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Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins
This is a versatile sauce you can use on meats, vegs. and tofu. Good for a marinade and a basting sauce.
- Mix thoroughly and allow flavors to blend for at least one hour.
- You may use this on meat, tofu, vegs.
- Use for marinade and basting sauce.
I loved the flavor and aroma of this sauce. Like Chia, I didn't have good luck with this on the grill but the flavor really burst through when I baked the meat instead. It was great!
This is so good! I have passed by recipes like this with peanut butter in them because I foolishly thought peanut butter was only for cookies and other baked goods. Was I wrong! The blend of flavours in this is wonderful! I used it to baste a boneless chicken breast in the oven at 350F. I put it on one of those disposable foil pie plates (just in case it burnt.) I lightly oiled the pie plate. Although some of it baked onto the dish, it didn't burn. I used less dried red pepper than recommended. I will use the full amount next time. I didn't use ginger-didn't have any. Thanks for a great recipe!
this is thick and sweet and i think it is better served as a dipping sauce.as a marinade, it burnt quickly on the grill over medium heat when i cooked a london broil. probably because of the high sugar content. but it did have a good flavor. i used sambal olek instead of pepper flakes.