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Crab Rangoon Dip ingredient question

kam

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Does anyone know more details about the Sweet & Sour sauce we are supposed to use for the Crab Rangoon Dip?

Our store had Sweet & Sour Dipping Sauce and Sweet & Sour Sauce. These are both made by Kikkoman.

One bottle says only "Kikkoman Sweet & Sour Sauce" (this one look's like one to use if stir-frying). The other bottle says "Kikkoman Dipping Sauce, Sweet & Sour".

The Dipping sauce is "pinker" and looks more like gel-like. The Stir-Fry one is thick also, but definitely browner.

If anyone can let me know which one to use, I would appreciate it!

Thanks,
Kathleen
 

missydivine

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I would use the diping sauce.
 

missydivine

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It's really good, my DH doesn't like SS sauce, so I make it for him without. It's really good!
 

TwinGirlsMom

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I use the Kikkoman Sweet & Sour Sauce.
It turns out delicious...I love this appetizer!
 

kam

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Great! I can't wait to give this one a try. Thanks!

-Kathleen
 

pamperedgirl3

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I have a different question about this dip. The recipe calls for 1/2 a package of imitation crab meat & has in parentheses 8 ounces. Does that mean I use 8 oz or I use 1/2 of it? The package itself is 8 oz & is the normal size I always see for imitation crab meat so I wasn't sure.
 

dannyzmom

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kam said:
Does anyone know more details about the Sweet & Sour sauce we are supposed to use for the Crab Rangoon Dip?

Our store had Sweet & Sour Dipping Sauce and Sweet & Sour Sauce. These are both made by Kikkoman.

One bottle says only "Kikkoman Sweet & Sour Sauce" (this one look's like one to use if stir-frying). The other bottle says "Kikkoman Dipping Sauce, Sweet & Sour".

The Dipping sauce is "pinker" and looks more like gel-like. The Stir-Fry one is thick also, but definitely browner.

If anyone can let me know which one to use, I would appreciate it!

Thanks,
Kathleen

I have no clue but had to post to tell you your cat is beautiful!
 

ljeffries

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You use 8 ounces. Most of the bags of this are 16 ounces, so that is why they said 1/2. My market actually has this in 8 ounce packages. This is one of my favorite dips!
 

pamperedgirl3

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ljeffries said:
You use 8 ounces. Most of the bags of this are 16 ounces, so that is why they said 1/2. My market actually has this in 8 ounce packages. This is one of my favorite dips!

Thanks! I wasn't sure since I've mostly only seen it in the 8 oz size.
 

kam

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I have no clue but had to post to tell you your cat is beautiful!


Dannyzmom:

Thanks! Good thing she is beautiful - 'cause she is sooo bad!!

-Kathleen
 

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