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Finadene Sauce

Rated as 4.82 out of 5 Stars

"Spicy sauce used for dipping lumpia or egg rolls, or for dipping and drizzling over almost everything if you are a Pacific Islander. This sauce gets stronger the longer you keep it."
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15 m servings 6
Original recipe yields 20 servings (1 1/3 cup)


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  1. Mix the Thai chiles, soy sauce, vinegar, water, garlic, and onion together in a glass jar with a tight-fitting lid. Store in the refrigerator.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 6 calories; 0 1.1 0.5 0 361 Full nutrition

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This tasted like nothing more than seasoned vinegar. I can't say that we liked it, but I can't give it a bad rating because I always appreciate recipes from other parts of the world and I'm sur...

Almost as good as I remember from when I was stationed on Guam. I made a few changes...used 2 hot jalapenos and some hirachi sauce (no thai chilis' at the commissary) and added a splash of rice...

The store didn't have thai chili peppers, so I used serrano peppers, and used a little less garlic. It was very delicious. It says 20 servings but, my husband used it in 2 days! Thanks!

I was pleasantly surprised by this! I was unsure if I would like it since there is no sweetness added and I like a sweet sauce for my egg rolls. I did enjoy it for about 1 egg roll then the vi...

Me and my bf make this a lot. We use it on rice and chicken all the time. I I use a whole onion though with a bunch of these Guam hot peppers he brought and Thai chili’s with about 6 or 7 cups o...

This sauce is an excellent blend of sweet and tart, and depending on your heat preference, can satisfy any and all tastebud! Thanks Puaha! I use as dipping sauce for egg rolls!!

If i'm rating a recipe it will usually be a 5, if less I have no need for it! This goes well with all meats, particulary grilled meats, on rice dishes and just about anything you would want to d...

This is great on steamed rice as an alternative to plain soy sauce...mmmmm good

This is a good recipe, I would add some lemon powder or lemon juice to make it even better!