I STRESS! (((Boil gently for one minute.))) Is a must! Burns very easily! I wouldn`t even heat it just put it into a blender then toss into whatever you made (I made pasta and broccoli) will heat the sauce up enough. Very good! My DD couldn`t stop eating it!
I have tried SO many home made peanut sauces, only to be totally disappointed but this one delivers! While it's appearance isn't that of a Thai restaurant, it certainly is flavorful enough. I thought I would miss the traditional coconut milk aspect of the sauce but was pleasantly surprised, with my 'less than perfect' measurements I did feel at one point it was a tad too peanut buttery...I added a little extra vinegar and ginger and voila! perfect! I also went with other reviewers and simmered over a medium heat rather than boiling it. Absolutely delicious with fried tofu!
VERY NICE sauce - great texture and flavor. It wasn't quite spicy enough for us, so we added a blob of sriracha.
Made this for a small dinner party and it was the hit of the night! People were dipping anything they could into the sauce, even spoonfuls of cous-cous! Taking the advice of a previous post, I didn't boil the ingredients, instead I whisked them together over medium heat- worked like a charm.
This was very good, although still a little too peanut butter-y for my tastes. I diluted it a bit with more soy sauce and a little chicken broth to taste, and then it was perfect! I think that the blend of flavors is great, and it went well with lo-mein noodles as a cold, room-temperature, and hot dish. It really did remain good in the refrigerator for a week, too! Thanks for a great recipe.
Good sauce. I had to leave out the chili sauce since I was feeding it to my 2 little ones. Next time I would cut the hoison sauce down to 1/4 a cup since I found this to be a little on the salty side and I upped the honey to about 4 Tbls. Thanks for sharing.
Excellent. I love California Pizza Kitchen's Thai Chicken pizza. This sauce is the real thing. I served this over Soma noodles with shredded carrots, chopped scallions, bean sprouts, and chopped peanuts.