Definitions for "Hoisin Sauce"
A Chinese sauce used for stir fries. Available in most supermarkets, healthfood shops or delicatessens.
A thick, red-brown sauce which is sweet and spicy. Hoisin is a mixture of soybeans, garlic, chile peppers and spices, and is used as a flavoring agent for many meat, poultry and fish dishes.
Also known as Peking sauce. A reddish-brown sweet and spicy Chinese sauce reminiscent of barbecue sauce. It is made from soybeans and peppers and can be found in the Asian section of most grocery stores. Back to the top