Oyster sauce's flavor is somewhere between fish sauce
and soy sauce. Its consistency is thick and syrupy, and
it's dark brown in color. A good substitute should
capture these flavors and textures as much as possible.
Here are 6 scrumptious oyster sauce substitutes
Oyster sauce is used straight from the bottle. It is
added to other sauces, used as a sauce on its own, or
drizzled on top of steamed vegetables (often Chinese
broccoli in Cantonese cuisine) as a finishing touch. The
most popular way to incorporate oyster sauce into a
recipe is in a stir-fry sauce.