Chinese Brown Sauce http://doreenskitchen.com/ChineseBrownSauce.html While it's preferable to use pan drippings from beef, pork, chicken or seafood to make this sauce, sometimes that is not always possible.This is a way to make JUST the Chinese Brown Sauce, especially if you're putting it over steamed or sauteed veggies or rice, tofu, etc. If you make a larger batch, this sauce freezes well.
This was super easy and tastes awesome. I substituted mild sherry cooking wine and also only used 1/2 the soy( it was reduced sodium). It was still a little salty.---All-Purpose Stir-Fry Sauce Brown Garlic Sauce) Recipe - Food.com
So many people don't attempt making asian dishes because the sauces are too complex. Here is a list of sauces you can make without stress. I have listed them in the "Directions" sections so as to not copy/paste so many times. :)