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Holiday entertaining doesn’t have to be complicated. Whether you are having a big crowd of small gathering, the key to easy holiday entertaining is incorporating some store-bought items with a few simple homemade items. That is my plan of attack for every party or gathering that I host.
This Easy Asian Dipping Sauce is a great example. I recently had a few friends over. Since I was going to be preparing dinner, I decided to make the appetizers easy on myself.
I bought some Tai Pei Egg Rolls and Spring Rolls from the freezer section at my local Walmart.
They were a cinch to make – just a few minutes in the oven (there’s even a microwave option) and they are ready to go.
The have delicious crispy wrappers and are filled with fresh cut veggies and hearty chicken, pork or shrimp. My favorites are the Pork Egg Rolls and the Mini Chicken Spring Rolls.
They both come with sauce but I also served my own Easy Asian Dipping Sauce. It’s so easy to make – it only has 2 ingredients.
I love the flavor profile of this sauce – it’s a little salty, a little sweet, a little spicy and packed with flavor. It is the perfect partner for these crispy rolls. And, it makes a great sauce for fried rice!
The next time you’re planning a party, think about how you can incorporate some store-bought items into your menu. It really does make entertaining a lot easier.
Easy Asian Dipping Sauce Recipe
Easy Asian Dipping Sauce
- Combine both ingredients in a small, microwave-safe bowl.
- Microwave on high for 30 seconds.
- Stir to combine and serve.
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