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Peanut dipping sauce for summer rolls

Updated on March 5, 2013

There are several types of dipping sauce for summer rolls, one of the popular is peanut dipping sauce.
It might not popular in Vietnam where we prefer nuoc cham - nước chấm but I found it tasty and easy to handle. If you are interested in other types of dipping sauce, we'll go further soon. Meanwhile, let peanut sauce!!

peanut dipping sauce for summer rolls
peanut dipping sauce for summer rolls | Source

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SERVES 4

INGREDIENTS
2 tbsp. hoisin sauce
1 tbsp. smooth peanut sauce
1-2 clove garlic, minced
1 tbsp. oil
1/3 cup water
1 tsp. fresh lemon/lime juice (optional)
1tsp. roasted peanut, crushed

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Pour oil into a small pan or saucepan, add garlic. When it turn brown add hoisin sauce then peanut butte, stir and add water, keep stirring to a consistent mixture.
    Transfer to a container and let cool.
    Before serving: mix with lemon juice and sprinkle crushed roasted peanut.

Recipe in pictures

heat oil in a small pan or sauce pan
heat oil in a small pan or sauce pan | Source
add garlic
add garlic | Source
when turns brown add hoisin sauce
when turns brown add hoisin sauce | Source
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then add peanut sauce
then add peanut sauce | Source
and stir/whisk
and stir/whisk | Source
add water to reduce heat/prevent burning and to make the sauce more running
add water to reduce heat/prevent burning and to make the sauce more running | Source
let it thicken a bit
let it thicken a bit | Source
and cooked
and cooked | Source
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then transfer to a container
then transfer to a container | Source
Before serving  mix with lime/lemon juice
Before serving mix with lime/lemon juice | Source
then sprinkle with crushed peanut
then sprinkle with crushed peanut | Source
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Voila!!
Voila!! | Source

Do you know that a quick dip into warm water/NOT soak is enough to make it soft but remain resilient and easy to work with?

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