Kikkoman Sweet & Sour Sauce, 12 oz
- Kikkoman Brand
- Net Wt. 11.5 oz.
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Water, sugar, naturally brewed soy sauce(water, wheat, soybeans, salt), vinegar, modified food starch, tomatoes, pinapple concentrate, onion powder, carmine(color), green bell pepper flakes, sodium benzoate(lesso than 1/10 of 1% as a preservative), citric acid, garlic powder, disodium inosinate, disocium guanylate, red pepper.
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Top Customer Reviews
As soon as I opened the bottle at home, I knew something was wrong. This stuff has a texture and viscosity between that of ketchup and a thick barbecue sauce. And the smell .... yikes. Checking the ingredients, it not only has soy, as other reviewers have noted, but also *onion* and *garlic* ... neither of which as sweet nor sour!
I tried it anyway .... and was instantly very sorry, having ruined a bowl of my otherwise excellent dish.
Some may like this with fish, as an alternative to cocktail sauce. It may in truth be closer to traditional Asian sauces, I wouldn't know. As I said above, this simply has no relation to what a typical consumer has come to think of as sweet and sour.
Other reviewers here recommend La Choy. It must be good, as it is always out on store shelves here.
So, if you're looking for simple sweet and sour in a pinch, empty a small can of pineapple juice into a bowl, add ketchup to desired color and taste, and then add sugar and or honey, a tablespoon at a time, stirring and tasting until you find the right balance. Heat it, stir it, cool it, voilà, great homemade approximation of restaurant sweet and sour!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Second what the reviewers had to say here. I wanted to get something similar to what they serve at Chinese restaurants. Read morePublished on July 28, 2011 by D. Jackson
When I went to pick out a sweet and sour sauce instead of buying a brand I wasn't familiar with, I bought Kikkoman. Read morePublished on February 25, 2010 by perdantasterx