravies seasoning, BBQ sauce, etc.
  • The sauce is contained in a big jar, so it is easier to get the sauce out
  • A small jar fits in your fridge perfectly for compact storage

Cons

  • Glass jar need handling with care

Product Specification:

BrandWok Mei
Type of containerGlass
Serving size18g
Number of serving13
Calories25
Fat0g
Sodium340mg
Carbohydrate6g
Sugar5g
Protein0g

7. Maekrua Thai Original For Thai Food Low Sodium Oyster Sauce

(Best For Thai Food)

Maekrua Thai Original For Thai Food Low Sodium Oyster Sauce

If you have fallen in love with Thai cuisine and want to deliver the full soul of Thai food to your cooking, then you must check out this product. Maekrua Oyster Sauce is known as Thailand’s most recognized and loved oyster sauce product.

It brings to the table a full-featured product. A tablespoon only contains 500 mg sodium but is still packed with pronounced flavors that add zing to your meal.

The sauce is incredibly delicious and delivers premium complex flavors because a stunning 30% of its content is oyster extract! I daresay that this one has the most oyster extract of all oyster sauce brands the citizens bank routing number the market.

Key Features:

  • High-quality oyster extract
  • A pack of two bottles, a total of 22 Fl Oz
  • Produced by the prominent Thai sauce-making company

Pros

  • It is an excellent choice for all seasoning purposes, especially in Asian stir-fries and soups.
  • It delivers authentic Thai flavors, which is different from Chinese taste
  • Not fishy and smelly at all
  • Contain low carb
  • A pack of two bottles promises months of happy uses and delicious dishes
  • Good value for money

Cons

  • Contain soy and a little preservative
  • It is a bit hard to get the sauce out when the content is nearly finished up

Product Specification:

BrandMaekrua
Type of containerGlass
Serving size15g
Number of serving20
Calories10
Fat0g
Sodium500 mg
Carbohydrate3g
Sugar2g
Protein0g

8. Wan Ja Shan Vegetarian Non-MSG Mushroom Oyster Sauce

(Best For Dipping)

Wan Ja Shan Vegetarian Non-MSG Mushroom Oyster Sauce

If you are allergic to shellfish but do not wish to exclude hearty oyster sauce flavors from your daily meals, then this brand is just for you! Wa Ja Shan Vegetarian Oyster Sauce is a wholesome oyster sauce replacement, and it’s made with naturally brewed soy sauce.

Despite being a vegan version, it still impresses consumers with a similar taste to oyster sauce, umami, earthy, and rich from shiitake mushroom. They don’t taste much different from other brands of oyster sauce.

This versatile sauce serves all culinary purposes, including dipping, stir-frying, or marinating beautifully. It adds delight to tons of dishes such as tofu, vegetables, and meat. Plus, the sauce comes in a massive bottle, so you can expect it to last for a long while.

Key Features:

  • 100% naturally brewed sauce from oyster and shiitake mushroom
  • Non-GMO ingredients
  • No MSG

Pros

  • Despite being an oyster-flavored sauce, it has a thick consistency, just like other oyster sauce brands.
  • It is the go-to for shellfish-allergic people.
  • Promote healthy cooking and lifestyle
  • This is a huge bottle for longer use
  • Pretty low sodium content (about 550mg sodium/ tbsp)
  • The plastic lid seals the bottle tightly, yet it is also easier to open

Cons

  • Not for soy allergic lee kum kee oyster sauce Specification:

    BrandWa Ja Shan
    Type of containerPlastic
    Serving size15g
    Number of serving66
    Calories35
    Fat0g
    Sodium550 mg
    Carbohydrate7g
    Sugar5g
    Protein1g

    9. House of Tsang No Added MSG For Stir-Fry Oyster Sauce

    (Best For Stir-Fry)

    House of Tsang No Added MSG For Stir-Fry Oyster Sauce

    Oyster sauce alone indeed is enough to boost flavors of stir-fried dishes, but if you need a step up in flavors or simply crave something novel, this is the perfect thing for you.

    What is unique about this House of Tsang product is its much more complex flavors created by subtle notes of sherry wine and onion powder. There is no need for additional seasoning; this sauce does all the magic and carries your simple stir-fried to another level.

