Definition of 'soy sauce'
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Sprinkle each with the spring onion before seasoning with the soy sauce and hot sesame oil. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Finish by pouring in the soy sauce and serve hot. The Sun (2016)Mix together the soy sauce and brown sugar and pour over the steak. The Sun (2012)Chicken and pears is a strange sounding combination that works surprisingly well when salty soy sauce is added to the mix. Times, Sunday Times (2014)And skip the salty soy sauce - flavour with ginger and wasabi instead. The Sun (2012)Whisk together the orange juice, soy sauce and white wine vinegar, then pour over the meat. The Sun (2015)Check the seasoning; you may need to add ½ tsp salt, depending on how salty the soy sauce is. Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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Translations for 'soy sauce'
British English: soy sauce /sɔɪ sɔːs/ NOUN
Soy sauce is a dark brown liquid made from soya beans and used as a flavouring, especially in Chinese cooking.
- American English: soy sauce
- Arabic: صَلْصَةُ صُويَا
- Brazilian Portuguese: molho de soja
- Chinese: 酱油
- Croatian: umak od soje
- Czech: sójová omáčka
- Danish: sojasovs
- Dutch: ketjap
- European Spanish: salsa de soja
- Finnish: soijakastike
- French: sauce soja
- German: Sojasoße
- Greek: σάλτσα σόγιας
- Italian: salsa di soia
- Japanese: 醤油
- Korean: 간장 식품
- Norwegian: soyasaus
- Polish: sos sojowy
- European Portuguese: molho de soja
- Romanian: sos de soia
- Russian: соевый соус
- Spanish: salsa de soya
- Swedish: sojasås
- Thai: น้ำซีอิ้ว
- Turkish: soya sosu
- Ukrainian: соєвий соус
- Vietnamese: tương
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