Peanut Ginger Tamari Stir-Fry Sauce

"Quick and easy, this sauce works well for vegetarian stir-fry, or for dipping veggie rolls in. For a stir-fry, you may want to double the amounts so you can use some for cooking and leave some uncooked to drizzle over the finished product just before serving. I usually use this for a stir-fry of tofu, carrots, and bok choi, served on a bed of Basmati rice."
 
Peanut Ginger Tamari Stir-Fry Sauce created by Elise and family
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  • Pour Tamari into a small bowl. Add warm water.
  • Add peanut butter and smush carefully until well-blended.
  • Add chilis.
  • Chop and add ginger. Add black pepper. Stir well.
  • Add to stir-fry as it cooks, in several small amounts (about a teaspoon at a time). Drizzle the remainder over the vegetables and rice just before serving. (The cooked and fresh ginger make a nice combination, we find!) Enjoy!
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    Peanut Ginger Tamari Stir-Fry Sauce Created by Elise and family
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    Quick and easy, this sauce works well for vegetarian stir-fry, or for dipping veggie rolls in. For a stir-fry, you may want to double the amounts so you can use some for cooking and leave some uncooked to drizzle over the finished product just before serving. I usually use this for a stir-fry of tofu, carrots, and bok choi, served on a bed of Basmati rice.
     
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