Thai Dipping Sauce
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Make the dip. Mix well; cover and allow flavours to blend for at least 2 hours.
Put chicken in a resealable plastic bag. Combine soy sauce, lime juice, water, oyster sauce, chili paste, garlic, ginger and sesame oil; pour over chicken. Close bag and refrigerate overnight.
Remove chicken from the marinade; discard marinade. Heat oil in a skillet over medium heat, cook chicken for 5-7 minutes per side or until a thermometer inserted into the meat reads 165°F (74°C).
Remove from heat, slice diagonally into thin strips and arrange on a warm platter with onions, carrot, red pepper, cucumber, basil/cilantro/mint, and lettuce.
Each person makes their own rolls by spooning hoisin sauce on a lettuce leaf and topping it with chicken, vegetables and basil/cilantro/mint. Roll the lettuce around the filling like a tortilla.
Dip in Hoisin sauce, peanut sauce or Thai dipping sauce and eat with your hands.
Look for Hoisin sauce and peanut sauce in the Asian section of most grocery stores.
|Per 280 g serving||Amount|
|Saturated Fat||1 g|
|Per 280 g serving||% Daily Value|