aux vivres' dragon sauce [moved from Quebec board]
does anyone know the ingredients in aux vivres' dragon sauce? I know there is nutrional yeast but for the life of me I cannot figure out the other ingredients.
Any alternative "raw" dressings would be great too!
I hesitate to post the ingredients list... only because this sauce is amazingly good, and seems to be a secret recipe (I've googled and haven't found a dragon sauce recipe with these ingredients)
but I can tell you how I found out:
I was having brunch at the juice counter (it was a Saturday and it was packed) and the lady next to me chatted up the counter lady about the dragon bowl she just had. The counter lady pulled out a duo-tang and read out the ingredients, there are 6. One of them definitely nutri yeast. To help you on your way to figuring it out, another is maple syrup.
I suppose you could say you have a serious allergy to get the full list from them. I haven't had time to work on figuring out the proportions of the dragon sauce, but I'd also love to figure out the choco-classique smoothie too.
I tried the recipe above and it's good, but it does not taste like Aux Vivres dragon sauce... Much too much garlic (my boy friend will never kiss me agaiin), too much ginger and may be too much maple sirup. I found another recipe, from somebody who worked Aux vivres... here it is (Though I find very strange that there isn't any Tahini in there... I would add some... after tasting the original recipe, of course!)
The sweetness of this recipe compliments the tempeh and veggies quite nicely.
1/4 cup nutritional yeast
3 tbsp grapeseed or olive oil
2 tbsp. maple syrup
2 tbsp. tamari soy sauce
2 tbsp. filtered water
1 large or 2 medium cloves garlic
4631 Boul Saint-Laurent, Montreal, QC H2T1R2, CA
According to MeanSoyBean.com the ingredients are: nutritional yeast, turmeric, garlic, miso, maple syrup and flax oil, but no poportions.
Don't know if this thread is dead but here's a very good approximation of aux vivres dragon sauce that my friend shared with me:
1/2 cup nutritional yeast
1/2 cup oil
1/4 cup tamari
1/4 cup maple syrup
Ginger (~1" piece or more)
garlic (~1/2 clove or more)
thin with water if necessary
I don't know if anyone is still following this but these are the ingredients as listed on the bottle sold at the restaurant, I don't know the exact amounts but if anyone figures it out please post back.
Organic nutritional yeast
Organic wheat free tamari