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Timmy Foody Satay Sauce – Fried Rice

So you’ve just got your hands on some Timmy Foody Satay Sauce. Now What? Do you just eat it straight from the jar, have it with BBQ meats and veggies or use it as a stir fry sauce? Or is it all of the above?

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Timmy Foody Satay sauce. Handmade in small batches, using locally sourced ingredients wherever possible.

Below are a few ideas of what you can use my sauce for. There’s a few links to some of my recipes using my Satay Sauce. If you come up with any other great ideas then snap your saucy ideas on instagram and hashtag #timmyfoodysatay

The Traditional 

Grab your sauce and empty it into a sauce pan. Heat up on a gentle heat and warm through. Cook your meat or veggies of choice. My favourite method is to BBQ the meat and veggies, but oven roasting works just as well. Serve with rice and simply pour the sauce over when you’re ready to serve.

It will thin down as it heats up but if you want it to go further then add a splash of coconut cream as it warms through. You can also add a squeeze of lemon juice. Both of these things will also help to reduce the spiciness. If you want to maintain some of that spicy zing then add some chopped fresh red chilli to the sauce.

Stir Fry

Using your choice or meat or veggies, or both. Stir fry this as desired. Once it’s almost ready, use a couple of tablespoons of Satay sauce straight from the jar, toss through the stir-fry for about 1 minute and serve. Note, don’t cook it for too long as it will dry out.

Fried Rice – Satay Style

Stir-Fry Awesomeness

Dipping sauce

Just warm through in a pan gently until it’s simmering gently then serve. Add some fresh coriander and red chilli for that extra zing!

Sandwiches and Wraps

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The sauce works great as a condiment for wraps and sandwiches. It can be used cold or warmed through deepening on what you’re making. The link below is for my Bahn Mi Vietnamese Rolls. Add my Satay Sauce to this recipe for an awesome twist on the recipe.

Bahn Mi Vietnamese Rolls

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