Creamy & nutty, this effortless Thai dipping sauce will become a staple in your kitchen when making some of your favorite Asian foods. With a few ingredients, it’s perfect on noodles, salads & many more!
If you’ve been reading the blog for some time, you know that I love easy, simple meals. Especially when I’m too busy to cook. Like many are these days, I have been spending more time homeschooling and working.
As many of you are now becoming aware, homeschooling is not for everyone, and it takes a special kind of person to teach. Much respect to all of our teachers. I miss you all!!!
Therefore, we must allocate “extra” time in the day to prepare a well-balanced meal while still maintaining a normal work schedule, and make sure the kids are not in front of the tv screen all day.
Preparing sauces like this Thai dipping sauce to flavor or accommodate a main dish alleviates a lot of stressful meal planning. It is so quick and easy to make it can even accommodate carry-out themed dinner night. I like the fact it can easily be refrigerated for later use.
In the past, I’ve posted my Ramen beef soup, but today I’m finally sharing one of my favorite with you. I do enjoy other versions of peanut sauces when I make beef and peanut stew, but there’s nothing like this dipping sauce.
About This Thai Dipping Sauce
Various version of this sauce is used in Asian cuisine. You don’t need to worry about overwhelming flavors. And it accommodates beef, poultry, and seafood well. Just so you know, you don’t have to worry about using it for only one “particular” type of meal. It enhances the flavor of almost all dishes.
If you like a little more heat, you can spice it up as well! This Thai dipping sauce has an incredible sweet and savory flavor that’s even more delicious on roasted veggies.
How long does it take to make the dipping Sauce
With 8-10 minutes of your time, you can make this sauce while you prepare your sides.
You only need 5 basic ingredients to make this easy recipe:
- Teriyaki Sauce
- Cayenne Pepper
- Peanut Butter
- Orange Juice
How to Make Thai Peanut Dip
To make this recipe, simply stir or whisk the Teriyaki sauce, cayenne pepper, peanut butter, orange juice and garlic together in a bowl until they create a succulent, smooth sauce.
When you first mixed the ingredients, it will appear as if the peanut butter is refusing to blend in with the other ingredients, but continue to mix with a fork or whisk. At the end, the mixture will look something like this:
This is totally normal! The sauce will start to form the longer it sits. The mixture in these pictures was prepared to base the chicken, shrimp, and mushroom kabobs.
If you are not preparing it to use as a base, I recommend blending the ingredients in a blender so that all the garlic lumps are liquified, leaving you with a smoother sauce.
If you are a fan of garlic, then by all means, dip all day long!
Continue whisking or blend as needed until you reach your desired consistency.
Thai Peanut Dipping Sauce Serving Suggestions
This Thai dipping sauce is very versatile, and I use it all sorts of ways in my kitchen. Like I said previously, this recipe comes in handy especially when I do not have much time to spend in the kitchen. Here are some of my favorite ways to use it:
what did you serve this dipping sauce with? Let me know in the comments!
If you love this Peanut Dipping sauce recipe…
Try adding it to this Poulet en sauce, or try this mango jerk sauce, or this Tzatziki sauce.
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The Best Thai Peanut Sauce
- ⅓ Cup Peanut Butter Creamy
- ⅔ Cup Teriyaki Sauce
- 1 Tsp. Ground Cayenne Pepper
- 3 Tbsp. Orange Juice
- 2 Garlic Cloves Minced
- Combine the teriyaki sauce, cayenne pepper, peanut butter, orange juice, and garlic in one bowl. Mix well.
- Use a blender to fully blend the ingredient and add more peanut butter to make the sauce thicker, if desired.
- Serve as a dipping sauce and enjoy!
Very simple, easy and flavorful. Loved it.
Yes, very simple.
This is the perfect sauce to pair with my tofu rice paper wraps! Yum!
That sounds good!
Oh my gosh, this looks amazing. Very few ingredients and so easy. My son would love this on his chicken kabobs. I’m going to make this next week. Thanks for sharing.
It’s great on kabobs!
I am trying this dip for spring rolls, it’s going to be delicious!
Matt @ Plating Pixels
This sauce is amazing and can literally go on anything! It’s especially good with meats.
Yes, it is.
I love Thai flavours and this is right up my alley. I can’t wait to try it for some chicken skewers this week.
Thank you, it will be perfect on chicken skewers.
Oh my goodness, this sounds marvelous! I want to dip everything in this.
Thank you, Andrea!
Thank you for this recipe. Made it today..very easy and delicious
This sauce is delicious! Used it drizzled over chicken actually and it worked wonders.
Great! I am glad to hear that Emily.
I love to make this and put it on everything! So easy and delicious…thanks!