Theresa Varga wrote "The Italians may have their marinara and the French their bearnaise, but for many DC natives, the sauce that captures the flavor of home. This is a great, sweet sauce for fried chicken and/or fries. The sauce is reminiscent of the mumbo sauce found in Chinese carry outs in the DC area. Enjoy!. "Apparently, this sweet-and-sour condiment came to Washington D.C. via Chicago, where it somehow became a staple in Chinese take-out restaurants served as a condiment with fried chicken wings, among other things. Add soy sauce, grated ginger, and cayenne pepper. Dip into this spicy.
Get five people in a room and you'll get six recipes for mumbo sauce. It's one of those things that completely depends upon taste. But a HuffPo. In DC, you can't have wings without mumbo sauce-- but have you ever made it yourself? In honor of National Chicken Wing Day, we asked the. Although this isn't the exact recipe, says Capital City Mumbo Sauce co-owner Arsha Jones, it's one that has passed muster in our test kitchen.
A recipe for and instructions on how to make the sweet-and-sour sauce from Washington, D.C.