Recipes using coconut aminos sauce – instant salad dressing

Coconut aminos sauce

Diverse uses of coconut aminos sauce Because coconut aminos sauce is a relatively new product, cooks might like some ideas on the  diverse uses for this delightful product. There are two key taste aspects of coconut aminos sauce – sweet and salty together. It has the added benefits of being gluten free and high in key aminos acids used for body and tissue repair.  Great for those on paleo and low carb regimes When I first used it, I confused it with nuoc mam – Vietnamese fish sauce.  It is not as astringent and salty as nuoc mam.  It equates far more to a sweetish form of soy sauce.  Only it has much more subtlety and body to it than … Read More


Salmon with fermented black garlic sauce and crisp vegie salad

Sauces coconut aminos, fermented black garlic

This recipe combines fermented back garlic pouring sauce for fresh fried salmon and a crispy vegie salad with a dressing made from coconut aminos sauce. I really go for combinations of vegies in salads that have contrasting qualities.  I like the crunch/softness (avocado and green and red pepper), sweetness/sourness (coconut aminos sauce and lemon juice), salty/bitter or slighty bitter (again coconut aminos sauce and blue cheese as the salty and fresh herbs with fennel as the slightly bitter).  I also like contrasting colour variations in terms of greens/reds/yellows. All of these give a visual and a sensory lift to any meal. With that in mind, I have been exploring dishes that I can use fermented … Read More