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Oils and Satay Sauce Singapore
The term "Satay Sauce" is derived from the Javanese dish "Satay Chicken." It became so popular that gourmets all over the world began calling the sauce "Satay" in allusion to the chicken meal, despite the fact that it is actually a type of peanut sauce.
Ground roasted peanuts are used to make the satay sauce in Singapore . A variety of other ingredients are used to make satay sauce, all of which have peanuts as their base, and in other cases, crunchy peanut butter is used instead of ground roasted peanuts. It has an oily mouthfeel and a nutty umami flavour thanks to the peanut blend. It is commonly used for dipping and as sauce for many Asian dishes. Order now!
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