5 Reviews

This is an okay peanut dip considering the simplicity. It's a bit sweet and not too complex in flavor making it kid-friendly. For the grown-ups, I added some garlic and cilantro to wake it up a little.

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Cinnamon Turtle May 10, 2011

I definitely liked this recipe. It was very tasty, but I thought it was a little too peanutbuttery. Other than that it had a unique and satisfying flavor. I'd recommend it for sure. thanks for the recipe!

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Briar-Rose October 08, 2009

Been meaning to rate this for a while. This is a great dip. Almost satay saucish! My dd loves it in her school lunchbox with vegetable sticks. All her friends love it too!!! lol

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Wendy's Kitchen October 18, 2007

This almost looked too simple, lol, but I'd had it in my cookbook for a long time and was looking for a quick spicy peanut snack. I had anticipated adding some ginger or sesame oil, but this was great on its own. I did try the other additions, as well as sesame seeds, later on out of curiosity...the ginger was a bit of a detriment to this simple masterpiece, although I did like the sesame/sesame oil version. But the original is terrific! I also tried thinning it down a bit and used it over noodles; another great option. I can tell I'll be making this a lot because it's so quick, simple, versatile and really hits the spot. Thanks so much for posting, Mirj!

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winkki April 03, 2006

Very tasty Mirj! I think this would be good, not only as a dip, but perhaps as a pasta sauce or added into a thai-style curry.

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Sackville October 11, 2002
Spicy Thai Peanut Dip