Yellow Thai Curry Sauce 88 Oz
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So this sauce.
It is a throw everything in the food processor and watch the magic happen kind of sauce. My favourite kind.
Usually, Thai almond butter recipes have soy or tamari in them. I used coconut aminos instead to keep it whole30 and sweetened it with a medjool date. For those on whole 30 that dont do dates you can eliminate it. For those that dont care what sweetener you use, maple syrup is also a very tasty option. You will then want to consume as much of this sauce as possible on tacos, with collard wraps, in rice wraps or by licking the spoon .
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Yais Thai Almond Sauce Selected As Nexty Award Finalist
Visit Yais Thai at Booth #8818 at Natural Products Expo East in Baltimore, MD, September 14-16th
Denver, CO Yais Thai Almond Sauce has been selected as a finalist for the NEXTY Award in the category of Best New Special Diet Food. The NEXTY Awards recognize innovative and progressive products that uphold the integrity of the natural products industry.
We are honored that the judges selected our Thai Almond Sauce as a finalist in a category that were so passionate about, said Sarah Hughes, Co-founder and COO. We released this product as a direct response to the ever-expanding community of people adhering to special diets as part of a healthier lifestyle, and we are thrilled that the judges recognize this as a product that is advancing the industry.Yais Thai Almond Sauce is an adapted version of Thai peanut sauce, with almonds as a base, coconut milk, and the companys own blend of red curry paste. It is naturally sweetened with tamarind juice instead of any added sugars. The sauce is compliant with a variety of specialty diets including gluten free, grain free, vegan, keto, paleo, and Whole30, and is very low in sodium.
There has been an overwhelmingly positive response from consumers since debuting this product in March 2017.
Yais Thai Almond Sauce fills a big hole in the healthy food arena and definitely fills one that was in my kitchen, said Bailey Ryan, author of the blog Paleo Bailey.
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Thai Meatball Meal Prep Bowls
I love to have meal prep bowls that are delicious eaten cold or warmed up. These Thai meatball meal prep bowls are perfect and delicious either way! My personal favorite is to toss it all together and eat it as a cold Thai salad. The veggies are so crisp and crunchy, the meatballs are tender and loaded with flavor and the almond sauce is the perfect way to bring it all together.
Another great thing about these on-the-go lunches is that they hardly take any time at all to throw together! The meatballs are super easy to make and they bake in the oven, so you dont have to stand over the stove. I use a cookie scoop to make sure they are an equal size and it saves so much time. Three simple steps and you have the protein ready for your bowls!
While the meatballs are baking, I make the salad. It is so easy but adds such a crisp and refreshing bite. You can use a mix of your favorite veggies, but I love the bell peppers and carrots together. Cabbage, snap/snow peas or mung bean sprouts would also be great additions. The herbs add a nice fresh flavor and the cashews give that salty, crunchy bite.
To make my life easier, I buy Yais Thai Almond Sauce for the dressing. It is Paleo and Whole30 compliant and is perfect for this dish. I love to have sauces like this on hand because I dont want to be spending 6 hours in the kitchen. If you are not doing a Whole 30, you could use your favorite Thai peanut sauce as well.
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Yai’s Thai Thai Almond Sauce
Rich, creamy, and versatile. This Almond Sauce is a take on the classic Thai peanut sauce. Yai’s Thai blends almonds, fresh red curry paste, and coconut milk with a splash of tamarind juice for a hint of natural sweetness.
Spice Level: Medium
Try it With: Chicken Satay, Spring Rolls, Noodle Dishes, Stir Fries, Salad Dressing, Toast, Pad Thai
Ingredients: Water, Almonds, Coconut Milk, High Oleic Sunflower Oil, Tamarind Juice, 100% Lime Juice, Vinegar, Ginger, Shallots, Red Bell Pepper, Garlic, Sea Salt, Lemongrass, Galangal Root, Thai Chilis, Lime Leaves, Organic Gums , Paprika, Coriander
Yais Thai Expands Product Line With Coconut Curries Almond Sauce
Denver, CO Yais Thai debuted four new products at Expo West 2017 in Anaheim, CA this month. The company is releasing three Thai Coconut Curry Sauces and Thai Almond Sauce, all of which are vegan, gluten-free, paleo friendly, Whole30 approved, and low in sodium.
The three SKUs of ready-to-eat Thai Coconut Curries include Green, Yellow, and Red curry, each a different spice level ranging from mild to hot. Yais Thai has maintained its high ingredient standards by using fresh ingredients, adding no sugar of any kind, and keeping the sodium low, which is especially unique among Asian products. This allows the pure flavor of the curries to come forward, while creating truly healthy and easy-to-use options. In further keeping with its ingredient philosophy, Yais Thai has omitted xanthan gum and instead uses ground chia seeds as a stabilizer. The sauces do still have a degree of natural separation, but the company believes consumers are increasingly open-minded about this in favor of keeping a simple ingredient list.
Yais Thai is also releasing a Thai Almond Sauce, a spin-off of Thai Peanut Sauce and the first of its kind on the market. This sauce is geared towards consumers who are avoiding peanuts in their diet, such as those following the paleo lifestyle or the Whole30 program. Instead of adding any sugar, the sauce is made with tamarind juice for natural sweetness.