The Best Thai Peanut Sauce
This easy no-cook peanut sauce has a terrific authentic Thai taste. It is spicy and peanutty, and is perfect as a dipping sauce for chicken, shrimp, and beef...or even to use tossed with warm cooked noodles for a quick pasta dish.
Most peanut sauce is does not have enough peanut for me, thus this creation. It isn't often friends will eat a sauce with a spoon, but there is never any of this left over.
This sweet and spicy peanut sauce is made with coconut milk, creamy peanut butter, and thai red curry paste.
Thai peanut stir fry sauce is easy to prepare using peanut butter and 6 other simple ingredients. Serve with your favorite stir fry vegetables and meats.
This peanut sauce is very flavorful, with lemon, ginger, and quite a bit of heat. Use it for dipping satays or as a sauce in your stir-fry.
This spicy peanut sauce can be whipped up in an instant and makes a great addition to many Chinese and Thai recipes.
Peanut butter, coconut milk, and a few condiments make an easy Asian-inspired dipping sauce that goes perfectly with spring rolls or grilled meats and vegetables.
This is a very tasty Asian-inspired dish made with chicken and broccoli in a spicy peanut sauce. If you like it mild, use less cayenne, like it spicy, use more. If you're salt conscious, use low sodium soy sauce.
One of the best peanut sauces I have made! I recommend doing it all in a food processor... start with your garlic and ginger (I also added a couple of green onions) and then add the rest of the ingredients. At the suggestion of others I also added the lime juice at the last minute to prevent curdling and also recuded the peanut butter (I used 1 cup and 1 heaping spoonful). I also increased the coconut milk... probably used 3/4 cup (about half a can). The second time I made this with low fat PB and reduced fat coconut milk and it was equally delicious. Finally, I added a couple of spponfuls of sugar because I like mine a little sweeter.