Yield: Makes 1 cups
Cold vegetables, meat, or noodles instantly become a meal when you have peanut sauce around. Whatever kind of peanut butter you normally eat—crunchy or smooth, natural or sweetened—will work. Use it to build a rice bowl with the meat of your choice, steamed bok choy or watercress, sliced fresh cucumbers, peppers, and carrots, peanut sauce, and roasted peanuts for crunch.
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This recipe is simple and taste amazing.i have used this sauce for satay, chicken stir fry with vegetables. It also makes an amazing dipping sauce for Thai Lettuce Wraps. This is a sauce is a keeper.
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