Total Time
5mins
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

It has taken me a long time and many trials and errors to discover what I believe to be an ideal dipping sauce for pot stickers etc. Here it is. You can use any amounts you desire depending on how much sauce you will need. the only measurements that are important are the ratios.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Mix all ingredients and serve.
  2. I suggest that you allow the sauce to sit for at least half an hour so all the flavors can blend together and make a smoother sauce.

Reviews

(4)
Most Helpful

I used this for dipping sauce for recipe #98345 . I thought it was just a touch too sweet. But my dh really liked it. I like the kick that the chile gives it. I think I will try this with my lettuce wraps instead of my usual sauce. Thank you very much for sharing this lovely recipe.

Feej August 09, 2007

Eggcellent on eggrolls and springrolls, although I skipped the sugar. Oh, and to anyone who decides to make this wonderful sauce, I recommend adding just a touch of sesame oil to *really* give it a nice flavor. I had to use powdered ginger, which worked out just fine, and I also didn't have the Thai chile so I used my Sriracha hot chili sauce (I love this stuff), which is another reason why I opted to skip the sugar since the Sriracha already has a little sugar in it. I highly recommend this dipping sauce recipe!

-Patrish December 29, 2005

This is indeed a very good dipping sauce I served it with Empanadas but it would be excellent with potstickers, spring rolls or lettuce wraps It is quick & easy to prepare and I usually have all the ingredients in the house. I agree with the suggestion to let it sit I made mine 1 hour before serving Thanks I'm gald you experimented until you got it just right markthegastonome

Bergy January 06, 2003

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