I have been having a craving for peanut butter lately. I bake things with it, but I wonder if I can make any savory dish with the peanut butter in. I made the peanut butter dressing which was really tasty. Any idea?
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I could eat peanut sauce by the bowl! Scroll through these and see if something catches your fancy: http://www.food52.com/recipes...
I would definitely do a search for thai recipes. If you want savory, search for something like stir-fry chicken in thai-peanut sauce, et al.
I love Thai recipes....
cook some sliced chicken breast and add about 2 tsp of fish sauce.
cut up some fresh green beans, red bell peppers and scallions and add to chicken.
take about 3/4 chunky smucker's all natural peanut butter, about 1.5 TBSP of Thai green curry paste and about 1/4 cup water to make a sauce.
add to chicken and veggies and serve over jasmine rice! Viola!
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I use to make peanut-sesame noodles all the time and I can't find my recipe in any of my files. I usually just wing it. Here is a recipe I found online: http://www.epicurious.com... that is very similar to one I make. I usually add several drops of fish sauce, use maple syrup instead of honey, and I use mirin but no vinegar. It is very flexible but the base of this is PEANUT BUTTER.
Oops, forgot that I add chopped cilantro . . .
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