Let’s Make Spicy Green Onion Dipping Sauce!

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I was craving gyoza today but to be honest with you I really don’t find gyoza tempting unless it’s with my dipping sauce! It’s one of the tastiest sauces to make and dip Asian finger foods in! I sometimes even pour it over rice or steamed veggies. It’s that good!
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I slice up 5 green onions completely. I always save the ends to root in water and replant in my garden.
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Place your green onions in a glass bowl and use a good quality garlic press to mince 4 garlic cloves into your bowl. To this add 2 tbsp hot chili flakes (you can use more if you prefer more heat), 1/2 tsp white sugar, 1 tsp salt, 2 tbsp white vinegar and 3 tbsp soy sauce. Stir and set aside.
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In a small saucepan, heat up 1/4 cup oil. I prefer safflower as it has no strong taste or smell. Once hot, pour over your green onion mix. Be careful not to burn yourself as it will be bubbly!
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Let sit for a bit until it cools down and serve at room temperature with your favorite finger foods!
After our Asian inspired dinner we had fresh strawberries from our garden for dessert. I noticed some of the seeds on the strawberries were already sprouting so I quickly scraped them off and planted them! I can never say no to more strawberries!
I think I’m going to finish one of my favorite books, Ayn Rand “Atlas Shrugged” before working out tonight. I hope you had a great day!
May your home be filled with warmth, your pantry full and may you always have good health!
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