Hoisin is a fragrant Cantonese condiment made from fermented soybeans, sugar, vinegar, garlic, and traditional spices. It is commonly used as a glaze, dipping sauce, or seasoning for stir-fry dishes.
Uses: Add hoisin to a variety of foods. It is commonly eaten as a dipping sauce with rich foods such as pork belly, roasted duck, and spring rolls. Try hoisin mixed with chili crisp or sriracha as a sauce for hot pot or pho.