Jamie Eason's Post-Pregnancy Recipes: Thai Peanut Sauce

Spice up your sauce repertoire with this recipe that calls for garlic, soy sauce, limes, and a little peanut protein punch!

Eating well means being mindful of every calorie you put into your body, and cream-based sauces can be a nutritional whopper. But that doesn't mean you have to resign yourself to a life of meals drizzled with vinegar or topped with a tablespoon of salsa. You can still branch out and treat yourself to sauces that pack some extra zing, like this quick-and-easy Thai peanut sauce!

The combination of soy sauce, vinegar, and lime gives it a tangy kick, which adds another layer to the heat brought on by pepper flakes and minced garlic. Thai sauce's versatility makes it easy to adjust to your palette and incorporate into your diet, whether you're spooning it over chicken, using it as an overnight marinade, or making it your go-to dipping sauce for anything from chopped veggies to healthy wraps.



Ingredients

Low-sodium soy sauce
1 cup


Limes
Juice of 2 limes



Minced garlic
3 tsp minced garlic or 4 cloves


Minced ginger
2 tsp


Onion powder
2 tsp


Red pepper flakes
2 tsp



Directions
  1. Whisk all of the ingredients together in a medium-sized bowl. Use as desired.

Nutrition Facts
Recipe yields: 1 serving
Amount per serving
Calories 554
Total Fat 15 g
Total Carbs 64 g
Protein 50 g


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