How Do You Make Peanut Satay Sauce?
Peanut sauce is a traditional garnish for satay, a South Asian dish made of cubed, seasoned meat. Chicken, pork, beef, mutton or fish can be used for satay, which is skewered on a stick before being cooked over a fire. This recipe yields approximately four to six servings of peanut satay sauce. Step 1 Combine five level tbsp. of smooth peanut butter with five tbsp. whole milk in a medium mixing bowl. Use a wire whisk to thoroughly incorporate the milk into the peanut butter until a smooth consistency is achieved. Step 2 Add five tbsp. of sweet soy sauce to the peanut butter mixture. Stir well using a whisk or fork to combine. If the peanut satay sauce is too thick or you’re having trouble mixing, add ½ tsp. milk and stir again. Step 3 Add one tsp. fresh lemon juice and one tbsp. granulated sugar to the sauce mixture. Stir thoroughly to combine. Bottled lemon juice may be substituted, if fresh is not available. Step 4 Add ¼ tsp. crushed red pepper flakes to the sauce, if you want more s