Friday, December 20, 2013

San J's Gluten-Free Sauce Review and My Sesame Chicken Recipe

I received the featured product free of charge in order to give my honest review.  No other compensation was received.  My thoughts and opinions are 100% my own.

San-J, Asian food


 San-J's Gluten-Free Sauces and Marinades


San-J offer a great product!! I love that these products are gluten-free.  Many people don't realize how many products are not gluten-free.  It is nice to find more products geared towards those that have special diet needs.  San-J makes a great product with a lot of great flavor.  The sauces I tried both had great flavor and I felt that they were a superior product.  I decided to use these great products to make some of my favorite recipes.  You can find many recipes from San-J for use of their great products.  I look forward to trying some more of their great products and some more of their recipes in the near future. I have decided to share one of my favorite gluten-free recipes here with you today.  I love San-J's products and I recommend you give them a try!!

Sesame Chicken Recipe


 2 Cups Chicken Strips or Cubes Cooked
4 TBS Soy Sauce
4 TBS Brown Sugar
2 TBS Corn Starch
1 Tsp Garlic Powder
1 Tsp Onion Powder
Dash of White Pepper
1 Cup Water 
1 1/2 TBS Sesame Oil
2 TBS Toasted Sesame Seeds
 
Cook Chicken.  Combine Soy Sauce, Brown Sugar, Corn Starch, and seasonings in a bowl.  Stir well then add Water.  Pour sauce over the chicken and cook over medium heat until the sauce starts to thicken. Sauce usually takes up to 10 min over medium heat to come to the right consistency. Add Sesame Oil and Sesame seeds then stir.  Serve hot over vegetables or cooked rice.

Note: Don't add sesame oil at beginning of cooking because you don't want it scorched.  Add the sesame oil to the sauce right before you are ready to serve. You can also sprinkle sesame seeds over each portion as seen in photo above.


Thank you San-J for this wonderful product and for the opportunity to give it a try!!  We look forward to using many products and trying many recipes.


I received the featured product free of charge in order to give my honest review.  No other compensation was received.  My thoughts and opinions are 100% my own. 

4 comments:

  1. With the porice of beef so high now, chicken is the best alternative. There are so many ways to cook it that it doesn't become boring.

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  2. This looks good like to try this

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  3. This looks good like to try this

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  4. I've read some cookbook authors, they love San-J, I haven't tried it yet, next time I'm getting it!! I love this recipe, and I often use a little brown sugar in my Asian recipes - I want to try this!

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