Asian Dipping Sauce Recipe

A dipping sauce is a common condiment that is used to add and enhance the flavor of a dish. In the Philippines, Toyomansi (soy sauce and calamondin) and Patismansi (fish sauce and calamondin) are among the favorite dipping sauces for fried and grilled foods.

There are preferred dipping sauces per food category in each Asian country; however, there is one dip that can be considered as the most common and widely used: the basic Asian dipping sauce.

Basic Asian Dipping Sauce is a simple dip that is made from soy sauce, vinegar, and sesame oil. Since Asians like some heat in their food, chilies are sometimes added to it.

This oriental tasting dip is perfect for steamed or fried Dim Sum; you may also use this in grilled meat, seafood, and vegetables.

Asian Dipping Sauce

Asian Dipping Sauce Recipe

Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup Soy Sauce
  • 1/2 cup Rice Vinegar
  • 2 teaspoons Sesame oil
  • Chili (optional)

Cooking Procedure

  1. Combine soy sauce, vinegar, and sesame oil (also add chili, if desired) in a dipping bowl.
  2. Stir the mixture using a teaspoon.
  3. Serve along with fried or steamed Dim Sum.
  4. Share and Enjoy!!!

Number of servings (yield): 4

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Comments

  1. hermina ricarte says:

    thanks a lot Panlasang Pinoy.You’re a great help

  2. Milagros Sombillo - Torres says:

    Thanks for the recipe. By the way my Puertorican husband loves the food I cook ( thats your recipee )…so I thank you a lot. By the way what you could suggest what I could substitute for the water chesnuts in making a siomai…because there is no such like that here in Puerto Rico.

  3. adalia bonita says:

    you may try it to pork barbeque

  4. tristan says:

    is there any substitute for sesame oil? can we use vegetable or olive or sunflower oil? thanks..

  5. Mhakz says:

    ^
    It will depend on your taste.. if you want it more spicy then add lots of chili though you will not enjoy the sauce.

  6. If adding chili how many should I add?

  7. What dish can we use this dipping sauce?

  8. rain hard says:

    simple yet amazing.. thnx2!!!!