Thai sauce Recipes
These Thai recipes are written for you to know how to cook the Thai food that Thais eat in Thailand every day. These recipes have successfully taught millions of westerners, expatriates and Thai students abroad how to cook Thai food so that it tastes like food from home.
While each of these Thai recipes originated from our families, the Bankgok restaurants or foodcarts we love and the Thai cooks we respect, we have put them through rigorous testing prior to publishing. Each recipe has been tested, not just by experienced Thai cooks, but by regular western people learning at home. Creating these recipes, we explored variations in preparation, cook's taste buds, food knowledge backgrounds, and western kitchens. Please let us know how they worked for you.
Enjoy great Thai food the way it's meant to be loved.
Nam Pla Prig
Chili fish sauce is one of the most popular sauce that you will be served with in Thailand.
Easy versatile condiment for most dishes.
Nam Jim Gui Chai
A little sweet, a little sour soy sauce base with a hint of heat.
Nam Jim Goi Tiew Lohd
Sweet and sour sauce for steamed giant noodle rolls.
Nam Pla Prig Mamuang
Fish sauce with shredded green mango, spiced with Thai chilis, lime juice and shallots
Prig Nam Jim
A simple sauce that with wonderful toasted rice aroma.
Nam Jim Kow Mun Gai
It's this spicy sauce that makes the dish!
Nam Jim Tou Hu Tod
This peanut sauce truely dresses bland tofu up for the party.
Nam Jim Satay
Thick curried peanut sauce for dipping satay in.
Nam Jim Moo Ping
Sweet and sour (by tamrind) hot sauce with chopped cilantro.
Sweet, sour and hot sauce versatile to fried food.
Nam Pla Waan
Sweet and sour sauce, made from palm sugar and tamarind.
Nam Jim Tod Mun
The cucumber is pickled in sweet sour hot sauce topped with crushed peanuts.