The awesome sauce & marinade
This Garlic chili sauce is a typical “spicy” sauce, with a strong and hot taste. Main ingredient of Thai food.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
Average portion is 50 g.
as a marinade for a few hours in the fridge or as a wet rub
as a Stir-fry sauce in a wok or as a cooking sauce in a frying pan, medium heat.
as a table sauce or as a dip.
EASY TO SELECT:
Taste is clearly stated on the label, no doubt.
EASY TO USE:
Ready-for-Use product, flexible in terms of choosing the right time to use, bottle easy to handle, thick sauce easy to pour,
No risk of broken glass in the kitchen, no risk for ceramic plates, no need to store in the fridge, long shelf-life, produced in EU.
Vegan, Gluten-free, low salt, low vinegar, MSG-free, GMO-free, EDTA-free, flavouring and colouring-free.
THAI NOODLES, QUITE SPICY:
Cook the noodles in water first, then pour Chili Garlic in a wok and add pre-cooked noodles. Keep mixing sauce and noodles for a few minutes to get a perfect taste, add any ingredient you wish.
Pour the sauce in the wok and use it as a simmer sauce to cook vegetables. Medium Heat.
HEAT-UP OF THAI SOUPS:
Just add a few on top of the soup.
CHICKEN SPICY MARINADE:
Coat the pieces of chicken with the sauce, lay in a plastic case, close the lid and let in the fridge for a few hours before cooking.
GREAT ON HOT-DOG
…or on top of beef and ribs.
AVERAGE NUTRITIONAL VALUES PER 100 g:
Energy: 333 kJ (80 kCal),
Fat: 4.4 g (of which saturates are 0.5 g),
Carbohydrates: 8 g (Sugars are 7.2 g),
Fiber: 1.5 g,
Protein: 1.31 g
Salt: 3.8 g.