Saturday, November 7, 2015

Mango-Ponzu Dipping Sauce

Sauces can take a dish from ordinary to extraordinary, providing complimentary layers of flavor and complexity.  The “Mango-Ponzu Dipping Sauce” (page 558) is a fresh and bold sauce with just a handful of ingredients – fresh mango, ponzu sauce, and chili paste. If you have trouble finding ponzu sauce (normally found in well stocked grocery stores or Asian markets), you can make it from scratch without much effort (recipes abound on the internet). This sauce is hot, sweet, and piquant, all at the same time, and is wonderful served with tofu chunks, spring rolls, tempeh, seitan, or just about anywhere you would enjoy salsa or chutney. I thought it was especially good with the Potato Samosas I reviewed below. Happily, this dish was McDougall Friendly as written, and no modifications were necessary!

Keeping it “McDougall Friendly” checklist:

·       No changes necessary!


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    1. Hi Mom Quilter! Thanks for checking in, and asking how I am. Everything is going well, but I've taken a bit of a break from posting on the blog. Life got hectic and busy and different priorities surfaced. I don't plan to give this up, and will get back to it as soon as time allows! Thanks again for asking, I appreciate that! :)