Thai Peanut Sauce

10 fl. oz bottle

Retail Price: $4.29


Our Price: $3.45 (Save 20%)

10 fl. oz bottle

Why You’ll Love It

This certified gluten-free formula is an excellent dipping sauce, pairing especially well with spring rolls. Marinating with Thai Peanut is also a quick and easy way to add a touch of the exotic to your next meal. For a tasty satay, marinate chicken in Thai Peanut, thread onto presoaked skewers, and grill or broil until done.
SKU: 075810140253

About This Brand

Premium Tamari soy sauce and quality Asian-inspired products.San-J International, Inc. is dedicated to the manufacture of premium Tamari soy sauce and quality Asian-inspired products. We endeavor to produce excellence in our products and services.San-J founder, San-Jirushi was established in 1804 in Japan as a Tamari and miso company and began selling Tamari in the United States in 1978 as an importer to natural food and industrial food markets. Tamari quickly proved itself to be desirable to American tastes and San-Jirushi decided to build a plant to brew Tamari in North America. In addition to the production facilities, San-J's administration, research & development, sales and marketing departments are headquartered in Richmond, Virginia.San-J President, Takashi Sato is an eigth-generation member of the founding family and today, San-J continues the tradition of quality with a variety of Tamari premium soy sauces, Asian cooking sauces, salad dressings, soups, and rice crackers...
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Ingredients

Tamari Soy Sauce (Water, Soybeans, Salt, Alcohol), Peanuts, Organic Sugar, Water, Apple Cider Vinegar, Sake (Water, Rice, Salt), Honey, Rice Vinegar, Garlic Powder, Salt, Spices, Lemon Concentrate, Canola Oil, Cilantro, Xanthan Gum.


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Serving Size 2 tbsp (35g) Servings Per Container about 10

Amount Per Serving

Calories 80 Calories from Fat 30

% Daily Value*
Total Fat 3.5g
Saturated Fat 0.5g
Trans Fat 0g
Sodium 690mg
Total Carbohydrate 10g
Dietary Fiber <1g
Sugars 8g
Protein 3g

Iron 2%

Allergens: This product contains peanut and soy ingredients.

Reviews For Thai Peanut Sauce

Based on 9 Reviews

Great Spicy Peanut Sauce

I have been looking for a great tasting peanut sauce. I have read the reviews and wasn't sure but thought id give it a try. So for my product review, This sauce is just perfect in my opinion. It is spicy and has a great peanut taste. I use it on Thai noodles and add peanuts. Dip Veggies in it. I add it to chicken after I cook it. I bought frozen won tons and after steaming, used this Thai Peanut sauce as a dipping sauce. I will always keep a bottle of this in my fridge for whenever I want a great Spicy Peanut sauce. Thank you Thrive

- Lynn

Excellent sauce

This Thai Peanut Sauce is fabulous...I love to use it to make wraps and stir fry dishes. Very tasty...

- Diane Hays

Ordering Again

I love this stuff. Not as peanuty as i thought it would be, It has more of a soy sauce type flavor but that's okay with me! It goes great with rice and vegetable stir fries. I put it on my scrambled eggs too.

- Alex

Not a fan!

I love peanut sauce and will order almost anything that comes with it at a restaurant, but this just tasted so off to me. Maybe it was the added spices that they used, but it's not really peanut-y to me. I used it once but I don't think I'll be using it again.

- Margaret

Love this sauce!

This peanut sauce is too delicious. I love to use it as a dip for my veggies, in stir fry, and so much more.

- Jade

Tastes like real Thai restaurant

Whenever I eat Thai food, I always order a side of peanut sauce. It goes well with just about everything, from spring rolls to wrapped chicken to drumsticks to brown rice to vegetables. And now with this organic peanut sauce, I can duplicate that flavor at home. I love this sauce. I have actually now come up with a peanut sauce gravy that's awesome and that I can pour over rice and noodles for a great meal.

- Vera Sparks

Great for many things

We love this peanut sauce. We use it a lot. It's our favorite marinade for kabobs. We often marinate chicken in it for various dishes.

This is also a great sauce for dipping, whether you are dipping chunks of meat in it or some tasty homemade spring rolls.

- Lissette

Perfect Peanut sauce for marinating

I really enjoy this peanut sauce. It tastes amazing and it's so versatile in ways it can be used. One of my favorite ways is to make chicken like in the description below. It is one of my favorite recipes. We grill it in the summer and broil it during the colder months and it tastes great every time. (as long as I don't walk away from the stove when broiling) It also tastes great in stir fries and to dip spring and egg rolls in. It is a great price and certified kosher as well, so it is something we can eat year round.

- Sue H.

Perfect!

I love a good peanut sauce and this one is perfect! I will be buying again.

- Stan Rhodes

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