I need to use Worcestershire sauce as an as alternative for Soy Sauce

The recipe calls for 3 tbsp Soy Sauce. Will Worcestershire sauce exchange 1 to 1



Sharon August 6, 2020
Gee, that's a tough one to answer out of the clear blue. Would have to not only know exactly WHAT you're cooking, but actually TASTE IT to be able to answer that question. Sometimes it's best to just omit an ingredient altogether, rather than try to replace it. You might consider that.
Robin J. July 26, 2020
I use either Coconut Aminos or Bragg Liquid Aminos as a substitute for soy sauce. They can be used 1:1.
Kim E. July 26, 2020
I’m curious about the reason you want to substitute. Soy sauce really bothers my stomach, so I try to avoid it at sushi restaurants, etc. But I would LOVE to know of a substitute. If any one has suggestions about that, please pass along.
Nancy June 29, 2020
Substitutions I've seen and used for Worcestershire sauce are roughly 1/3 each salty (like soy sauce), sweet (tamarind, pomegranate or date syrup) and sour (vinegar or citrus juice).
In a pinch, for the fruit you could use some mashed up fresh fruit like apple or pear.
Nancy June 29, 2020
Oops. Read your question backwards.
HalfPint June 29, 2020
Worcestershire sauce is has a salty/sour flavor. Depending on what you are cooking, it might not be a 1:1 exchange. What is the recipe?
CookingDad09 June 29, 2020
I mistyped the recipe calls for 2tbsp, not 3, this is what I'm wanting to make: https://thefrugalgirls.com/2013/04/crockpot-orange-chicken-recipe.html
HalfPint June 29, 2020
Given the bbq sauce and orange marmalade, go ahead and substitute 2 TB Worcestershire sauce for the soy sauce. Maybe add 1 tsp salt, too. Let us know how it comes out.
CookingDad09 June 29, 2020
Thank you for your answer... I'll post how it turns out.
Lori T. June 29, 2020
It rather depends on what you are making. Worcestershire sauce is a salty fermented sauce, but it also contains a lot of other ingredients that are not found in soy sauce. 3 tablespoons worth could easily change the flavor profile of your dish entirely, especially if you are making something like a marinade for an Oriental style dish. It also tends to be saltier as well. So it would not likely be a good idea to substitute it in a 1:1 ratio. If you could let us know what you are making, it would be easier to give you better advice.
CookingDad09 June 29, 2020
I mistyped the recipe calls for just 2 tbsp: This is the link to the recipe that I want to make
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