Thai Salad Dressing

Despite all of them being mouth-watering, most are incredibly difficult to make or time-consuming. The list of ingredients are so long, and the process so tedious that I doubt I’ll be making it daily.

As I believe in cooking more at home, naturally I prefer simple recipes. Thankfully the cooking class offered one recipe that is perfect for home cooking: the versatile salad dressing for spicy tropical mixed fruit salad.

When I hear the word ‘salad dressing’, I immediately think of balsamic vinegar and olive oil. Not only these ingredients are rather pricey in Asia, it’s just not quite suitable to pair with the other Asian dishes I like to cook. Besides, I’m not a big fan of raw vegetables (i.e salad).

Besides I think good salad are hard to come by; most taste rather bland and one-dimensional. If you’re like me, you will enjoy this salad dressing which teases your taste buds with an amazing combination of umami, sour, sweet and salty. This dressing makes vegetables taste so delicious!

Thai Salad Dressing with Tupperware Stor N Pour - Ingredients


  • 1 tbsp ready-made tamarind paste (asam jawa)
  • 1 1/2 cups (350 ml) Water (boiled and cooled)
  • (100 ml) Fish sauce
  • 150 g Palm sugar (gula melaka)
  • 1/2 tbsp Shrimp paste (belacan)
  • 1 1/2 tbsp Lime juice

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