Bring Little Soya To The Party! Cocktails & Snacks…

We all know that Little Soya is delicious as a dipping sauce and can be used in marinades as well. But why not expand your culinary use of Little Soya into cocktails and even a snack! Check out these recipes we rounded up from the web and a few Little Soya fans then Bring Little Soya to your next party!!  (Don’t forget about the Little Soya Ice Cubes, too!)


Abba Nugget

It's impossible to not fall in love with Little Soya once you try it!

It’s impossible to not fall in love with Little Soya once you try it!


Drink Type: Shooter


3/4 oz. Vodka
1/4 oz. Little Soya


Pour vodka into a shot glass. Layer in soy sauce.



Bloody Geisha

bloody geisha

Drink Type: Cocktail


3 oz. Tomato Juice
1 1/2 oz. Sake
1 dash(es) Little Soya
1 squirt(s) Lime Juice
1 pinch(es) Wasabi


Mix in a cocktail glass and garnish with celery sticks and a lime wheel.

This one is Gluten Free if you use Little Soya!

Chinese Mary

Drink Type: Cocktail


1 1/2 oz. Vodka
3 oz. Sweet and Sour Sauce
dash(es) Lemon Juice
1/2 tsp. Worcestershire Sauce
3 drop(s) Little Soya
3 drop(s) Tabasco Sauce
Pineapple Juice or Pulp


Make like a Bloody Mary, improvising with ingredients until you find your preferred taste and texture. Ken finds it’s a good idea to add extra vodka to thin out the sauce a little. When heated, this also makes a great sauce for food!



Drink Type: Cocktail


12 oz. Beer
2 dash(es) Worcestershire Sauce
dash(es) Little Soya
dash(es) Tabasco Sauce
1 pinch(es) Black Pepper
1 oz. Lemon Juice


Mix ingredients in a tall high glass with lots of ice. Add beer at the end. Mix.

Simply Soy

Drink Type: Cocktail


2 oz Grey Goose vodka
1/2 oz Little Soya -sesame simple syrup* Squeeze of lemon
2 dashes chocolate bitters
1/4 tsp grated ginger
Toasted sesame seeds and sugar, candied ginger, and a soy-sauce ice cube for garnish

*Two parts water to one part low-sodium soy sauce with a dash of sesame oil

Rim a rocks glass with a slice of lemon and dip in a mix of toasted sesame seeds and sugar. Combine the first five ingredients in a shaker, add ice, and shake. Strain into the prepared glass and add a soy-sauce ice cube. Garnish with a slice of candied ginger.

Originated from here.




  • 1 cup raw shelled almonds
  • 1 Tbsp light brown sugar
  • 1-1/2 tsp Sriracha hot sauce
  • 1 tsp soy sauce

Preheat oven to 350. Place the almonds on a baking sheet in a single layer. Toast in the oven for about 10 minutes, stirring every 2 minutes or so until the almonds are toasted and fragrant. Remove from the oven and pour onto a cold plate until the Sriracha sauce is done. For the Sriracha and brown sugar sauce bring the brown sugar, Sriracha and soy sauce to a gentle simmer just until the brown sugar is dissolved. Toss immediately with the almonds and spread on a sheet of parchment paper to cool.




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