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Aug 7, 2013

Thai Sweet Chilli & Garlic Sauce / Thai Sweet Chilli Sauce / Homemade Sweet Chilli Sauce

This is one stuff which will blow your socks off, it is seriously addictive. Once you start consuming it, you should find excuses to make it again and again. I have been longing to make this sauce, ever since one of my reader(and i thank him/her) requested this recipe a long time back. But i feel so sorry that i didn't try this before, it is that good.

So yesterday, i was going through my to do recipes, and found this sauce lying in the corner longing to be made. Immediately i got into actions. I googled a bit and found that i have all the ingredients on hand(This doesn't need that big list too). So i made it, in less than 20 mins everything came together beautifully. Now i have a jar of smartness on my hand. Time to whip up some fried goodies. My favorite is spring rolls, whats urs?

Preparation Time: 10 mins
Cooking Time : 15 mins


Dry Red Chilli - 10
Garlic - 10 medium size cloves
Water - 3/4 cup
Vinegar - 1/2 cup
Sugar - 3/4 cup
Salt - 1 tsp or to taste
Cornflour / Cornstarch - 1 tblspn
Cold Water - 2 tblspn


Take water in a sauce pan and bring that to a boil.

Take dry chillies in a bowl. Cover it with boiling water and let it soak for 10 mins.

Now take that in a blender along with water. Add in sugar, garlic, salt and vinegar in this.

Blend it to a puree. It will be watery.

Now pour this in a saucepan and bring it to a boil.

Boil this for 10 mins on a low heat so that the flavours will infuse together.

Now mix cornflour with water. Pour this over the sauce and mix well.

It will start thickening. At one point, the sauce will start to double boil.

At this point switch off the flame and let it cool completely.

Store this in a dry air tight glass jar in fridge.

Serve this as a dipping sauce with any fried food.

1)This will last for months in the fridge.
2)Always use dry spoon while serving this.
3)You can adjust the spiciness by decreasing or increasing the chilli level.

Take all your ingredients

Boil water in a sauce pan

Take dry chillies in a bowl

Pour in boiling water over this

Let it steep for a while

Now take the chillies along with water in a blender

Add garlic cloves in that

Add in sugar

And some salt

Pour in vinegar

Time to blend this

Blend them

It will look watery

Pour that into a sauce pan

Boil it up

Let it boil for few mins

Boil till the flavour infuse

Now take cornstarch

Mix it with water

Pour that into the sauce pan

Mix that well

Boil it till it gets  little thick

At a point, the sauce will double boil

Allow to cool down

Store in a air tight bottle


I love this as a dipping sauce



  1. nice recipe..looks so good and tempting..

  2. yes, i love it too!! it seems as the chilli sauce of the china restaurants, doesn't it?! I'll make it! kisses

  3. I am huge Thai food fan and this sauce looks simple and yummy...will try it today as I am making Red Thai Curry....thanks...:0


  4. This looks lovely!!!!! easy to prepare too!!!!!!

  5. Very handy for any quick stirfry..

  6. Can't believe that this lip smacking sauce is so simple to make.... Today's post : http://nayanas-kitchen-kreations.blogspot.in/2013/08/multigrain-tawa-roasted-nippats.html

  7. Yummy. I will try this in the weekend. Do u have recipe for eggless black forest cake? If not can u post one when possible. Thanks :)

  8. been staring at the thai sweet chilli sauce bottles in markets but never bought them and will never have to, cos i will make mine with your recipe! thank you :)

  9. very useful one..and definitely one day I will follow ur home made recipes n will post vth ur links in my blog dear..Great job..

  10. yummy!!! discovered a lost taste.made a batch of crispy potatoes and dip dip dip.i am in heaven.thanks

  11. yummy!!!made a batch of this long lost tasty sauce with a batch of crisp potatoes to dip dip dip.yummmmm

  12. A mandatory ingredient for Thai Fried Rice.

  13. Never knew this yummy thing is that simple to make. Keep them coming. Thanks.

  14. How long can we keep this in the fridge fresh ?

  15. i do not understand double boiling of the sauce . please explain...

  16. @sandythe bubbles will be boiling thick and the sauce will be little thick.

  17. This recipe.looks very yum but can I make this without garlic


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