What is a replacement for Worcestershire sauce?

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Campbell's suggests substituting 2 teaspoons of soy sauce, 1/4 teaspoon each of lemon juice and sugar and a dash of hot pepper sauce for each tablespoon of Worcestershire sauce in the recipe.

Worcestershire sauce, developed by the British during their occupation of India, is one of the trickier sauces to substitute for because of its complex mix of flavorings. Commercial preparations vary, but the original recipe called for malt vinegar mixed with molasses, sugar, salt, spirit vinegar, anchovies, tamarind extract, garlic, onions, spices and other flavorings, including pickles, peppers, soy sauce, cloves and lemons. This mixture is then fermented in oak barrels for three months or more.

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Worcestershire sauce is a blend of many ingredients that add a savory flavor to recipes, sauces and marinades. The sauce typically contains anchovies, onions, garlic, water, vinegar
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Worcestershire sauce is an unusual liquid condiment, but if I had to substitute it with anything I would go with soy sauce. Just look at the ingredients and see if you can find anything
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Though not as complex, you could substitute soy sauce for Worcestershire sauce.
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The replacement I use most often for Worcestershire sauce is soy sauce or oyster sauce with a few drops of Tabasco sauce added. The Tabasco gives the soy or oyster sauce a little
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How to Replace Worcestershire Sauce
Worcestershire sauce is a blend of many ingredients that add a savory flavor to recipes, sauces and marinades. The sauce typically contains anchovies, onions, garlic, water, vinegar, molasses, salt, sugar or corn syrup, tamarind, cloves and chili... More »
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