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johnmackie • 4 years ago

Thanks yet again, ww.

Your sauce was a special request for an extended family meal tonight. I am glad that it is still out there on MyT.

tgww • 9 years ago

Glad to hear the recipe worked and well done with the pineapple ... good thinking!

john_mackie • 9 years ago

I see you're here just now, commenting on Araminta's fine pome.

So, thanks for the recipe - I used it last night and it went down really well with both wife and guests. One small change - I only had fresh pineapple so I soaked it in maple syrup for the day and used that instead, leaving out the sugar.

The result was pretty good if I say so myself,although obviously not up to joeslavko standard.

tgww • 9 years ago

js - you really can't go wrong with this sauce ... if you want some 'zing' in it, add a few chillies cut into thin strips to the ginger and garlic ... deep fry a whole fish and pour this over it just before serving if you are entertaining and impress the guest[s] ;-)

fg - yes, if you are using meat/prawns, stir fry them first and then add the sauce mixture and then when the sauce thickens, add the veg so they stay nice and crispy.

Serve with plain rice.

farmergiles • 9 years ago

Sounds like a delicious sauce. Doesn't the chicken/pork or whatever need stir frying first with perhaps garlic/ginger/onion before adding your sauce?

joeslavko • 9 years ago

shall try this. Though, it has to be said, my attempts at Eastern dishes are rarely successful.