"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." — Rod Mowery
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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.
* 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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