Yield: Yields about 1-1/2 cups, enough for 1 pound of meat.
Use this sauce for the satay. I’ve given a range for the spice, so if you like a mild amount of heat, start at the low end and work up from there. Pounding the paste in a large mortar and pestle will result in the most integrated sauce, but a food processor works, too.
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This is delicious! I want to put it on everything!
One word. Incredible. 'Nuff said!
This is the best recipe for Peanut Sauce for Satay I've ever tried--And I have tried many. It rivals the best we've eaten anywhere due to the complexity of its flavors. We used the least amount of cayenne listed and it was perfect for us. Highly recommended.
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