Recipe: Thai Peanut Dipping Sauce :: Easy Like A Sunday Morning

Recipe: Thai Peanut Dipping Sauce :: Easy Like A Sunday Morning


Easy Like a Sunday Morning, that’s how the recipes in my “Easy” category will be. Nothing rushed or frantic, nothing with a long list of ingredients. Something that is so easy, you don’t really need a recipe. Something that almost cooks itself or requires no cooking at all.


This Peanut Sauce is crazy good. I think I could eat it everyday and never get tired or bored with it.

It’s only slightly different from the sauce I used in my Stir-Fry Chicken recipe. The peanut sauce for the stir-fry is pretty runny. Perfectly fine for a stir-fry but not great if you want to use it as a dip. I wanted a thicker sauce to dip steamed vegetables, so I decided to try adding some coconut flour.

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It worked like a charm. The Sauce is thicker and I love the enhanced coconut aroma and flavour the coconut flour gives the dip.

Of course, you could still heat this peanut sauce and use it for stir-fry, or simply drizzle it over a bowl of warm cooked rice noodles.

This recipe makes about a cup of sauce, which will be plenty for dipping our steamed veggies. If there is any sauce left over, I’ve got a recipe for spring rolls on my Must-Make-List that I want to try. Spring Rolls done up in rice wraps with some of this sauce should make for a heavenly lunch. Oh, now I’m hoping there will be some leftover sauce.

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I also think this sauce would be good as a spread on burgers, or as a dressing for a cold rice noodle salad.

Peanut sauce on a burger? Honestly, I think you should give it a try. Make sure you fry up some bacon to have on that burger. One of our local restaurants serves a Peanut Butter Bacon Burger and the wait staff told us it’s one of their best sellers. I haven’t tried it because of the gluten in their burger buns, so I will have to believe that if it’s popular, it must taste good.

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You could probably also use this as a dipping sauce for some Thai Satay and for a nut free alternative, try using Sunbutter in place of the peanut butter. I guess that would make it a Thai Sunbutter Dipping Sauce.

Recipe: Thai Peanut Dipping Sauce

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Summary: A sauce so delicious, I could eat it everyday!

Gluten Free | Grain Free | Sugar Free | Dairy Free | Egg Free | Vegan | Vegetarian

Inspired by Basic Peanut Sauce at Broke Ass Gourmet

*** Always refer to packaging labels for the most up to date allergy information.

Ingredients

  • 3/4 Cup coconut milk, about 1/2 can
  • 1 1/2 – 2 Tbsp coconut flour
  • 1/4 Cup natural peanut butter
  • 2 tbsp gluten free soy sauce
  • juice of one lime
  • 1 Tbsp apple cider vinegar
  • 1-2 tsp(s) sirachi chili sauce
  • 1 1/2 Tbsp honey
  • 2 cloves garlic, minced
  • 1 small piece ginger, peeled
  • 1 small bunch cilantro, about 1/3 Cup loosely packed

Instructions

  1. Heat coconut milk in a small saucepan over medium heat until almost boiling. Stir in coconut flour, whisk until blended. Allow to simmer for a few minutes until milk begins to thicken. Remove from heat, set aside to cool.
  2. Add remaining ingredients to a food processor or blender. Add cooled coconut milk mixture. Blend until smooth. Taste, increase spiciness by adding more chili sauce if desired.

Serving Suggestions

  1. Serve chilled or at room temperature as a dipping sauce for grilled, roasted or lightly steamed vegetables. Use as a dip for spring rolls, a spread on burgers, or as a dressing for cold rice noodle salad.
  2. Heat and use as a sauce for stir-fry, or simply drizzle over a bowl of warm cooked rice noodles. You could probably also use this as a dipping sauce for Thai Satay.

Quick notes

  • Unless you have plans to use all of the coconut milk right away, you can freeze the extra half a can for later use.

Variations

  • For a nut free version, try replacing the peanut butter with Sunbutter.

Recipe by Laureen.

Preparation time: 15 minute(s)

Cooking time: 5 minute(s)

Diet type: Vegan | Vegetarian

Diet tags: Gluten Free | Grain Free | Sugar Free | Dairy Free | Egg Free

Number of servings (yield): about 1 Cup

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Laureen Fox is an enthusiastic amateur cook and Canadian Food Blogger from Vancouver BC. She loves spending her days creating good wholesome food in the Fox Kitchen. Evenings will find her blogging about the best that living without gluten has to offer.

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9 comments

  1. heathergfc says:

    This sauce sounds delicious! I’ll bet it would be great as a salad dressing too. I’m thinking of using it as a mayo in my veggie wrap. Yum! Thanks for sharing!

  2. Miz Helen says:

    What a great dipping sauce , can’t wait to taste it. Thank you very much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and have a great week!
    Come Back Soon,
    Miz Helen

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