Tropical fruit dipping sauce

Tropical Fruits Dipping Peanut Sauce
( Country of Origin Indonesia??)


  1. 1 bottle/ jar Planter Roasted Salty Peanut
  2. 2 cups organic Coconut brown sugar
  3. 1 teaspoon Jamaican salt/ any salt
  4. 7-10 hot peppers/ 5 Cheyanne peppers/ 3 jalapeños
  5. 7 Tamarindo
  6. 1 tablespoon vegetables/ coconut oil
  7. 3 cups Water / more depends on how thick and runny you will like it


  1. Soak the tamarindo with a cup /2 cups of cold water for at least two hours or overnight to get the taste out

  2. Heat it up the pan/ skillet and put 1 tbs of vegetables/ coconut oil and put the whole bottle of roasted peanuts and hot peppers fry it slowly in the medium heat until little bit golden brown with keep stirring to make sure not get burned.let it cool down

  3. In the blender put in the tamarindo water and 2 cups of water at first & 1 teaspoon salt and 2 cups of brown sugar, peanuts and pepper botton chopped until it’s grounded then move to regular botton

  4. After all mixed try the taste of it if not sweet enough add the brown sugar, me personally I don’t like too salty so I don’t put too much salt into it i like it little bit tick so I used just enough water if you like it runny just add more water but have to pour it little by little then stir it again. (Thank you very much for following me and I hope you guys enjoying my simple recipes)

  5. Fry it slowly

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