We love using Hoisin sauce to flavor tofu in our stir-fry dishes, or as a dipping sauce for pot-stickers or won-tons. It is always a nice sweet alternative to the spicy Sriracha.
Courtesy of Wikipedia:
Mandarin-style Hoisin sauce ingredients include water, sugar, soybeans, white distilled vinegar, rice, salt, wheat flour, garlic, red chili peppers, and several preservatives and coloring agents. Traditionally, Hoisin sauce is made using sweet potato. Despite the literal meaning of “seafood,” Hoisin sauce does not contain fish.