Bim’s Kitchen African Chilli Coconut Relish is one of my favourites in their range of delicious African-inspired sauces and condiments. I buy it regularly to make their Chilli Coconut Prawns recipe, which I absolutely love!
Since I’ve been asked to collaborate with Bim’s Kitchen to develop recipes for their website, I started thinking of other ways I could use their tasty African Chilli Coconut Relish with other ingredients besides prawns. Chicken seemed like a great idea and works well in a stir-fry.
I only needed to slice a red pepper, a bunch of spring onions and 2 chicken breasts. The ingredients cooked nicely and quickly in my wok. I then stirred in the relish and added ready egg noodles at the very end.
My recipe is quick and easy… and very tasty thanks to this magic ingredient. The African Chilli Coconut Relish is labelled “high chilli heat” but that’s subjective. I’m not a spice fiend, but I found this relish gave me a good spicy kick without overpowering the other flavours in the stir-fry, particularly the red pepper and spring onions. And besides, you’re in control of how much chilli heat you want to add. I used about half a jar but hey, if you want it super spicy, keep spooning it in! Wok this way… or whichever way you wish!
I can’t stress enough how this relish delights my taste buds. I love coconut and the relish contains real coconut without being too much of a good thing. It also includes a blend of red chillies (cayenne and birdseye), tantalising spices such as alligator pepper as well as other vegetarian/vegan friendly ingredients.
If you “relish” the thought of feasting on this tasty stir-fry, you can get my full, step-by-step recipe on Bim’s Kitchen website here.
I’ll be posting more recipes featuring Bim’s Kitchen delicious sauces and condiments over the coming months, so stay tuned!
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