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Sakay

Information about Madagascan Sakay Plus authentic Sakay recipe

Speciality Dish - Madagascar

 

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Many  recipes in Madagascar call for the use of Sakay which is a hot pepper sauce or condiment, although it is typically served separately so that diners can add as much or as little as they wish.

 

Its a simple recipe, made in minutes especially with the use of a food processor not authentic but works a treat.

 

 

Sakay (Hot  Pepper Sauce)     Veg  CD  ACC  Madagascan  10mins

 

 

Makes approx 240ml/8fl.oz.   Cold  Vegetarian  Vegan  Accompaniment  Condiment  Gluten Wheat Dairy free  Eggless  Malagasy  Malagache  Madagascar Africa

 

 

Ingredients

50g/2oz Fresh Red Chillies, deseeded

1 tbsp Ground Ginger (check ingredients label)

2 Garlic Cloves, crushed

Approx. 4 Tbsp Vegetable Oil

 

Instructions

 

1. Place all the ingredients in a food processor and pulse until it forms a coarse puree, adding a little more oil if necessary.

 

2. To use Sakay: either add small amounts of Sakay to recipes during cooking or place in small bowls and serve as an accompaniment to dishes.

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