Simple Thai Style Sauce

Thai style sauce ingredients

Table of contents

A run down

Short on time well this simple Thai style sauce i make is as easy and as quick as it can be. We use it a Thai stir fry sauce but even a great base sauce for for many a oriental dish’s. And it really is so simple.

We use a hand blender which has a chopping bowl attachment on it (seen in pictures) but any normal household blender or food processor will be fine.

I always try to make the night before and leave it in the fridge allowing the aromatic flavours of some of these ingredients to infuse Overnight. Its ok to hold for 4 -5 days and we often would do 2 different dishes throughout the week with it.

Tips

Top Tip 1: Play around with the spice i use birds eye chilis which are hot and fragrant ( I love the spice) but a long red mild chili maybe be better to start with, if you not to familiar with spice.

Top Tip 2 : The recipe calls for the juice of 1 lime when extracting juice cut lime in half and gentle heat in a bowl in a microwave for 30 seconds. The heat will release the natural juices even more making it easier to extract

So here it is our simple Thai style sauce

The Recipe

All you need

Serving Size:
Makes 2 stir fry or noodle dishes
Time:
5-7 Minutes
Difficulty:
Easy

Ingredients

  • 1 Red Chili (your choice spice)
  • Ginger
  • Coriander
  • Dried Lemongrass
  • Dried Lime Leaves
  • Garlic
  • Sesame oil
  • Juice of 1 lime
  • 1 tin Coconut milk
  • Peanut Butter

Directions

  1. First is to make the paste. In a blender, blend chilli, ginger, coriander, dried lemongrass, dried lime leaves, garlic and sesame. until paste.
  2. Empty tin of coconut milk and peanut butter into blender and blend again.
  3. Add the juice of one lime
Base ingredients
Blend ingreients
Add remaining ingredients
The sauce

And there you have it a simple and quick Thai sauce great as a Thai stir fry sauce or a substitute to a pad Thai sauce.

Want to read some more food related post by us then check out our food section Food Archives – Chalk & Cheese Travels.

Fancy a lovely Thai soup recipe we came across this the other day on Pinterest and loved it Northern Thai Style Coconut Soup

Enjoy!!

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10 thoughts on “Simple Thai Style Sauce

    1. Thanks for reading i hope you try let me know how you go

  1. Charley – Hi! My name is Charley and welcome to my little travel blog! After visitng South Africa in 2016, I caught the travel bug and have since been to 20 countries, ranging from New Zealand to Ukraine! Undaunted Adventure is a travel blog full of tips, tricks and my favourite memories. Hopefully they'll give you some inspiration to travel and to give you some hints of where to go! Roam Free - Travel Undaunted.
    Charley says:

    This sounds so delicious! I love Thai food so I’ll definitely have to try making this sauce for myself! Thanks for sharing!

  2. I usually avoid Thai sauces/food as it often contains anchovy paste and I’m allergic to fish and shellfish but your recipe sounds ideal. I love Thai food in theory as it’s exactly the kind of food I love but I always just aired on the side of caution because of my allergy. Thanks for this, it’s fab!

    1. Thanks for taking the time to read let us know if you try it

    2. Thanks for taking the time to read let us know if you try it

  3. iFlyMSP – After a 35-year travel industry career, the time has come to kick back and relax. Well, not exactly, but it is time to travel without a business schedule dictating where and when. Over the years I've traveled extensively by air for work, both domestically and internationally. I've been to some incredibly exciting and beautiful destinations, and some others, not so much. So now it's my turn (and hopefully yours), to explore the world at a more leisurely pace. Whether you want to discover the U.S. or another continent, the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport is a great starting point. And that's what this blog is all about. I'm not here to assist the rich and famous in figuring out how to best earn and utilize their millions of airline miles and hotel points. Instead, my focus will be on the average Joe and Josephine. Hard-working people (like you!) who have saved up over time for their once or twice a year escape from reality. So if you're contemplating a getaway from MSP or the Upper Midwest via the Twin Cities, you've come to the right place. Happy trails!
    iFlyMSP says:

    We WILL be trying this. Thanks. After rad na and a basil stir-fry tonight, we are ready to further explore this wonderful food from Thailand.

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