I would give this a 12 if I could! It's the sauce you love in the restaurants, only better! We made it to eat with salad rolls and it was wonderful. Turns out it was also perfect for some romaine leaves we had last night and some cabbage as an asian slaw...I may just put some on my french fries too!<br/>Truely J.Ko, it is wonderful, thank you so much for posting!<br/>PS -DH put this together so it was made exactly as written! :)
Yummo! Sadly I had no carrots on hand and I used vegan oyster sauce instead of fish sauce when making this but it was still awesome! I would also cut back the sugar a little next time.
Great sauce, just the recipe I'd always been looking for. Next time around I'd probably use less sugar, but otherwise I'd keep it exactly as is. Goes well with http://www.recipezaar.com/Thai-Grilled-Chicken-189048 Thanks!
Excellent sweet dipping sauce! Definitely a keeper that I'll use often. I thought it was going to be too sweet, but after a few hours in the refrigerator, the flavours settled, and it was perfect. Thanks J.Ko! Made for PAC Fall 2007.
I am so impressed with this sauce. We did a Thai themed dinner and this was the dipping sauce we used. It was the best that we had ever eaten. Used it for dipping wontons and spring rolls. Thanks J. Ko for the great recipe. Deb
great dipping sauce!! tasted very similar to the sweet & sour sauce that i'm used to. i did add a bit of cornstarch to thicken up a bit & left the shredded carrot out since it was the only ingredient i didnt have on hand.
This sauce is better than the one we like at the restaurant. Everybody loved it. I am going to do it again. Thank you for sharing.