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Bring the enticing flavors of the Far East to your kitchen with these seasoning sauces from Jade. Based on traditional Asian condiments, these mixtures adapt well to Western cooking styles — barbecuing, baking, broiling, stir-frying, and salad-making — providing a convenient way to add provocative flavors to poultry, meats, seafood, and vegetables. Choose from Sichuan Peanut Sauce, Mekong Ginger Sauce, and Sesame Soy Marinade.
Try Jade's Jasmine Rice (by clicking here) as well!
The San Francisco Chronicle says of Jade's Sichuan Peanut Sauce
A while back, a reader suggested we look at Asian peanut sauces, of which there are many, many in the market.
Some are rather liquidy, others coarse like a sambal, but the best ones simply hit all the right flavor notes - they are intensely peanut-y, with a nice spicy-sweet balance.
Which leads us to the newest members of our Taster's Choice Hall of Fame. Two peanut sauces - Jade and Annie Chun's - were head and shoulders above the rest in our blind tasting, scoring more than the 80 points required for entry into the Hall.
First-place Jade ($8.80 for 13.5 ounces at Draeger's) received a perfect score from one panelist, while another raved that it "tastes homemade." "Sweet, tangy and spicy" with a "nice peanut hit," this "glossy" sauce is "best for dipping." All five panelists would buy this brand.
13.5 ounces (383 grams)