I love to make large quantities of this and use it all summer long.

1. Combine the crushed pineapple, soy sauce, brown sugar, rice vinegar, and sweet chili sauce in a medium pot.
2. Blend all the ingredients well by stirring in the minced garlic and ginger.
3. Set the pot on medium heat and, while stirring from time to time, bring the mixture to a mild boil.
4. After the sauce reaches a boiling point, lower the heat to a simmer and let it cook for ten to fifteen minutes, or until the desired thickness is achieved.
5. Add red pepper flakes for an additional burst of flavor while cooking.

6. Before serving, take the sauce off of the stove and let it to cool somewhat.

Changes & Advice
You may add a dab of spicy sauce or additional red pepper flakes if you’re a fan of a little more heat. Consider adding a little amount of sesame oil if you want a richer taste. Try adding some freshly squeezed lime juice for a tangier sauce. Additionally, honey or agave syrup may be used in place of brown sugar if you’re careful how much sugar you consume.

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