Thai Green Curry Sauce
Green Curry is a Thai favorite served with meat or seafood and vegetables over jasmine rice or vermicelli rice noodles. The essence of green curry is from the Thai basil and green chilies. Watcharee has created a blend of sour, sweet and salty flavors in her sauce that are the hallmark of Thai cuisine. Gluten Free and Non-GMO
83701022 · UPC 094368999991 · 6/11.5 oz.
Thai Massaman Curry Sauce
Massaman curry has origins in India, but was created in Thailand over 200 years ago. It has been ranked by CNN Travel as the “most delicious food ever created”. The traditional recipe used with this sweet and spicy curry uses beef, but you may substitute pork, chicken, turkey or tofu. Gluten Free and Non-GMO
83701032 · UPC 094368999984 · 6/11.5 oz.
Watcharee’s Thai Peanut Sauce
About This Item
Watcharee’s Thai Peanut Sauce is rich but never over-powering. It is a spicy sidekick on satay and a grilled delight on skewered meat or fish. Watcharee’s Thai Peanut Sauce is a favorite here at Dorothy Lane Market as it brings a tangy warmth to vegetables, noodles, or wraps.
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Coconut Milk , Coconut Sugar, Peanut Butter , Sugar, Lime Juice , Red Curry Paste , Massaman Curry Paste , Sunflower Oil, Tamarind Concentrate , Salt. Contains: Peanuts, Tree Nuts, and Soy
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Steamed Seafood With Peanut Sauce
1 jar Watcharee’s Thai Peanut Sauce
1Â½ lb. seafood
Add water to a 12-inch wok or large pot to a depth of 2-3 inches. Place a bamboo steamer basket or a steamer rack inside the wok. The water level should be below the bottom of the steamer basket or rack. Cover the lid and bring the water to a boil over high heat. Place seafood inside a dish or bowl that fits inside the steamer basket or on top of the steamer rack. Steam on high heat for 7-10 minutes, depending on the size of the seafood, or until seafood is cooked through. Check the water level and add more water as necessary. Carefully remove the cooked seafood. Warm the peanut sauce in a sauce pan and use as a dipping sauce. Serve with steamed vegetables or fresh vegetables such as green beans, asparagus, cucumbers, carrots, cauliflower or broccoli.