Summer Salad Roll with Thai Peanut Sauce

June 27, 2024 | by EASTON GILOWSKI

Delight in Southeast Asian flavours with this simple yet delectable Thai Peanut Sauce paired with fresh and vibrant salad rolls. Perfect for a light lunch or a refreshing appetizer, these salad rolls are packed with crisp vegetables, aromatic herbs, and your choice of protein, all wrapped up in delicate rice paper. The show's star, the Thai Peanut Sauce, brings a rich, creamy, and tangy element that elevates every bite.

Benefits of Ingredients

This Thai Peanut Sauce is delicious and packed with nutritious ingredients. Natural peanut butter provides a good source of protein and healthy fats, essential for maintaining energy levels and overall health.

Tamari, a gluten-free soy sauce, adds depth and umami without the added wheat, making it a great alternative for those with gluten sensitivities.

Rice vinegar and fresh lime juice introduce a refreshing acidity that aids in digestion. Minced garlic and ginger bring antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties, enhancing your immune system.

Eversio's 6MB (Balance Blend) blend adds a unique earthy flavor and is known for its adaptogenic benefits, helping your body manage stress. Lastly, the optional red chili flakes can give your sauce a spicy kick, boosting metabolism and adding an extra layer of flavor.


1/2 cup natural peanut butter  
4 tbsp tamari  
3 tbsp rice vinegar  
1 tbsp minced garlic  
1 tbsp minced ginger  
1 lime juiced  
1/4 cup warm filtered water  
2 tsp Eversio 4MB (Balance Blend)
2 tsp red chili flakes for optional spice  
Rice paper wraps
Fresh basil leaves or other herbs  
Butter lettuce 
Protein (prawns, chicken, tofu - your choice!) 


To make the Thai Peanut Sauce, combine all the ingredients in a large bowl and mix well, or blend everything in a blender! If it’s too thick, add a little more water, little by little!  

Wet your rice paper wrap by dipping it fully under water for 5-10 seconds! Lay it flat, and add your veggies and protein into the center of the wrap! Don’t overfill it, or it’s hard to wrap, and they break! Start by pulling the bottom up and roll towards the center, then pull the sides in and continue rolling away from you to create a wrap! Dip in the Thai peanut sauce and enjoy!




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