Peanuts are one of my favorite foods. This Vietnamese Peanut Dipping Sauce Recipe is one of my favorite dipping sauces; it is delicious on many different foods.
The Vietnamese peanut dipping sauce is a popular dish to eat with the Vietnamese fresh spring rolls. The classic Vietnamese peanut dipping sauce contains nutrients, taste, and flavor. The Vietnamese Peanut Dippin Sauce is delicious and full of nourishment.
Table of Contents
- About The Vietnamese Peanut Dipping Sauce – (Sốt Bơ Đậu Phộng)
- All About Peanuts
- Related Recipes
About The Vietnamese Peanut Dipping Sauce – (Sốt Bơ Đậu Phộng)
The Vietnamese peanut dipping sauce (Sốt Bơ Đậu Phộng) is a trendy sauce for Vietnamese Fresh Spring Rolls, known in south Vietnam as gỏi cuốn. This sauce is used a lot in south Vietnam; some restaurants in North Vietnam may include it on the menu or as a dipping sauce for their spring rolls.
Vietnamese Fresh Spring Roll Recipes
Check out our Vietnamese Fresh Spring Roll Recipes. We have Vietnamese Shrimp Fresh Spring Rolls, Vietnamese Chicken Fresh Spring Rolls, Vegetarian Fresh Spring Rolls, and Vegan Fresh Spring Rolls. You can find our recipes by clicking on the link below:
- Vietnamese Shrimp Fresh Spring Rolls With Vietnamese Dipping Sauces find the recipe by clicking here
- Vietnamese Vegan Fresh Spring Rolls With Vietnamese Dipping Sauces find the recipe by clicking here.
- Vietnamese Vegetarian Fresh Spring Rolls With Vietnamese Dipping Sauces find the recipe by clicking here
- Vietnamese Chicken Fresh Spring Rolls With Vietnamese Dipping Sauces find the recipe by clicking here.
The Vietnamese Peanut Dipping Sauce Recipe -(Sốt Bơ Đậu Phộng)
The Vietnamese peanut dipping sauce recipe (Sốt Bơ Đậu Phộng) is a favorite for many people; the peanut sauce complements the Vietnamese fresh spring rolls. It has e perfect blend of peanuts with a decidedly Asian taste. The Vietnamese peanut dipping sauce also tastes great with a variety of foods and dishes.
Here are a few things to remember when making this peanut dipping sauce (Sốt Bơ Đậu Phộng):
- Easy Dipping Sauce to Make – This is an effortless peanut dipping sauce. It will take you about 20 minutes to make it. You can store it in the fridge and use it as a dip for other foods as chicken and fried tofu.
- Not Exact Measurements – So much of Vietnamese cooking is not have exact measurements. That is why this recipe will say from 2 to 3 heaping tablespoons, as it is up to you to decide how much of a peanut butter taste you will want for the dipping sauce. I personally go with 3 tablespoons as I like the peanut taste.
- Fresh Ingredients – For the garlic, and shallots, use fresh ingredients. The garlic in a jar or tube does not do well in Asian cooking, and fresh ingredients taste much better.
- Can Make Keto-friendly – If you want to make this recipe keto-friendly, then use sugar-free peanut butter, and keto-friendly hoisin sauce (or make your own). To make the spring rolls keto-friendly, check out our lettuce-wrapped spring rolls.
- Red Chillis- We like the fresh red chilies in our sauce; you can omit this if you do not like red chilies or cannot easily find them.
- Crushed Peanuts – I am a huge fan of peanuts, so we add crushed peanuts in the end before serving. The crushed peanuts help to pack the dipping sauce with a lot of extra flavor.
- Sesame oil – Sesame oil is the perfect oil for this dipping sauce, so make sure you use an Asian brand of sesame oil.
All About Peanuts
Peanuts and peanut butter are some of my favorite food. Most Americans tend to agree with me as 94% of American households have at least one jar of peanut butter in the pantry. Peanuts and peanut butter continue to be popular choices for most Americans.
Here are some interesting facts about peanuts and why this peanut dipping sauce tastes so darn good!
Why Do Peanuts Taste So Darn Good?
There are many reasons why peanuts taste so good and mix so well in so many different dishes. This Vietnamese peanut dipping sauce is an excellent example of how flavorful peanuts can be in a dipping sauce.
Peanuts taste so good because they have the right combination of protein, nutrients, and fiber. Adding salt or a bit of sweetness to the peanut enhances the natural peanut taste.
Here is some reason why peanuts taste so darn good and are also a great healthy food choice:
- Protein – Peanuts have more protein than any other nut. This amount of protein helps to keep you satisfied been meals. The high arginine content in peanuts is also known to help support healthy blood pressure and heart arteries.
- Nutrients – Peanuts are a good source of Vitamin E, magnesium, niacin, copper, and manganese. In other words, peanuts are packed full of nutrients.
- Fiber – Peanuts also have a lot of great fiber. This fiber helps keep you full between meals and improves your blood cholesterol level.
- Low Carb – One of the great benefits of peanuts is their low carb and low sugar. This low-carb and low-sugar combination helps support blood glucose while helping you sustain your energy level.
- Bioactive – Peanuts are known to be bioactive, which reduces inflammation and lowers the risk of certain types of cancers.
- Healthy Fats – Peanuts are high in fat, so peanuts often have a bad name. But the fact that peanuts have is mono and polyunsaturated fats that are known to be healthy.
The Vietnamese have been growing peanuts and using peanuts in their foods for hundreds of years. The Vietnamese know how to mix peanuts in their dishes; this Vietnamese peanut dipping sauce is an excellent example.
Many foods essential to the Vietnamese diet are not native to Vietnam. The Spanish explorers, through their trade with the Vietnamese, were thought to bring peanuts to Vietnam. Even if peanuts are not a food that is native to Vietnam, they have become an essential part of Vietnamese cooking.
Peanuts originate from South America. They are now grown in tropical and subtropical regions around the world. The peanut came to the United States in the 1700s on sailing ships carrying slaves to America.
How many whole peanuts would make up a tablespoon of peanut butter?
This Vietnamese Peanut Dipping sauce is loaded with peanuts and tastes peanut. Not only are there crushed peanuts in the sauce, but there are also peanuts in the peanut butter.
A 12-ounce jar of peanut butter has approximately 24 tablespoons of peanut butter. We know from the National Peanut Board that a 12-ounce jar of peanut butter has 540 peanuts. Therefore, one ounce of peanut butter would have 45 peanuts. If one ounce of peanut butter has 45 peanuts and measures as two tablespoons, one tablespoon of peanut butter would have approximately 22.5 whole peanuts.
This recipe calls for 2 to 3 heaping tablespoons of peanuts butter (depending on how much of a peanut taste you want for the dipping sauce), so the peanut butter would contain from 45 whole peanuts (2 Tablespoons) to 67.5 peanuts (3 tablespoons) of peanut butter.
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Our Homemade Vietnamese Sriracha Fresh Hot Chili Sauce Recipe is made from all fresh ingredients and is easy to make at home. It is one of my favorite chili sauce recipes; I prefer the fresh version over any bottled versions of the Sriracha or Hot Chili sauces.
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