4 More Dishes That Can Be Made Sauce-yal
HOW-TOS / Sep 1, 2016
Last July, we featured some Filipino dishes that can be jazzed up with just a little oyster sauce (If you haven’t seen it yet, read “Make it Saucy, Make it Sauce-yal!”). This time, we broaden the scope to also feature dishes from various Asian cuisines.
Oyster sauce is mostly associated with Chinese cuisine, but did you know that it works well for popular Japanese dishes too? Add a sweet twist to your usual chicken fare—whip up some Teriyaki! See the recipe
It’s not just for cooking. It’s also great for making dipping sauces! Try it with this crunchy fish and veggie dish. See the recipe
If it works for broccoli, then it works for kangkong as well. Enjoy some greens today with this classic Filipino favorite. See the recipe
And if you’re feeling a bit adventurous, do as the Singaporeans do and get a kick out of this perked up pork dish. See the recipe