Fried Mackerel In Chilli Sauce 155g x 12
No Preservatives
No Added MSG
155g Sweet and spicy chilli sauce recipe No Preservatives No added MSG   Wild caught mackerel in a spicy chilli sauce.  
AUD $ 21.00 each
AUD $ 21.00 each
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  • 155g
  • Sweet and spicy chilli sauce recipe
  • No Preservatives
  • No added MSG


Wild caught mackerel in a spicy chilli sauce.


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Fried mackerel (wild caught mackerel, sustainable palm oil) (60%), red chillies (19%) sugar, water, sustainable palm oil, salt.

Nutrition Information

Servings per package: 2.8

Serving size: 55g


Ave. Quantity Per serving

Ave. Quantity Per 100g


559 kJ

1017 kJ

134 Cal

243 Cal


8.5 g

15.4 g

Fat, total

7.2 g

13.0 g


3.0 g

5.5 g


8.3 g

15.0 g

Dietary Fibre

1.2 g

2.1 g


567 mg

1030 mg

A natural source of Omega-3

100g of mackerel provides you with more than 2000mg of Omega-3, your weekly needs.

No Nasties

AYAM™ has banned genetically modified ingredients, preservatives, added MSG and trans-fat in all AYAM™ products.


AYAM™ selects only cold oceans' mackerel. Living in the extreme cold condition makes them fattier, juicier and richer in Omega 3. Mackerel oil may appear on the surface of the sauce in the form of white particles, depending on the storage temperature and dissolves once heated.

Safe Foods

AYAM™ Sardines and Mackerel are produced under HACCP and ISO 9001:2008 certifications.

Sustainable Food

Sardines and mackerels are classified as sustainable fish.

The Best Natural Source Of Omega 3

100g of Mackerel contains more than 2000mg of Omega 3.

Black Bean Claypot

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  • 1 cup long grain rice
  • Water, as necessary
  • ½ tube soft egg tofu, lightly fried
  • 1 dried mushroom, soaked and sliced
  • 1 tsp of AYAM™ Thick Soya Sauce
  • 1 can of Ayam Brand™ Fried Mackerel in Black Beans


  • Thin omelet from one egg, finely sliced
  • 2 stalks spring onion, cut into 1/2 inch lengths


  1. Cook rice in the clay pot with sufficient water. Normally 1 cup of rice will need 1.5 cups of water.
  2. When the water is boiling, stir once and lower the heat.
  3. When you can see holes on top of the rice, place in sliced mushrooms, the tofu and the black bean mackerel on top. Then add in the dark soya sauce over everything in the claypot.
  4. Cover the pot until the rice is fully dry. Once dry, turn off the fire and let it rest on top of the stove for a 2 to 3 minutes
  5. As a tip, you can cook the rice in a rice cooker before preparing the claypot.


  1. Garnish with omelet and spring onions.
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