This recipe for homemade Pad Thai sauce is quite easy to make. Just six easy to find ingredients in the right combination will give your Pad Thai Noodles an authentic Thailand taste.
Balance of flavor is important in any type of cuisine. This is especially so with Thai food, and many times nearly all of the flavor will come from one or more of the dipping sauces that we serve on the side. This quick and easy dipping sauce recipe is guaranteed to satisfy the even the most discriminating Thai palate.
Traditionally used a a condiment for Gai Yang, our Thailand style barbecued chicken, Nam Jim Jeaw is a dipping sauce made with toasted and ground white rice, dried chilies, fresh lime juice, sugar, and fish sauce. It can be used to add a burst of authentic Thai flavor to any type of grilled meat.
Try this delicious spicy, sweet, and sour dipping sauce that we call Nam Jim Seafood. You'll appreciate how easy it is to whip some up. With just a few simple ingredients you can add an authentic Thai flavor to meats, fish, and snack foods.
How about a little Prik Nam Blah on the side? Fortunately this common Thai condiment is quite a bit easier to make than ketchup, for it's about as common on our table as that bottle of ketchup is on tables at western hamburger restaurants. Just a little high-quality fish sauce and some of the good, very hot, Thai chilies that we call Prik Kee Nu.