This is a basic Malaysian/Thai satay sauce you can use with any meat, tofu or vegetable dish.
This sauce is surprisingly very good with very little ingredients. In my country we make this sauce from scratch and it is a very tedious process. I am so happy to find this recipe. So close to the original. If you like it hot like me, you can add sambal oelek (hot red chili sauce)or red chili flakes.Yumm! - 24 Jan 2006 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
I have searched for this recipe forever and here it is!Beautiful. Only problem I had was that I only had access to non-natural skippy type peanut butter,so when I boiled the ingredients, the oil separated from the rest of the mix. I needed to whisk the oil back in, as no amount of spoon stiring helped. I don't know if anyone else had this problem when using natural peanut butter.I also plan on using the leftovers to make a cold thai pasta salad that has penne, apple chunks, ginger(already in satay sauce), chicken chunks, green onions and small bits of brocoli just like I used to buy at my favorite cafe diner. - 26 Feb 2006 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
This was thicker than my usual satay sauce, but had a good flavor. I love coconut milk and am always looking for ways to experiment with it. I tossed this with pad thai noodles and rather than chunky peanut butter, I used the creamy kind and ground up my own peanuts to sprinkle on top. Thanks Steve. - 27 May 2003 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)