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Can be made ahead of time.
1. Whisk the sugar into the vinegar in a small bowl until dissolved.
2. Working over the bowl, push the chile-bean paste through a fine mesh strainer to remove the rough solids. Collect any paste that has caught on the underside of the strainer and whisk it into the bowl. Whisk in the remaining ingredients. You may make this sauce in advance, but whisk again before serving.
Chile-bean paste is a Chinese specialty that works wonderfully well in this dipping sauce. My favorite brand is Lee Kum Kee; other brands I’ve used are Lan Chi and Oriental Mascot. Lee Kum Kee is widely distributed. Check the ethnic foods section of grocery stores.
Nutritional information is based on 12 servings, but does not include Dashi. For nutritional information on Dashi, please follow the link above.
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