When we were growing up, our family bbqs were famous for Oma's satay. Peanut sauce was smothered in abundance on what seemed like an endless supply of chicken and lamb skewers
When we were growing up, our family bbqs were famous for Oma's satay. Peanut sauce was smothered in abundance on what seemed like an endless supply of chicken and lamb skewers.Using Oma's original recipe from West Java, here’s Eighteen Thousand Islands delicious Satay Sauce for you to feast on everyday.
- Thick, fragrant and THE real deal
- Packed with Aussie peanuts
- Light on the oil compared to other sauces
- Made in Melbourne
Pantry Tip: Heat it gently and smother it over your bbq'd meats and veggies. Or toss it through a stir-fry or use it straight out of the jar as a dip, this thick, fragrant and peanut-packed satay sauce is what Eighteen Thousand Islands is all about!
The Pantry loves Eighteen Thousand Islands, because it's a family affair ~ Who would have thought back in the 90's, at this family dinner no doubt accompanied by bucket loads of satay sauce, that Chris (Eighteen Thousand Islands founder - underwhelmed & 2nd right) would one day be selling his gourmet sauces to his little cousin Al (The Daily Pantry founder - middle blob with her head in the cake) to sell on the internet.
Ingredients: Water, roasted Aussie peanuts, sugar, lemongrass, non-go soy sauce, golden syrup, chilli puree, non-GMO canola oil, vegetable oils, candle nuts, shallots, molasses, garlic, lemon juice, spices, salt, lecithin, sodium benzoate, potassium sorbaite, acidity regulator.
Allergens: Peanuts, Tree Nuts