Hoisin sauce is a flavorful Asian sauce that is traditionally made with sesame oil as one of the ingredients. If you lack Hoisin sauce in your pantry but want to achieve a similar flavor, simply start with your sesame oil and add a few ingredients that you most likely already have. In a 2-tbsp. serving, store-bought Hoisin sauce contains 100 calories, 1,060 mg of sodium and 20 g of sugar. It also contains additives including acetic acid, red 40 coloring and preservatives. You can avoid some of the unhealthy aspects of this sauce by making it at home.
2 tsp. of sesame oil into a small bowl as the base of the Hoisin sauce.
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