Recipe by Rod Mowery
"A sweet spicy sauce or glaze meant to complement any light protein. For example you could squirt it on chicken, yellow fin tuna, sea bass, or sword fish."
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mango, peeled and seeded
1 1/2 tablespoons
Thai pepper garlic sauce
This sauce was very tasty. Made a few changes...added some lemon and lime juices and a little red pepper. Was pretty easy to make, but had a hard time finding the Thai sauce to put in it. Had to go to bunch of different stores before I found it.
This tastes EXACTLY like the mango sauce served at my favorite Thai restaurant. I have been making this mango sauce for years and always come back to this exact recipe. I have used it in the past on chicken when I ate meat and now I use it on tofu and faux chicken and it is still just as amazing. Use whatever meat or faux-meat you want, stir fry with red and yellow peppers, onions and add sauce, cook a little longer, serve over rice. For extra heat sometimes I will add more garlic pepper sauce or just add some dried thai chiles.
Easy, fab and perfect! Lime juice cut the sweetness and I put it on grilled halibut. WOW. Will use this as a dipping sauce for grilled shrimp at my Fourth of July party. Sure to be a hit.
Super easy to make and gives a really tropical twist to Pork Loin and grilled fish. Followed another reviewer with the lime (add a little at a time to knock down the sweetness to your desire) and red pepper. I also shaved several pieces of mango to garnish. On a lark I put some on open faced biscuits for the grandkids and they 'wolfed' it down in a heartbeat! I see lots of applications for this sauce/glaze.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Thai Mango Sauce
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 1
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