Fly by Jing

Fly By Jing Zhong Sauce (Set of 2)

$30
Fly By Jing Zhong Sauce (Set of 2)
Fly by Jing

Fly By Jing Zhong Sauce (Set of 2)

$30
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Street snack inspired.

You might not be able to magic yourself to Sichuan and try the local street food—but this sauce comes pretty darn close. Crafted in Chengdu and inspired by the popular street snack Zhong dumplings, it’s sweet, tangy, and spicy all at once, with plenty of umami for good measure. It gets its one-of-a-kind flavor from sweet and aromatic fuzhi soy sauce that’s been slow-brewed with brown sugar, mushrooms, garlic, and spices. Pair it with roasted veg, salmon, glazed ribs, noodles, or hummus. And don’t forget dumplings, of course.

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Fun fact: Dumplings symbolize good luck—it’s why you’ll see them at so many Lunar new year feasts—not that we need more reasons to cook up a batch. While you can always dip yours in soy sauce or black vinegar, many Chinese home cooks mix together their own soy-based concoction for dipping. Fly by Jing’s Zhong sauce is based on the flavors that founder Jing Gao grew up with at home—doesn’t get much more authentic than that. The only question is, will you be making chive or cabbage dumplings? Japanese gyoza? You can’t really go wrong. And if you’re cooking from frozen, Andrea Nguyen gave us pointers on how to get them just right every time.

Street snack inspired.

You might not be able to magic yourself to Sichuan and try the local street food—but this sauce comes pretty darn close. Crafted in Chengdu and inspired by the popular street snack Zhong dumplings, it’s sweet, tangy, and spicy all at once, with plenty of umami for good measure. It gets its one-of-a-kind flavor from sweet and aromatic fuzhi soy sauce that’s been slow-brewed with brown sugar, mushrooms, garlic, and spices. Pair it with roasted veg, salmon, glazed ribs, noodles, or hummus. And don’t forget dumplings, of course.

Free Standard Shipping on Orders $149+
and Easy-Breezy Returns

Fun fact: Dumplings symbolize good luck—it’s why you’ll see them at so many Lunar new year feasts—not that we need more reasons to cook up a batch. While you can always dip yours in soy sauce or black vinegar, many Chinese home cooks mix together their own soy-based concoction for dipping. Fly by Jing’s Zhong sauce is based on the flavors that founder Jing Gao grew up with at home—doesn’t get much more authentic than that. The only question is, will you be making chive or cabbage dumplings? Japanese gyoza? You can’t really go wrong. And if you’re cooking from frozen, Andrea Nguyen gave us pointers on how to get them just right every time.

Meet the Maker

Fly by Jing

Los Angeles, CA
What’s in a name? Well, we’ll tell you. Fly By Jing has two namesakes: First, the hole-in-the-wall restaurants in Chengdu, Sichuan, which attract people like flies. Second, its founder’s birth name, which she reclaimed after going by “Jenny” for most of her life. The sauces and spices here are unlike anything you’ve tasted—since they come from a trained chef who was born in Chengdu but grew up just about everywhere else.
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