We prepared this modified hoisin sauce to go with our fresh salad rolls but it can be used for other things as well. We hope you enjoy it.
This delicious, spicy sauce is very easy to make if you have the right equipment, mainly the granite mortar and pestle which does all the work for you.
In just a few minutes you can pound these toget
Nam Jim Jeaw is a popular sauce for grilled meat. We offer a packaged "E-San Sauce" (see below) which is the same thing, so now you can make it from scratch. The flavor is unique, smokey from the roaste
This recipe is normally made from sun dried chilis. You can chop fresh chilis and spread them on a cookie tray and put them under the broiler until fairly dry. This sauce keeps well, and is popular as
This is a great recipe using our Fish Powder with Chili
This fresh, spicy sour garlic dipping is full of rich green color, and we love it with chicken (as shown). Also popular to serve with steamed fish. Excellent with sticky rice.
Make your own fresh Chili Garlic Sauce with this easy to use recipe.
ImportFood.com has been selling the finest quality pre-made Thai curry paste since 1999. While we recommend packaged curry paste for overall quality and convenience, many people have expressed an inte
Make your own all natural hot sauce that's free of preservatives using the best fresh ingredients!
On a seasonal basis, usually May - September, we have beautiful fresh red chile peppers that are load
In Thailand the first two condiments below (Nam pla prik and Prik dong) are likely be on every household's table together with a separate small dish of plain white sugar and a separate small dish of&nb
The tamarind sauce that's prepared as part of this recipe is delicious and can be used for all kinds of dishes, we especially like it with our recipe for duck-fried rice.
This is a simple, Thai-style, sweet and sour sauce. Note that it isn't pink! The sauce is spicy and has complex flavors.
Serve with any grilled meat. We enjoyed it here with chicken, som tum, sticky r
This authentic Thai recipe is a regional delight which originated in the north of Thailand. When completed it looks a bit like sloppy joes, or taco filling.
The main ingredients are ground fatty pork
This recipe is for a very aromatic dipping sauce that is not typically something the American nose will appreciate, but drives the Thai person wild with memories of home (see photo below). Namprik Kap
In the March 2009 issue of Martha Stewart Living magazine, this recipe was featured along with a suggestion to purchase Sambal Oelek from ImportFood.com. The endorsement of American icon Martha Stewar
Peanut sauce is actually of Malaysian or Indonesian origin. Very few dishes served in Thailand actually use peanut sauce but it has become a very popular part of American-Thai food. The peanut sauce b
Sadao (which has an English name of "Neem Flower") is a bitter, dark green vegetable. The flowers, leaves, stalks, fruits, roots and bark have medicinal properties. This recipe is typical for the way sa
This is a common dip for assorted seafood and barbeque style foods.
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