Peanut Dipping Sauce – To Serve or Not to Serve with Beef Satay

As promised, here’s the new and improved peanut dipping
sauce recipe we just featured in the beef satay video. Of course, now I’m
finding out that real beef satay is actually served with a sweet, spicy rice
vinegar sauce, but that’s another video, and a rather easy one at that. Stay
tuned.


There are no great mysteries here – mix it up, and then
taste, taste, and taste. Peanut sauces are like snowflakes, and you really
should twist the formula to suit your palette. You can add all kinds of fun stuff
like lemongrass, ginger, Thai basil just to name a few. If peanut allergies are
a concern, I’ve had this done with almonds, and it’s not bad at all.

One big tip if you make this ahead. It will harden up in the
fridge, and you’ll need to get it back to room temp before serving. I usually
just microwave for a couple seconds, and it will be back to its gorgeous,
shiny, flowing self. I hope you give this delicious all-purpose dipping sauce a
try soon. Enjoy!


Makes about 1 1/2 cup Peanut Dipping Sauce:
3/4 cup smooth all-natural, pure peanut butter
2 cloves garlic, finely minced
2 tbsp brown sugar
1 tbsp fish sauce
2 tsp soy sauce
2 tsp sesame oil
1/2 lime, juiced
sriracha or other hot chili sauce, to taste
1 small can (5.6 oz) coconut milk

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