I'm looking for a never-fail, awesome peanut sauce to add to my list of stand-by recipes. What's your favorite peanut sauce recipe? Thanks!
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Jane Brody has a recipe that I used to make for my kids. It's a very quick go-to recipe and open to all sorts of variations: http://articles.chicagotribune...
Thanks, Bevi! I'll go check this out!!
Emily, I make a pb sauce, with veggies; but also a version with coconut milk (which doubles as a dip for vietnamese rice rolls and other things). See http://food52.com/recipes... and http://www.kitchenbutterfly...
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Here is another one from Christina's Cucina (she is a cook here on food52, I saw this on her blog and it sounds great. http://christinascucina...
Indonesian peanut sauce for satays and gado-gado (a type of salad) uses ground nuts and kaffir lime leaves. Ming Tsai's recipe looks about right (I haven't tried): http://www.foodnetwork...
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Two that I use a lot, by Martha Rose Shulman (The New York Times)
Hot and Sour Peanut Sauce
Thank you all so much! I can't wait to try some of these!!
My go to peanut sauce is by David Lebovitz as it uses roasted peanuts instead of peanut butter. It really amps up the flavour!
that does sound like a great tweak! thanks, saragrad!
hi saragrad, made this peanut sauce tonight and really enjoyed it! thanks so much for the rec!
Hi Emily, you're welcome!
An excellent, simple sauce: http://food52.com/recipes... -- I've used the sauce for all kinds of food. Another one is from Nina Simonds: http://www.theperfectpantry.... New Year's Eve we made sushi rolls, and used this for dipping (along with a Korean sauce, and simple soy sauce
This is my new favorite peanut sauce, which is a food52 recipe by Cathy Likes Cheese. http://food52.com/recipes... It is delicious with tofu, chicken and all sorts of vegetables, and it is very easy to make, relying on mostly pantry ingredients.
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