Barbecue Recipes: Amoy Blogger Challenge

July 14, 2014

I am familiar with Amoy soy sauce and use it a lot when I am making different dishes in my kitchen. Recently Amoy have  launched a range of great new products, including Easy Meal Kits and Stir Fry Soy sauces to make it easier to add an Asian flavour to your dishes. As part of the launch Amoy have teamed up with TV chef, Ching He Huang who has come up with 12 delicious recipes to help you create tasty authentic meals quickly in your own home. You can find all these Amoyzing Meals in easy to follow videos on the Amoy YouTube channel. I love the sound of the new Easy Meal kits which have a wide range of flavours. You can choose from Malaysian Laksa and Nasi Goreng, to Thai Green Curry and Thai Red Curry, all you need to do is to add meat. There is also a new range of stir fry sauces including Red Chilli, Lemongrass and Kaffir Lime, and Garlic and Chinese Five Spice which will add a twist to mid week meals.

Amoy have sent some of their products to bloggers and challenged them to come up with barbecue recipes using them. I love a good challenge so I was happy to get involved. Luckily the weather has been amoyzing recently so I had a chance to get out the barbecue and experiment. I came up with a number of different recipes using the ingredients provided, Noodle salad, Peanut and lime satay chicken kebabs, sticky chinese barbecue ribs and salad with a soy sauce dressing.

   Amoy Barbecue recipes  I was provided with a number of different ingredients from the range, Amoy Straight to wok noodles, Amoy Peanut Satay stir fry sauce, Amoy Sticky Glaze Chinese Barbecue sauce, Amoy soy sauce and Amoy Stir Fry Sauce with garlic and chinese five spice. There was plenty there to experiment with.

Amoy ProductsBarbecue Ribs

When I saw the Sticky Glaze Chinese Barbecue Sauce my first thought was to just use it on some ribs. My husband and son love ribs and they are really easy to do on a barbecue. I baked them in the oven for an hour, covered them with the sauce then put them on the barbecue for another half an hour until they were done. To be honest the sauce didn’t need any fiddling with, the ribs were perfect with a lovely barbecue sauce flavour. My husband and son made short work of the ribs.

Chinese Barbecue Ribs

Salad with soy sauce dressing

To go along with the ribs I made a green salad with a soy sauce salad dressing. The salad was just a simple mix of different lettuce leaves, cherry tomatoes and cucumber, The dressing was a mix of lemon juice, olive oil, soy sauce, grated ginger, garlic and black pepper. It added a lovely flavour to the salad which went perfectly with the sticky barbecue ribs.

Salad with soy sauce dressingNoodle Salad

Noodles are not something that I usually associate with barbecues, but then I thought I could create a noodle salad with different coloured vegetables which would sit in a bowl and everyone could help themselves to some to put on their plate. I used the Amoy Stir Fry with garlic and Chinese five spice, some of the Amoy straight to wok noodles and threw in some different coloured peppers, some mange-tout and baby corn. The resulting salad was bursting with flavour and the crunchy vegetables added a taste of Summer.

Noodle SaladPeanut Satay and Lime Chicken Kebabs

 I love kebabs on skewers at barbecues, meat intermixed with brightly coloured vegetables. I decided to make a marinade with the peanut satay and some lime juice and use it on some chicken. I then threaded the chicken and some vegetables onto skewers and left them to cook on the barbecue. The result was a lovely kebab. The lime worked really well with the peanut satay and added a tropical freshness to the taste. I used mushrooms, red peppers, baby corn and cherry tomatoes threaded onto the skewer between the chicken.

Peanut satay and lime chicken kebabWe really enjoyed our Amoy barbecue and the range of different sauces and flavours available in the range. Why not pop over and see the lovely warm chicken salad with grilled mango and peaches that Galina from Chez Mazimka cooked for the challenge or the delicious sticky chinese steak with rainbow noodle salad from Cheryl at Madhouse Family Reviews and the yummy Marinated Chicken and Prawn that Lilinha at Lilinha Angel’s World made.

Salad with soy sauce dressing

Author Alison


  • 1 clove of garlic
  • 4 tbsp olive oil
  • 1 tbsp soy sauce
  • Juice of 1 lemon
  • 1 tsp grated root ginger
  • black pepper
  • ½ tsp sugar
  • Mixed lettuce leaves
  • cucumber
  • cherry tomatoes


  • Placed the mixed lettuce leaves and cherry tomatoes in a salad bowl.
  • Chop the cucumber into slices and add to the bowl. Mix the salad well.
  • Peel and crush the garlic clove.
  • In a jug mix the olive oil, soy sauce, garlic, sugar, black pepper, lemon juice and grated ginger.
  • Pour the sauce over the salad.

Noodle Salad

Author Alison


  • Amoy straight to wok noodles
  • 225 g mange-tout
  • 1 red pepper
  • 1 yellow pepper
  • 1 orange pepper
  • 225 g baby corn
  • Amoy stir fry sauce with garlic and five spice


  • Heat some oil in a pan.
  • Add the mange-tout, red,yellow and orange pepper and the baby corn.
  • Add the Amoy straight to wok noodles.
  • Sprinkle over the Amoy stir fry sauce with garlic and chinese five spice until everything is evenly coated.
  • Cook until the noodles come apart.
  • Place in a bowl and leave to cool

Peanut satay and lime chicken kebabs

Author Alison


  • chicken breasts
  • cherry tomatoes
  • baby corn
  • red pepper
  • mushrooms
  • Amoy peanut satay sauce
  • Juice of 1 lime


  • In a bowl mix the peanut satay sauce with the lime juice.
  • Chop the chicken breast into chunks and leave to marinade in the sauce for at least an hour.
  • On a bamboo skewer thread chucks of chicken, baby corn, red pepper and mushrooms until the end of the skewer is reached.
  • Cook on the barbecue, turning frequently, until the chicken is cooked though and the juice runs clear.

Disclosure: I was sent some Amoy products and a shopping voucher to enable me to get the products to take part in the challenge.


3 responses to “Barbecue Recipes: Amoy Blogger Challenge”

  1. Yummy, it all looks so tasty! I need to get some ribs and try the Chinese BBQ glaze ribs! 🙂 x

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