Peanut butter has a place on the dinner table. This recipe makes enough for two or three different meals. I made this in the vita mix and it came together in minutes.
Fish sauce is an extremely salty, fishy-tasting brown liquid that is a by-product of fish fermentation which is basically controlled rotting — letting bacteria feed on the sugars in food, creating lactic acid, a preservative. The fish — usually anchovies, but sometimes squid or other shellfish — is fermented in sea salt and water, then slowly pressed and strained. Fish sauce is great for adding a rich, salty, kind-of-fishy-but-not-in-a-gross-way flavor to savory dishes.
Thai sweet chili sauce is known as nam chim kai in Thailand. It is sold in bottles and available in Asian food markets, but instead of buying sweet chili sauce, try making this easy recipe. It only takes a few minutes to put together, and you can find everything you need in your pantry or at your local supermarket. There are no added preservatives or fatty ingredients in this homemade version, so it is also healthier.
And how great it was that we could build our own Southeast Asian bowls full of crispy freshness and bold flavors and incredible sauces? Is it too obvious that I am kind of trying to be them with the build your own bowl concept and a delicious curry sauce? Only difference being that I am setting up my Southeast Asian bowl extravaganza in my tiny Minnesota kitchen, where I reach my fingertips for the window longingly dreaming of the sun, and notice that oh yes, indeed, the windows now have a full layer of frost on the in-side-of-the-house.
Sweet and Tangy Thai Salad Dressing is made without fish sauce. In addition, this vinaigrette makes for a great dip for fresh spring rolls or egg rolls. Love Thai Food?
How to make the best Thai Peanut Sauce ever! This Peanut Sauce Recipe can be used as a dipping sauce, salad dressing, for peanut noodles or with chicken satay. Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links, which means that if you purchase the items I recommend through the links I provide, I get a small commission.
Recipe by: Bonnie Gertz. This simple, Asian-inspired dipping sauce is perfect for grilled meats and more. Great recipe!
Oh my goodness. That little jar in the Asian food aisle forever seems to be calling out my name. It is one of my favorite last-minute dinner secrets to making a yummy stir fry, a quick Asian salad, chicken satay, or whatever other peanut-y meal sounds good.
You can make the best T hai peanut sauce at home! Thai peanut sauce noodles and chicken is my new favorite! Thai Peanut Sauce had me all over the place when I first started testing recipes. Some recipes call for coconut milk, fish sauce and curry paste, while others stick with peanut butter, and sriracha.