This Thai salad dressing is inspired by the more gentle flavors in Thai cuisine. This Americanized salad dressing will give your salad the savory, yet sweet spark it needs.
What Can I Put This Dressing On?
This creamy Thai dressing is a cross between a dip and a dressing. It is a little thicker than your typical dressing. I use this inspired Thai dressing on all sorts of foods: salads, vegetables (for dipping), tofu, etc
Here are a few recipes to try this on:
- Vegetarian Thai Lettuce Wraps
- Kale Quinoa Salad
- Vegetarian Greek Cucumber Salad
- Tofu Noodle Bowls
- Mediterranean Quinoa Salad (Delicious and Easy)
You name it, this Thai salad dressing can work on almost anything!
What’s in Thai Salad Dressing?
The ingredients are simple, so simple!
- spread (sunflower, peanut butter, etc)
- lime juice
- gluten-free soy sauce
See I told you the ingredients for this Thai salad dressing were super simple. Just whisk those ingredients together until they are smooth.
I dare you not to lick the whisk! YUM!
Is this recipe keto-friendly?
Since there aren’t any added sugars, this recipe is keto-friendly. Be careful with the soy sauce and the type of nut butter you use. Some of them will have added sugars in them.
If you are on keto, use these ingredients:
- Sunbutter spread
- Sugar-free nut butter (almond, peanut)
- Liquid Aminos instead of soy sauce
More Dips Recipes To Try:
Although I may use this as a dressing, it also works well as a dip. It would be great with some crudites for an easy appetizer! Here are a few more dip recipes to try:
- Onion Dip- Perfect for Snacking!
- Apple Pie Dip – A Sweet Vegan Snack Idea
- Jalapeno Chip Dip -The Ultimate Chip Dip!
- Easy Ranch Chip Dip Recipe
- Cheesy Spinach Asparagus Dip
- Warm Olive and Artichoke Dip Recipe
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Thai Salad Dressing
- Whisk together until blended well. ENJOY!
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