Hoisin



/ˌhɔɪˈsɪn/
noun
1.
(in Chinese cookery) a sweet spicy reddish-brown sauce made from soya beans, sugar, vinegar, and garlic Also called Peking sauce
noun

a thick sweet-and-sour sauce of soybeans, chiles, garlic, and spices, used mainly as a marinade in Chinese dishes; also called [Peking sauce]
Usage Note

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