    And it still bears some authentic oyster sauce flavors, sweetness, and umami combined gracefully. Try it with plain vegetables, meat, tofu, mushrooms, etc., in stir-fries, or even use it as marinade or dipping sauce; there are absolutely no limits of use with this fantastic product.

    Key Features:

    • Contain No MSG
    • Less than 2% caramel color
    • The product is built for authentic Asian flavors, and it centers on the signature flavors of Hong Kong’s food

    Pros

    • More complex flavors with added spices
    • Thick and viscous texture compliments all types of stir-fries
    • Pretty low sodium content (600 mg/ tbsp)
    • You can pour out the sauce easily and quickly as the neck is wider and shorter
    • Beautiful packaging, easy to store
    • All information is in English!

    Cons

    • Not suitable for people with gluten intolerance and soy allergy
    • A tbsp contains a bit more carbs (7g) than other brands

    Product Specification:

    BrandHouse of Tsang
    Type of containerGlass
    Serving size18g
    Number of serving19
    Calories30
    Fat0g
    Sodium600 mg
    Carbohydrate7g
    Sugar6g
    Protein0g

    10. Dynasty No MSG Tapioca Starch Oyster Sauce

    (Best Without MSG)

    Dynasty No MSG Tapioca Starch Oyster Sauce

    Are you looking for a natural oyster sauce with no MSG? Then you should check out this oyster sauce brand from Dynasty. The sauce is created from the authentic juice extracted from high-quality oysters; it is a bloom of flavors and delivers a delectable umami taste.

    An outstanding feature of this oyster sauce is the fishy taste which excellently complements the base of sweetness and savoriness. Plus, it’s from Malaysia, and that means it’s a world of difference from Thai or Taiwanese brands.

    And don’t you worry, the fishy taste is delightful, unlike the heavy fishiness that spoils your appetite. You can use it in various Asian dishes such as wontons, potstickers, rice, noodles, etc.

    Key Features:

    • A pack of two, each contains 9 Fl Oz sauce
    • A corn-free product for corn allergic people
    • Packaged in a beautiful glass bottle
    • All-purpose seasoning in stir-fries, soup; dipping sauces, and marinade

    Pros

    • Oyster extract as the main ingredient
    • Unique flavors: fishy, savory, and sweet
    • Each tablespoon contains only 610 mg of sodium for healthy cooking
    • Low sugar content
    • Convenient storage
    • The bottle shale makes it easy to get the blackberry key2 le uk out, just hold and tip, it will ooze out quickly

    Cons

    • A bit pricey, but I guarantee the flavors are all worth the money

    Product Specification:

    BrandDynasty
    Type of containerGlass
    Serving size15 ml
    Number of serving14
    Calories30
    Fat0g
    Sodium750 mg
    Carbohydrate7g
    Sugar6g
    Protein0g

    What To Consider When Purchasing Oyster Sauce In 2021

    Now you need to know how to pick the best oyster sauce brands from various products out there. Here are some helpful guides to help you purchase the one that satisfies your needs.

    Non-MSG

    MSG or monosodium glutamate is a synthetic flavor enhancer that is used widely to imitate the umami taste. Some brands include it in their ingredient labels, as added MSG. However, there are still some health concerns surrounding the use of synthetic MSG.

    Still, a small percentage of people may have short-term reactions to MSG, and they may have symptoms of headache, flush, nausea, etc., but they are mild and disappear shortly afterward.

    Still, it is classified as generally safe by the U.S Foods and Drug Administration, so if you do not bother with the controversies, there’s no need to avoid it.

    It’s worth mentioning that some ingredients found in oyster sauce contain natural MSG ( yeast extract and soy extract) but in a tiny amount and do not cause health concerns.

    Oyster Extract Vs. Oyster Flavor

    There are two main oyster sauce products in the market: real oyster sauce and oyster-flavored sauce.

    Real oyster sauce is made from oyster extract, which is the broth of cooked oyster sauce. It is phone number for google gmail customer service lifeblood of many oyster sauces, as it makes the authentic flavors of traditional oyster sauce: briny, earthy, umami, and rich.

    When people pay a pretty penny for oyster sauce, this is what they expect to get.

