Hey yall, just wanted to start a thread for soy sauce based dipping sauces like ponzu and the like. I made a honey and habanero soy sauce for tonight's dinner (Fried chicken strips.) and it made me wonder what you guys like to make for Asian dipping sauces. Recipes welcome!
I didn't measure but I will next time just for my own consistency if I wanna make a batch instead of a serving. I used soy as the base, a splash of rice wine vinegar, micro brunoised habanero, the seeds, muddled the pepper core and added honey until I got my target consistency. Garnished with green onion. Probably would have added a splash of fish sauce and/or orange juice and/or minced garlic, etc. (You see where this is going. Tons of options.) but my chicken was calling. Beat the crappy bottled ranch dressing and hot sauce I was going to settle for.
Feel free to post items you'd use your sauce(s) for as well. I think I want to start fooling around with tempura soon so any feedback is appreciated. Thanks!