You'll want to make a full batch of the Thai Sweet Chili Sauce recipe - so very easy to make, I'm always amazed by what they charge for a bottle of this at the grocery store that isn't nearly as fresh and good!
Don't let the chili peppers scare you off! The spice in jalapeno chili peppers is in the seeds and veins, so you can remove those to limit the heat. Remember to wear gloves when you are working with peppers - and never wipe your eyes!
It only takes a few minutes to make the glaze - you can easily make it while your grill is heating up.
Drizzle the fresh salmon fillets with a little olive oil and salt, grill for 10 minutes per inch of thickness. Take a cup of the Thai Sweet Chili Sauce and squeeze the juice from one fresh lime into it. Immediately after you remove the salmon from the grill, spoon half of the Thai Sweet Chili Sauce over the top.
Serve right away, and be ready for some finger-licking goodness!
The fresh Thai Sweet Chili Sauce is also perfect on sticky rice, grilled pork or chicken satay (on skewers), fresh spring rolls, and as a dipping sauce for egg rolls. Enjoy!
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