Lemon Sauce

Lemon Sauce created by JustJanS

I've been making this sauce since 1987 and was originally out of a magazine. We serve it over crumbed chicken or crumbed fish. We love it. Also been known to use minced chilli and ginger from the jar.

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  • Finely slice chilies.
  • Put dried ingredients in a pot and mix together well, add honey, chillies and sauce if using and then slowly add water (or fresh stock) and mix well together.
  • Put on stove over a medium heat and stir continuously until thick.
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"I've been making this sauce since 1987 and was originally out of a magazine. We serve it over crumbed chicken or crumbed fish. We love it. Also been known to use minced chilli and ginger from the jar."

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  1. MarraMamba
    This was delightfully yummy. I used it on breaded chicken tenders and subbed 1 1/2 tsp cornstarch for the corn flour as well as used two tsp of knorr ovals of thick stock paste.
  2. MarraMamba
    This was delightfully yummy. I used it on breaded chicken tenders and subbed 1 1/2 tsp cornstarch for the corn flour as well as used two tsp of knorr ovals of thick stock paste.
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    Lemon Sauce Created by JustJanS
  4. JustJanS
    I seem to be in a bit of a minority here, so maybe it's personal taste, but I thought this was a bit out of balance (too lemony and salty) until I added in another tablespoon of honey. Once I'd done that, this was great over our rice and flake (shark). Extra good as it's fat free and fits right in with our healthier eating plan.
  5. Galley Wench
    Sorry, they won't let me give you 10 stars!!!!!! This sauce is incredible! Love the sweet spicy combination. Followed your directions except needed more thickening, so used a little corn starch and water to finish it off. Instead of red chilis used about 1/4 teaspoon red pepper flakes. Served over baked salmon on a bed or rice. Next time plan to garnish with slivered almonds. Thanks for a wonderful recipe!
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