a small bowl next to a green lime and an apricot. the bowl is filled with a bright orange chili sauce

Apricot Sweet Chili Marmalade

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This marmalade a great dipping condiment for egg rolls, lumpia, dumplings, or even with some
fried chicken! I put fish sauce as an optional ingredient because if you want a more savory
balanced sauce then I would add the fish sauce or you can sub soy sauce if you don’t like the
flavor of fish sauce. This sauce does come out pretty sweet when it is by itself but when you
pair it with a fried item it is DIVINE! What are you going to eat this with? Tag me
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Course Sauces
Cuisine Asian
Keyword dipping sauce, sauces, sweet chili
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Servings 6 Servings
Author Joshua Walbolt


  • 245 grams Apricots, pith removes about 3 apricots
  • 107 grams Apple Cider Vinegar
  • 65 grams Sugar White granulated
  • 7 grams Thai Chili Pepper Sliced thin rounds
  • 12 grams Garlic, Minced
  • 95 grams Cane Vinegar Dati Puti Brand
  • 25 grams Lime Juice Fresh Squeezed
  • 25 grams Fish Sauce
  • TT Kosher Salt


  • 1. Cut Apricot into 1/8ths and remove the piths.
  • 2. Add the Apricots to a small pot with the apple cider, vinegar, sugar, salt, thai chilies
    and garlic.
  • cook down for 15 minutes, constantly stirring. Blend with a stick blender until
    achieved desired consistency.
  • Finish with lime juice.

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