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Sweet chili sauce

Sweet chilli sauce

Sweet chili sauce (also known as Thai sweet chili sauce or sweet chilli sauce), known as nam chim kai in Thailand (Thai: น้ำจิ้มไก่), is a popular condiment in Thai, Malaysian, and Western cuisine. It is commonly made with red chile peppers (often fresno, thai or red jalapenos), rice wine vinegar, sometimes garlic, sometimes fish sauce and sweetening ingredient such as fruit or a refined sugar.[1]

It is popular as a dip in European Chinese restaurant dishes such as prawn toast, egg rolls, lettuce wraps, chicken wings and spring rolls. It can also be purchased in bottle form. In Australia, Europe and the United States, 'Thai sweet chilli sauce' is available as a condiment at many takeaway stores and supermarkets.

See also

  • Chili oil, a condiment made from chili and oil that adds heat to Asian dishes
  • Nam chim, various Thai dipping sauces
  • Nước chấm, Vietnamese sauce that has similar ingredients to sweet chili sauce but is more spicy and vinegary, and less sweet and thick in texture
  • Nam phrik, various Thai chili pastes
  • Sriracha, a Thai condiment sauce made from chilis that adds heat to a dish
  • Food Portal

References

  1. ^ What Can I Serve With Sweet Chili Sauce?", www.GlobalPost.com""". Retrieved May 4, 2014. 

External links

  • Recipe for Sweet Chilli Sauce


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