Kitchen Tips

One Sauce + Four Recipes = Instant Dinner Success

Midweek cooking needn’t be a chore. Keep your pantry stocked with a range of Asian sauces and marinades, and you’ll be on a fast-track to a winning dinner any night of the week. One of our go-to sauces for family meals is Lee Kum Kee Stir-Fry Essentials Oriental Honey & Soy.

Kids will love the mild, sweet-savoury flavours of this thick, rich sauce, while you’ll love its versatility. Use it to make honey-soy beef or chilli chicken stir-fries in under 30 minutes, add an authentic flavour hit to fried rice, or push the boat out with an Asian twist on the Sunday roast.

Stir-fry success

Honey, soy and beef is a match made in heaven – and achieving that combination couldn’t be easier thanks to this recipe for honey-soy beef stir-fry with cracked black pepper. Pick up seven ingredients from your supermarket, including a bottle of Lee Kum Kee Stir-Fry Essentials Oriental Honey & Soy, for a nutritious dinner the whole family will love. Feel free to sneak in extra vegetables, such as capsicum and baby corn.

Honey Soy Beef Stir Fry recipe

Spice it up

If you and your family like a bit of heat, try this easy recipe for honey, soy and chilli chicken stir-fry with hokkien noodles. You can control the spice levels by choosing long (mild) instead of short (hot) chillies, then removing the chilli seeds.

chicken honey soy with hokkien noodles recipe

Family-friendly fried rice

For a healthier take on the classic fried rice, whip up a batch of this honey and soy stir-fried rice with tofu. Packed with vitamin-rich vegetables and protein from the tofu and egg, it’s a tasty dish for all ages. Make it even more virtuous by using brown rice instead of white rice. Why not try this vegetarian dinner for meat-free Mondays?

Go With the Grain: 10 Rice Recipes

Update your Sunday roast

When the weekend rolls around and you have more time on your side, use Lee Kum Kee Stir-Fry Essentials Oriental Honey & Soy to breathe new life into your Sunday roast. Simply follow this recipe for Chinese honey roasted chicken, using the Lee Kum Kee sauce as a glaze instead of the oyster sauce and honey.

Chinese Honey Roasted Chicken Recipe

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