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 What is the name of this sauce used in chinese restaurants?

Answer It's called General Tso's chicken sauce, no kidding, and it's an American Chinese recipe.
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What is the duck sauce used for when eating at chinese restaurants?

I use it for the fried noodles, but my daughter uses it for her eggroll.
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Is that Rooster sauce that you find in restaurants Chinese or Vietnamese in origin?

the style of sauce is Thai. The specific Huy Fong brand is produced in the USA by a ethnically Chinese guy from Vietnam.... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sriracha_sa…
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Do you like Chinese food I used to buy my Chinese food from this place in manhattan.?

To many people never come in to claim their orders and that's one way to eliminate wasted food. It's not odd but good sense. Not really just some odd people working at my favorite restaurant.
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Recipe for Har Gow - Chinese Shrimp Dumplings. (Similar to the ones at Dim Sum in chinese restaurants?

HAR GOW filling: shrimp dumplingsIngredients:1 lb fresh shrimp, peeled and deveined (cut in smaller pieces)1 Tablespoon Xiao sing wine, (or dry sherry)1 small can water chestnuts, drained and fine... Read More »
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