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Suki Dipping Sauce (Nam Jim Suki)

This sauce is the perfect choice for your next hotpot, and is also nice as a sauce for noodles. Once you have made your hotpot, just dip the boiled vegetables and meats into the sauce and get ready to enjoy the strong flavours! We have made ours quite spicy so adjust the number of chillies depending on your own tastes, …

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Grilled Mackerel Dipping Sauce (Nam Prik Pla Tuu-Pla-Raa)

This is a hot fishy dip that goes great with vegetables, rice, or anything you like as a tasty yet healthy snack or meal! It is cheap to make, and although usually made with a mortar and pestle, you could speed things up by using a food processor. As always adjust the amount of chillies used to your own preference …

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Steamed Salmon Rolls With Spicy Seafood Dipping Sauce

This is a light, healthy yet tasty recipe that is great if you are looking for low calorie recipe ideas. It tastes good cold so you could take it work with you as a sandwich replacement, and it is low in carbs. The dipping sauce is sour and spicy and also pairs well with other types of fish, and adds …

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How To Make Nam Prik Goong Siap (Thai Spicy Shrimp Relish)

This is a very spicy dip that is thick and chunky and more like a relish. You can serve it with some fresh or cooked vegetables, or even rice. In this recipe we have used 5 chillies for one portion however you may want to reduce as this was very fiery. The key ingredients is the toasted shrimp paste, and …

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Roasted Tuna Chilli Dip (Nam Prik Kua Tuna)

This is a thick and dry dip that is quite like a relish. It is a mixture of hot, sweet, salty and sour flavours, however is well balanced and not too strong in any one type of flavour. The texture is very crunchy thanks to the shallots, garlic and peanuts, and it pairs really well with some fresh vegetables, but …

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Thai Soya Bean Dipping Sauce Recipe (Tao Jiew Lon)

This recipe is different from most other Thai dips as it uses coconut cream as one of its main flavours. Combined with soya beans, ground pork, and prawns, you get a creamy and savoury dish that goes well with fresh vegetables and rice. This is a mild dip so its great for anyone who doesn’t like spicy dips, and it …

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How To Make Green Mango Chilli Sauce

Chilli fish sauce always makes food taste better, however by adding grated green mango and lime juice, you end up with an even tastier sauce that goes really well with fish. In this recipe we have served the sauce with a fried sea bass, but you can use whatever type of fish you prefer. The sauce is a great blend …

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Spicy Chilli Dip From Hell (Nam Prik Narok)

This dip is extremely spicy, and the Thai name for it pretty much translates into chilli dip from hell, which should give you fair warning about just how spicy it is! You can serve this as a dip with chopped vegetables, meat, or even just with rice. This is a great dip for when you are craving spice, but it …

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Tuna Chilli Dip Recipe (Nam Prik Pla Tu)

Chilli dips are one of the staples of Thai cooking, and are extremely versatile, being used as everything from dips for fresh vegetables to relishes to enhance the flavour of other dishes. This dish is often made with Thai mackerel however for this of us not in Thailand, canned tuna is a great substitute.   We hope you enjoyed this …

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Thai Peanut Sauce And Cucumber Relish Recipe

These 2 sauces work perfectly when served with satay (Click to see our satay recipe). Usually the peanut sauce is only served with satay, however it can also be paired as a dip with other dishes if you wish! The cucumber relish is a fresh and flavourful crunchy dip that is so simple that it only takes a few minutes …

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Nam Prik Ong Recipe (Spicy Tomato And Pork Chilli Dip)

Nam prik ong is a mildly spicy tomato and shrimp paste chilli dip made with minced pork which gives it a kind of bolognese or taco filling type appearance. It originates from Northern Thailand, and the final taste is a delicious blend of sweet, sour and salty, and is somewhat mild in heat, particularly when compared to most other Thai …

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Vietnamese Pork And Shrimp Spring Rolls (Summer Rolls) With Special Dip

The simplest way to describe these delicious and fresh spring rolls, is as a salad crammed into an edible container. The exact recipe can be customised depending on your tastes, however the basic idea is to stuff rice paper rolls with fresh crunchy vegetables and your favourite protein source – in this case we have used shrimp and vietnamese pork …