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Sweet Thai Peanut Dip Recipe

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NAMASYE BY,

last night I made the most amazing thai dip for my raw veggies and the entire time I was munching it down i thought to myself I need to write this down and share it‚Ķ it’s that good.

I will give you just guesstimates of measurements and you can adjust to flavor.

The dip is creamy, sweet, sour, savory, spicy and lemony with a divine thai peanut base.

The reason I made this dip is because the night before I had guests over and I made a huge green papaya salad. I had a lot of palm sugar sweet and spicy dressing left from it.

You will need a good blender and raw veggies to serve with the dip. I ate it with lettuce leaves and cherry tomatoes.

Ingredients:

This will make a few bowls of dip.

A quarter block of tofu (I used trader joe’s organic sprouted tofu and I highly recommend it for both health and flavor reasons)

3-4 Carrots

1/4 of a Medium size Green Papaya (this is optional and I am sure you can replace it with chayote squash, zucchini, more tofu or any other dip base) Green Papaya is an nutritional, health and enzymatic powerhouse.

1/2 small bunch of cilantro (this definitely destroyed the color of the dip and made it look a bit muddy so you can leave this for last and add it chopped up rather than blended)

Palm Sugar – I used a thai brand palm sugar rounds and I used quite a bit of it plus I added a pack of stevia in order to boost the sweetness of the sugar. I used 4-5 small rounds of sugar.

3-5 tbsp of peanuts (Peanut Butter would work great)

Lime to taste

A splash of coconut vinegar (rice vinegar or any other is fine)

Tamari sauce (to taste)

Tamarind (I used sweet thai tamarind soaked in water but I think sour tamarind will work much better for this recipe) I used 2 pieces maybe but again I feel more tamarind will be even better ūüôā

Habanero pepper (just a small piece)

a small piece of Ginger

a few small slices of Lemongrass

Hot Sauce (optional)

Aleppo pepper (optional)

a piece of Orange /Red Bell pepper (optional)

Garlic

Coconut Milk to desired consistency

 

BLEND BLEND BLEND

SERVE as a veggie dip or a salad dressing.

Green Papaya benefits:

  • ‚óŹ Improving the digestive system
  • ‚óŹ Boosting the immune system
  • ‚óŹ Protecting from urinary track infections
  • ‚óŹ Improving milk flow in nursing mothers
  • ‚óŹ Healing a range of¬†skin conditions¬†
  • ‚óŹ Decreasing¬†inflammation
  • ‚óŹ Cleansing intestinal track
  • ‚óŹ Helping to¬†eliminate parasites & amoeba
  • ‚óŹ Fighting nausea and constipation
  • ‚óŹ Promoting cardiovascular health
  • ‚óŹ Regenerating muscle tissue
  • ‚óŹ Aiding the¬†elimination of toxins
  • ‚óŹ Increasing energy
  • ‚óŹ Fighting infections
  • ‚óŹ Accelerating the healing of burns, sores and wounds

 

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