Mango & Aji Amarillo Cooking Sauce
The Mango & Aji Amarillo sauce is Asian Pacific-inspired, with distinct notes of orange zest and peppery spice, balanced to indulge your palate. Slow simmer your food to absorb the sweet and savory flavors from this cooking sauce, use as a grill sauce to bring caramelized goodness to your protein, or simply use as a dipping condiment with your favorite vegetables.
Instructions for a simple and flavorful meal: Season one-pound of cubed chicken or pork. In a saute pan, cook the meat with a tablespoon of vegetable oil on medium heat until lightly browned. Add contents of jar and simmer for 15 minutes. Serve with rice, beans or flatbreads.
Pairs with: Meat, fish, vegetables, and eggs.
Mango sauce is a very common island sauce, particularly the Pacific islands such as Hawaii, where they typically match a sweet & savory sauce with roasted pork, fish, grilled shrimp, or chicken. There is always a spicy pepper element to these island sauces – the Serious Foodie version uses the combination of the wonderfully fruity Aji Amarillo and native Hawaiian peppers to create a well-balanced sauce – slightly spicy with flavors of mango, orange, lemon, lime, and fresh cilantro.
We suggest that you combine this sauce with any meat or fish while cooking – or simply add it at the end of cooking as a condiment. It can be used as a grilling sauce for shrimp, or to glaze pork, chicken, or fish. Or it can be used to braise meat. Our on-line recipe suggestions will open up a world of possibilities for this luscious sauce.
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