Thai food may be my very favorite of all the foods. Maybe that’s just because it’s been Americanized like heck, but hey, tastes pretty good (and fresh) to me! I made this easy little peanut sauce that’s perfect with almost anything Thai. Got some noodles? Put this sauce on ’em. How about some spring rolls? I got you covered, gurl (or guy, whatever). Here’s what you need.
-1 1/2 T. canola or vegetable oil
-2 T. soy sauce (I used liquid aminos, a soy substitute)
-1 t. rice vinegar
-2 T. peanut butter (you can use creamy or chunky)
-1 T. honey (you may need a bit more)
-1 T. fresh grated ginger
*you can also add a bit of minced garlic, scallions, or sesame seeds to bring this sauce to the next level!
P.S. I photographed this by myself (without a tripod) while I was making it, so I didn’t catch all of the steps in photos.
1. Put your oil in a bowl.
2. Add all ingredients to the bowl, minus the garlic, scallions, or sesame seeds.
3. Mix it up and add your garnish!
It’s that simple!
We decided to do a lettuce wrap bar using this as the sauce.
Make it up. Make it good.