    However, oyster sauce is not always the ideal choice, and this is the case for shellfish allergy people and vegetarians. They opt to look for oyster-flavored sauce, which is usually made from shiitake or oyster mushroom to resemble the briny and earthy flavors.

    And trust me, the flavors and texture are no less wonderful compared to real oyster sauce, and these versions are usually less salty and don’t contain added MSG, so it is a healthier choice.

    In general, your choice to go with oyster extract or oyster-flavored sauce depends on your own needs; just find the product that suits you best!

    Sodium Content

    Oyster sauce makes everything delicious with a few spoonfuls, which is undeniable. But the fact that it contains a too high amount of sodium may talk people out of purchasing it.

    According to Dietary Guidelines for Americans, adults should limit sodium intake to less than 2.300 mg per day, which means about 3 tablespoons of oyster sauce. Overconsumption of sodium for a long time will lead to heart diseases and kidney ailments.

    But if you cannot resist the taste and have a tendency to go overboard, it’s better to choose the brands with less sodium content.

    Non-GMO Ingredient

    Some brands take great pride in their products with non-GMO ingredients, mainly non-GMO cornstarch or soybeans, as it proves waterfront homes for sale in conway south carolina much they are concerned with customers’ health.

    GMOs or genetically modified organisms have long been put at the center of heated debate in the scientific world.

    There are growing concerns that the use of GMO products aids the progression of cancer, while there is no human evidence that directly ties to that statement. Also, the spread of GMO crops has increased some environmental problems.

    Allergy Information

    Whenever you purchase food products, it is essential to consult the allergy information carefully. All allergic information is listed on the label, in bold warnings.

    Sometimes it’s a real nuisance for those having an allergy to shellfish, as it limits them from the pleasure of enjoying the wonderful taste of seafood and their products, including oyster sauce. 

    Still, there are various vegan oyster sauce brands that are totally safe for shellfish allergic people but carry similar complex and exquisite flavors of oyster sauce.

    A lot of oyster sauce brands include yeast extract, wheat flour as ingredients in their products, and these are off-limits to people with gluten intolerance. If you are one of those, make sure to read the label well and avoid products that contain wheat and yeast.

    Cornstarch is undeniably the most widely used thickening agent in making commercial oyster sauce. As a result, it is off-limits for people having a corn allergy. Instead, they can buy corn-free products.

    Some brands use soy sauce to enhance the flavors in their products, mainly in an attempt to create a more healthy, natural vegan version of oyster sauce or sometimes to add depth to the flavors. But if you have a soy allergy, it’s better to avoid those products.

    How To Use An Oyster Sauce?

    Now that you have all the information on the best oyster sauce brands, you may need to know how to make the most use of this wonderful sauce.

    Stir-Fry & Seasoning

    Seasoning in cooking, especially in stir-fries, is inarguably the building block of Asian cuisines. Oyster sauce’s complex and subtle flavors are everything you need to bring out a dish that tastes like chef-made food.

    If you are in need of a quick guide of making chicken with vegetable stir-fry using oyster sauce, this is a gift for you. Watch this video:

    Watch this video: Another Super Easy Chinese Chicken w/ Onions in Oyster Sauce

    Marinades

    Marination is the secret to making meat dishes wonderful. It eliminates strong, unpleasant odors, adding the eye-appealing characteristic to the dish. Oyster sauce is a major part of the beautiful Asian-inspired marinades and concoction.

    Let’s see how marinating meat with oyster sauce will carry your dish to a new level:

    Watch this video: My Fav Ways To Use Oyster Sauce

    Dipping

    Dipping sauces has been an essential means to a better fulfilling dish, as it adds depth to the plate. Little do you know, a lee kum kee oyster sauce sauce is considered a must-have in Asian cuisine.

    Although oyster sauce seldomly serves as dips, it is a quick way to make a dipping sauce, but make sure to make some adjustments to alleviate the saltiness.

    A mixture of oyster sauce, honey, fresh ginger, and a pinch of sesame seed will make a perfect accompaniment for various dishes like dumplings, beef, chicken, etc.

