Recipe by ASHBETH
"This easy, one-step peanut sauce is fantastic with any veggies, but especially with red peppers and snow peas. It's also great warmed up and served over pasta! The best flavor is achieved using fresh garlic and fresh lemon juice."
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creamy peanut butter
fresh lemon juice
Subbed Light coconut milk for the mayo. EXCELLENT!!!!
Not sure where I went wrong - far too salty. Equal parts peanut butter and soya sauce seems way out of proportion.
My stars should be higher! Only reason I gave it a 4 was because it was too much soy for my taste. I also did as another reviewer and substituted may for coconut milk. Redid another batch w/ half the soy sauce and doubled the (coconut for mayo) mixed both batches (too salty one) w/ remade one... awesome! I used it as a topping to rice w. veggies AND as a dipping sauce w/ raw veggies. I loved this and will be doing it again. It was so easy to make. The longer its refrigerated the better
This is a winner, so thanks for sharing, Ashbeth. I LOVE this as a dipping sauce for breaded chicken tenders or nuggets. The other readers' suggestions were so interesting as well, especially the cayenne or red pepper flakes. I can't stop dipping sugar snap peas, celery & carrot sticks into this as my side for my beloved breaded chicken tenders.
This recipe was really good! I added some cayenne pepper for some heat. I like that it was so easy to make!
Mayo? Really? I subbed the Mayo with milk, because I was out of coconut milk. I upped the peanut butter and milk and mixed the sauce with vegetables for Thai lettuce wraps. Very good and easy.
I just put this in the fridge to chill, but I can't stop licking the bowl. It is delicious! So easy, and made with ingredients I had on hand. I added 1/4 tsp Thai red curry powder, just to see how I'd like it--good and not overpowering. I'll be eating this on everything!
We loved it and added just a touch more sugar than called for.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Thai Peanut Dip
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 86
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