Tuesday, December 20, 2005

Easy Sweet & Sour Sauce

There are many ways to make sweet and sour sauce and most of the time, I use ketchup and chilli sauce as the sauce base. Occasionally I will use tomato paste or sauce if I ran out of my favourite ketchup. I had some left over tomato juice that I used for my chicky pops and decided to whip up an extremely simple sweet & sour sauce for my left over fish. Surprisingly, it tastes better than my other recipe. Looks like I will be sticking to this for my sweet and sour sauce.


1/2 can tomato juice
3-5 tbsp chilli sauce, more if you like it spicy
1 large onion, sliced thick
2 cloves garlic, chopped
half green pepper, cubed
2-3 slices pineapple rings, cut into small pieces
1-2 splashes of sesame oil
2 tbsp oil
salt to taste

1. Mix tomato juice and chilli sauce and set aside
2. Heat oil in a pot or wok
3. Stir fry onions till translucent, then add chopped garlic
4. Continue frying till fragrant, add green peppers
5. Stir for 3 mins, add tomato & chilli mixture and pineapple pieces
6. Add sesame oil and salt to taste
7. Let the sauce simmer for another 5 min and pour over fried fish, prawns or chicken
8. Add a bit of the pineapple juice or water if it gets a bit dry
9. Serve hot with chinese parsley for garnishing


FooDcrazEE said...

been bz eh ? nice easy sauce

Zurynee said...

foodcrazee, I was away for the whole week last week :( Now dapur dah mula berasap ;)

asydin said...

thxs zu!!!!!

Anonymous said...

thank you zu this was great!!

Zurynee said...

You are welcome asydin :-)

Anonymous, glad you like it :-)