Mix water, peanut butter and soy sauce (gluten-free tamari sauce or coconut aminos) in the bowl.
Add ginger, garlic, apple cider, hot sauce and coco syrup (sweetener) to the mixture and mix all together until smooth.
Keto: There are different informations about soy sauce on keto diet.
"Soy sauce is a great way to season many dishes to get an Asian flavor when on the keto diet. Many Asian keto recipes will add soy sauce. In 1 tablespoon is only 1 gram of net carbs. A lot of keto recipes call for about 1/4 cup. This is still only 4 grams of carbs, and usually it will have multiple servings per recipe.
When you’re on the keto diet, you are free to use soy sauce for flavoring Asian dishes. You should be aware of how much the recipe calls for, and how many servings per recipe. Remember, 1 tablespoon equals 1 carb." based on KetoDomain.com
"Most soy sauce isn’t keto-friendly, but gluten-free tamari sauce and coconut aminos are great Keto-friendly alternatives.
It’s actually because most soy sauce contains gluten.
Traditionally, soy sauce is made simply by fermenting soybeans. And fermentation gets rid of most of the problems with soybeans.
However, nowadays, wheat is usually added to the soybeans. But you can still find wheat-free and gluten-free soy sauce.
Look for brands labeled gluten-free tamari sauce – these are keto-friendly." says KetoSummit.com
I will leave choice to you :)
The sauce gets thicker over time. Add more water before serving to make it thinner.
The sauce is perfect with spring rolls or wraps.