Sweet & Sour Sauce


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Sweet and Sour Sauce

  • Author: Great Eastern Sun
  • Yield: About 1½ Cups 1x


This delicious Sweet and Sour Sauce, features two of our Emperor’s Kitchen favorites, Emperor’s Kitchen Traditional Kuzu, Emperor’s Kitchen Organic Pureed Ginger and sweetened with our Sweet Cloud Organic Brown Rice Syrup. It’s fast and easy, and is the perfect blend of flavors. Enjoy it over veggies with rice or noodles for that extra zing!




Slowly add pineapple juice to kuzu, breaking up any lumps in the kuzu until dissolved. Add the remaining ingredients, whisk until well blended, and heat in saucepan over medium-low heat until thickened.

  • Category: Sauces & Gravies
  • Cuisine: Asian

Emperor's Kitchen Organic Pureed Ginger 4.5 ozEmperor’s Kitchen Organic Pureed Ginger

Emperor’s Kitchen Organic Pureed Ginger has a creamy texture and is terrific in sauces,dips, salad dressings,
baked goods (ginger cookies, cakes, pies, scones, muffins and puddings), drinks, stir-fries, sautés, marinades.

  • Convenience without sacrificing quality
  • Same powerful flavor and aroma as fresh
  • No fuss, no mess, no household odors
  • Home cooked meals quickly & easily
  • No tedious clean-up

USDA Organic | Gluten-Free

Purchase Emperor’s Kitchen Organic Pureed Ginger at your local organic market or for home delivery buy from our Great Eastern Sun Online Market HERE > 

Emperor's Kitchen Organic Kuzu 3 oz

Emperor’s Kitchen Organic Kuzu

Emperor’s Kitchen Organic Kuzu is harvested and processed in the labor-intensive traditional way, which takes place beginning in December when the roots are swollen with starch. The roots are dug by hand, the starch is separated from the fibrous roots by repeated washing and straining, and the resulting mash is air-dried for sixty days. In a good year, the roots will have only 13% extractable starch. Kuzu is used much like cornstarch or arrowroot to thicken gravies and sauces, naturally.

USDA Organic | Non-GMO








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