ISO Peanut Sauce Recipe.
So I went to a Thai restaurant this past week.
Even though it was Thai, it was kind of a mix of many Asian cuisines ( Thai, Chinese, Malaysian...).
As an appetizer, I ordered a fresh spring roll, which basically consisted of various raw veggies ( carrots, lettuce, basil) in addition to thin noodles and strips of flavored tofu, wrapped in rice paper.
The dipping sauce was listed as Peanut dipping sauce.
What I can definitely say was in the sauce was Peanut Butter, Soy sauce, coconut milk and chopped peanuts. There was definitely something in there that made it sweet. Not sure if there was anything else. It was delicious.
Im just curious if anyone has made this sauce , and if so, what else may have been in it and possible ratios.
Definitely more sweet than salty.
Coconut flavor almost got lost, but just enough that you can detect it ( I almost missed it)
Not sure if its Thai or one of the other Asian cuisines.
***It was a vegan restaurant, so there were no animal products in it***
Also, while Im at it, what is the easiest way to consistency rehydrate rice paper so its not too soft , and not too hard, and has that chewy texture? Ive worked with it before, but lacked consistency.