Recipe by Darrah
"Tasted it the first time on spinach ravioli instead of a basic tomato sauce, and I have been addicted ever since."
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1 1/2 cups
light soy sauce
fresh lime juice
hot pepper sauce
minced fresh ginger root
toasted sesame oil
white sugar, or to taste
this sauce is great! good with noodles ( fat and thin) and pasta! loooove it!
Very thick, Salty - basically just tastes like peanut butter. This recipe is missing something.
I followed the recipe exactly and it came out too thick,salty, and without enough kick but I think it gave me a good base. I fixed it by adding a can of coconut milk, 1/3 of a cup of sugar and half a bottle of sriracha chili sauce. That made it just what I was looking for :)
Loved this recipe, made a salad and used this for a love gift to my daughter in law that was having chemo and was having a hard time with food. She ate this with gusto and so did everyone else. I use it often.
I wish I had read the other reviews, they were spot on. Way too thick with no taste.
Added a whole can of lite thai coconut milk and 2 T red curry paste. Then put into blender, helped the taste a lot.
When I mixed the ingredients and put it in the microwave, it was a paste, not a sauce- basically like dark peanut butter. I had to thin it out before I could use it. I will not be using this recipe again. I tried to eat it (and I hate wasting food) but it is just not appetizing.
nasty! followed directions exactly and it was not at all what I wanted. thick gross!
It is thick, salty and not at all a sauce. Just like the other reviews say, it is basically bad tasting peanut butter
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Easy Thai Peanut Sauce
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 470
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