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Lee Kum Kee Ready Sauce for XO Stir-Fry Rice $1.75 @ Coles


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Lee Kum Kee Ready Sauce for XO Stir-Fry Rice is a classic Cantonese stir-fry Cantonese cuisine which is famous for its delicate, well-balanced flavours which enhances the freshness of the ingredients. XO sauce is made from dried scallop, garlic and dried shrimp which could enhance the basic dish into another level.

Country of Origin:
Product of China
Dried Scallop Extract (Water, Dried Scallops, Salt), Dried Glucose Syrup, Water, Sugar, Shrimp Powder (Shrimp, Salt), Soybean Oil, Salted Chilli Peppers (Chilli Peppers, Salt), Fermented Broad Bean Paste (Broad Beans, Water, Salt, Wheat Flour), Dehydrated Garlic, Flavour Enhancer (621), Dried Flounder, Colour (150a), Shallots, Modified Corn Starch (1422), Dried Shrimp, Yeast Extract (Yeast Extract, Maltodextrin, Sugar), Salt, Dried Scallops, Shrimp Paste (Shrimp, Salt), Dried Chilli Peppers, Stabiliser (415).

Servings Per Pack:
Storage Instructions:
Store in a cool, dry place. Once opened, consume immediately.
145 x 130 x 10mm

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  • Amazon price matching Coles, minimum qu is 2

  • +1

    Lee Kum Kee Premium Oyster Sauce, 510 g https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B00KO3F1X4/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_i_7...

    The oyster sauce is on special too

    • +1

      Thought that was their usual price as Woolworths always sells it for $6.80.

    • What's the % of oyster extract?

      • check out the coles brand oyster sauce …..vey high in oyster extract compared to others.

    • Just another fake Amazon sale to make you feel good and buy it. Usual price at woolies.

  • What does XO mean?

  • don't think they have this one at our local Coles. I was in there yesterday and don't remember seeing it. They don't sell the Singapore noodles sauce pouch either now.

  • +1

    The lemon chicken is excellent but hard to get at my local coles

  • -2

    This kum taste good?

    • +4

      Name checks out

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