    Let’s learn the best way to make a dipping sauce that people can say no to it. Watch this video:

    Watch this video: Oyster Sauce for Chinese Fried Chicken

    FAQs

    To further your investigation into the best oyster sauce brands, I have gathered some of the most frequently asked questions surrounding this topic.

    Is Oyster Sauce The Same As Hoisin Sauce?

    It’s a big No. Hoisin sauce is completely different from the oyster sauce; it is made from fermented soybean and five spices, sometimes known as the Asian equivalent of BBQ sauce. Lee kum kee oyster sauce sauce has prevalent sweetness, very little umami, and savoriness.

    While the flavors do not match, they can be used interchangeably for some culinary purposes, such as marinating and dipping.

    What's The Difference Between Oyster Sauce And Soy Sauce?

    Oyster sauce is essentially vicious, packed with pronounced earthy and umami flavors, and it is made out of oyster broth, or at least contains oyster extract, so it carries a suntrust bank routing number tn of brininess that no soy sauce can match.

    Meanwhile, soy sauce is thin, watery, and has less complex flavors. Its flavor profile is tangy and salty, with a subtle hint of fresh leaves or green beans.

    Yes, if you don’t over-consume it.

    Yes, oyster sauce is halal food as it contains seafood, which is dictated as halal to eat in Muslims.

    Is Oyster Sauce Good For Diabetes?

    No. People with type 2 diabetes should cut down on sodium intake, as it may cause blood pressure spikes.

    Is Oyster Sauce Fishy Like Fish Sauce?

    No. High-quality oyster sauce does not have a fishy and funky smell like in the fish sauce.

    My Top Pick

    My final choice of the best oyster sauce brands is the Megachef 8.5 Oz Premium Smoked Flavor Oyster Sauce. Non-MSG, gluten-free, natural colors and flavors, all combined in one beautiful sauce, this is too good to be true for me.

    And the taste is exceptionally flattering to my taste buds. I added it to some of my favorite Asian dishes like chicken cashew and bok choy, and I’ve decided to stock several packs in my pantry. I really cannot imagine how I can enjoy my meals without this magic.

    Another oyster sauce brand I think you should try is the Kikkoman Red Label Pre-Thickened Low-Carb Oyster Sauce, which also boasts exceptional flavors and promises limitless culinary uses.

    I hope this post has provided you with everything you need. Hopefully, it will be a helpful aid for you when you are in need of oyster sauce. If you have any thoughts, don’t hesitate to comment below. And don’t forget to share this with your family and friends!

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Lee Kum Kee Premium Oyster Flavored Sauce is specially made from the finest premium selected oyster extract. With its rich oyster taste, this all-purpose seasoning sauce enhances the taste and appearance of any dish. Use 1 tbsp per pound of meat, seafood, vegetables, pasta, or rice to add deep, delicious flavor to your dishes.


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Char Siu (叉燒) - Chinese BBQ Pork

What are the best cuts of pork for char siu?

My dad uses pork butt, also known as "Boston butt” or "pork shoulder”, and this seems to be among the most popular cuts for char siu.

It’s ideal to use more fatty cuts, so some other options would is there a 24 hour number for regions bank the pork neck end or pork belly. 

Should you use red food coloring?

If you’re committed to getting that vibrant red exterior, a lot of traditional recipes will use ingredients like red fermented bean curd or red yeast rice powder.

An easy alternative is just to use red food coloring, which doesn’t affect the taste. 

For almost all of our recipes, we film everything twice just to have more camera angles, so for this one, we made a batch with half a teaspoon of red food coloring and a batch without it. 

For comparison, you can see what both versions look like after they’ve been cooked and chopped. They both taste the exact same, which is to say, they’re absolutely amazing. 

On red fermented bean curd

Also known as "lam yuh" in Cantonese, this ingredient can seem a little exotic and off-putting if you're not familiar with it (like me.)

My dad uses it in a lot of dishes, and it's one of the core ingredients in this particular char siu recipe.

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On five spice powder

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The number 5 doesn’t necessarily literally mean that it has 5 ingredients, as some blends use less spices, and some blends use way more than 5 ingredients.

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Equipment you'll need

To make char siu, you’ll need a few things:

This is optional, but you might also want to use a meat thermometer that allows you to monitor the internal temperature of the pork as it’s cooking.

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