We use it for Satay Chicken, adding to the soup of Steam Boat to give that extra POW! and also just as a plain dipping sauce. This post I've used it as an accompaniment to my stir fried Bok Choy Noodles. And the noodles would be nothing without Jimmy's.
2 Bok Choys (cut in segments)
4 bundles of dried noodles
1 tablespoon of oil
3 cloves of garlic
3 tablespoons oyster sauce (I usually add more after tasting)
200g ham (or any cooked meat)
Jimmy's Sate Sauce
1. Fill a large pot with water and bring it to the boil (in my case I used a frying pan so I didn't have to wash up extra).
2. Meanwhile cut the Bok Choy and rinse really well.
3. When the water is boiling, throw the Bok Choy in and only cook it for around 30 seconds. Take it out and let the water come to a rapid boil again.
4. Throw in the noodles and cook (around 4mins)
5. Drain the noodles, rinse with cold water.
6. Heat the pan up again. Add the oil. Add the garlic.
7. Shake off excess water from the noodles and then place it in the hot pan (you may need to add more oil, but again personal preference here), add oyster sauce and stir well.
8. Add the ham and the Bok Choy and cook a further 2mins (constantly stirring or tossing).
9. Plate it and add some Jimmy's and chilli sauce on the side. Enjoy!