I have more small freezer in the world. Seriously, I think so. I have to make a choice between ice and ice. You can not have both. And I'll let you guess which one wins often … Needless to say, he can not keep many things in the freezer at one time and often have "clean outs" where meals around what to do there. The other day when I was digging in my freezer, there I found a Thai Vegetable Gyoza bag of Trader Joe's that were hogging too much space. I decided to do, along with some form of shrimp. Lazy (or um … creative? Rather vague …) I wanted to use a sauce for both. I found this and it was fantastic. You can use this as a sauce for gyoza or even use spring rolls. I thickened some casting in a skillet over high heat and used it to coat shrimp. It would be great with chicken, shrimp, scallops o. In general, very versatile and very tasty. You can also use the heat level more or less spicy salsa!
Source: Adapted Food.com
2 tbsp. Soy sauce low sodium
3 tbsp. Rice wine vinegar
1 tbsp. chile sauce in Asia
1 tbsp. Sugar
Sesame seeds or chopped green onions for garnish, optional
1 – Place all ingredients in a bowl, mix well until sugar dissolves.