What is the sauce in this frozen dinner?

Ok so I know this is a bit off the wall, but I hope someone can help me out. A couple weeks ago I had one of the Banquet frozen dinner meals, the Chicken Sesame, which was basically some chicken nuggets in a sauce over white rice. And that sauce was delicious. I really really want to make a homemade stir fry with it, but I have no idea what kind of sauce it is, or how to even begin figuring it out. The only things I remember from it is that it was a caramel color, was sweetish, but not like candy-sweet, and had some seeds in it. But other than that, I got nothing. I just want to be able to go to the store and buy a big bottle of whatever that stuff is, so I can promptly drown all future homemade asian foods with it. Can anyone tell me what the stuff is?
Oh, and I’ve already tried Orange Glaze with Ginger (a coworkers suggestion) and that vile concoction was thrown out immediately.

ETA: Here is a picture of it. I know it says Sesame Sauce right on the box, but everything I’ve at the grocer is the complete wrong color, hence my confusion.

Sounds like some type of teriyaki-oid sauce.

So try a teriyaki glaze next time you’re down at the Piggly Wiggly.

The sesame sauce I’m thinking of is brown in the bottle, sometimes a little orange-ish, but definitely brown or dark caramel maybe as you describe. It looks lighter when poured thin over food. I’m pretty sure you’ll be happy with a commercial sesame sauce from the Asian section of the supermarket.

I found a recipe if you’re inclined to make your own, from allrecipes if that helps.

That recipe looks about right. Here is the makeup of the Banquet version and the sauce portion would be in here:

Soy Sauce (Water, Wheat, Soybeans, Salt, Alcohol, Vinegar, Lactic Acid), Light Brown Sugar, Contains 2% or Less of: Red Peppers, Sesame Oil Modified Food Starch, Rice Vinegar, Chicken Flavor, Salt, Chicken Broth, Maltodextrin, Turkey Broth, Rendered Chicken Fat, Flavoring, Autolyzed Yeast Extract, Cooked Chicken, Turkey Fat, Turkey Meat, Spice, Cottonseed Oil Mushroom Powder, Disodium Inosinate and Disodium Guanylate.

Try Soy Vay Veri Veri Teriyaki - it sounds like what you’re talking about.

I love that stuff but the sodium content is lethal. // hijack // Has anybody found a good commercial teriyaki with low sodium? I’m talking a thicker-style sauce, not like a thin soy sauce. // hijack //