Urban Platter Malaysian Satay Sauce, 270g (Gourmet Spread, Sauce, Marinade)
Urban Platter Malaysian Satay Sauce, 270g (Gourmet Spread, Sauce, Marinade)M.R.P.:₹250.00
₹250.00 (incl. of tax)
- Satay Sauce is a popular condiment in Southeast Asian cuisine. With every country having their own version of this sauce, it mainly has peanuts, spices & chilli as its main ingredients.
- Urban Platters Malay Satay Sauce is a blend of peanuts, chilli, lemongrass, tamarind & a few flavourful essentials like garlic & ginger. It has a mildly spicy & sweet flavour with a subtle hint of sourness.
- Peanut sauce is one of the most versatile sauces that goes well on a variety of dishes. Other than a dipping sauce for satay, you can use it on rice, noodles, veggies & in curries & stir fries.
- Great as a marinade because the freshly pounded peanuts in the sauce easily coats on dishes. Add this sauce over grilled paneer or tofu and transport yourself to the streets of Malaysia.
- Urban Platter - Simply Good Food! :)
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Indian kitchens have had the heritage to store and use traditional Spices & Masalas for years in their pantry and also invent various techniques like using castor oil with selected grains to prolong the shelf life of ingredients.
Ayurveda talks about eating freshly cooked food for optimising the nutritional benefits. However, it never mentioned anything about food's shelf life which is the root cause of ignorance and increasing disrespect for food among many amateurs who do not fully understand the profound system. For a matter of fact, Indian Diet has consisted of Rotis & Dals for centuries and the ingredients used to make them are stored around the year.
Storage plays a key role in determining the shelf life of the products. It is important to fully understand the Ayurvedic perspective and wisdom before applying it. Disrespect for food is an ignorance which Ayurveda also attempts to alleviate.
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|Dimensions||6.30 × 6.30 × 9.30 cm|
|Shelf Life||364 days|
|Ingredients||Soya sauce, Coconut vinegar, Water, Sugar, Corn starch, Ginger, Thickener (INS 415), Chilli Powder and Preservative (INS 211)|
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