This ginger dipping sauce is wonderful with either grilled, steamed or fried fish. My Cambodian friend's dad used to make this every time he served fish.
A wonderful combination of garlic, soy sauce, vinegar with a slight zing!
No island BBQ would be complete without finadeni. This all-purpose sauce is used to flavor rice, soups, dipping and is excellent for marinating chicken, beef and pork. If you like, I have seen other people substitute the thinly sliced onions with chopped onions or chopped green onions.
This Filipino version of fruit salad, modified from Auntie Josie's recipe, infuses a condensed milk cream coating with a mixture of canned and exotic fruits.
Persimmon, radish and cucumber stud this tasty salad of salted napa cabbage, onion, and fresh ginger.
This easy dip looks like a regular block of cream cheese. But there's a spicy surprise inside.
Turn up the flavor on your stir-fry with this easy no-cook peanut sauce.
Try this simple version of sweet and sour sauce to serve with your next stir fry.
Add this sauce to your beef, chicken, or veggie stir fry for delicious results and authentic Asian flavor.
An easy sauce for dipping or to pour over cooked meat. Great mix of sweet and spicy for true island flavor.
A marinade for meats with undertones similar to a Japanese steak house dipping sauce, with mild garlic and unmistakably teriyaki flavors.
Thin chips can't handle this hearty Asian dip. You'll want to break out some bread--or at least crackers--for this one.
Sold at Asian markets and in the Asian foods section of many supermarkets.
Marinade for beef, pork, and chicken.