Recipe by SMILEJENNA
"This is the perfect sauce for dipping lumpia."
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1 1/2 tablespoons
minced garlic, or to taste
red pepper flakes
This sauce was absolutely delicious... I followed the recipe except for the garlic I just used some Garlic-Jalapeno paste, and I put more crushed red pepper... I love spicy... and a friend also commented this could even be used for chicken wings... Haha I tasted the sauce and at first it tasted sweet then you feel the hotness after about 15 seconds lol...
Sorry, but we didn't really like this. It didn't taste like most lumpia sauce I have had. It was really sweet. We love garlic too, but it seemed like 2 tbsp. was a little to much.
A wonderful sweetness & tiny bit of spice is the perfect compliment for lumpias, thanks for the recipe!
Very good. Adjust garlic and red pepper flakes to taste. I added almost twice as much red pepper flakes and only made half the recipe. A keeper.
Tasty and very easy sauce. I upped the red pepper flakes to 1/2 teaspoon & it really gave it a great heat. Withouth the spicy notes it would be way too syrupy sweet.
Everyone enjoyed it, a bit sweet but it went really well with the lumpia.
Really good sauce - nice mix of sweet and hot. It probably could stand to be a little hotter...
This was a great recipe, but a little bit too sweet for us. I made it as written to start and then added a second cup of water; it's still too sugary though it worked great as a sauce. I'd recommend adding the brown sugar in a little bit at a time until the taste is right.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Smilejenna's Lumpia Sauce
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: < 1
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