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Sesame Oil, 327ml


This pure sesame oil has the shortest ingredient list possible: only sesame oil, no additives, preservatives, or colouring. Sesame oil is versatile, and can be used as a cooking fat or as a seasoning. Either way, it imparts a deep and somewhat smoky,...

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Peanut Sauce Mix, 50g


This appetizing creamy sauce is delicious with meat satays, as a salad dressing, a sauce for noodles & pasta or served as a dipping sauce or vegetables & bread sticks.- Authentic Thai Mild flavour- No added MSG, preservatives or artificial...

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Somen Noodles - Organic, 270g


When cooking Japanese noodle dishes, somen is a great choice. Like angel hair is to spaghetti, somen is to udon; thinner and more delicate. Traditionally, somen is mainly used in cold noodle dishes - serve chilled, with ginger and garlic topping, and a...

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Roasted Red Chilli Paste, 112g


Roasted Red Chili Paste is a concentrated, flavourful blend of red chiles and spices is combined for maximum taste. It's great as a stir-fry seasoning, a soup base, or as a condiment on noodles and chicken. Add a bit to your favourite marinade to pop up...

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Oyster Sauce, 210ml


Oyster sauce is a backbone for Chinese family-style cooking, and adds a rich and flavourful taste to recipes. Made by boiling oysters in water until they caramelize, the result is a brown, viscous, intensely flavourful sauce. Oyster sauce is an component...

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Teriaki Sauce, 500ml


Teriyaki is a favourite among Japanese dishes, and this sauce makes it easy to prepare at home. Starting off with soy sauce as a base, this sweet and savoury sauce layers on flavours of garlic, ginger, and pepper. It's great as a marinade for salmon, as...

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Tamari Sauce, 250ml


On the surface, tamari seems quite similar to soy sauce. However, tamari is a Japanese sauce which is a byproduct of fermenting soybeans to make miso. It is darker in colour, stronger tasting, and has less salt and wheat than Chinese soy sauces. Amano...

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