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Pork Satay With Peanut Lime Dipping Sauce

This is incredibly easy to make and a delicious addition to any Asian-themed meal! I got this recipe from my Dad; I think he got it from a LCBO magazine about 10 years ago. The preparation time includes marinating time. The peanut lime dipping sauce can be made up to 3 days ahead, but grill the satays just before serving. You can also substitute beef, chicken or shrimp, for the pork, with equally delicious results!

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  • Combine all marinade ingredients in food processor or blender and puree. Set aside.
  • Cut pork into 6-inch lengths and slice each length into 1/2-inch long strips. Thread pork strips onto bamboo skewers.
  • Place skewers into 9x13-inch pan (or a zipper bag) and pour marinade over all. Turn skewers to ensure they are evenly coated. Cover, refrigerate and marinate for 2 to 3 hours.
  • Grill pork for 2 minutes on each side or until cooked through.
  • Peanut Lime Sauce:

  • Put peanut butter in a medium size bowl. Slowly whisk in remaining ingredients. The peanut butter will "seize" after each liquid addition, but keep whisking and it will smooth out.
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"This is incredibly easy to make and a delicious addition to any Asian-themed meal! I got this recipe from my Dad; I think he got it from a LCBO magazine about 10 years ago. The preparation time includes marinating time. The peanut lime dipping sauce can be made up to 3 days ahead, but grill the satays just before serving. You can also substitute beef, chicken or shrimp, for the pork, with equally delicious results!"
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  1. shelteredcreature
    I only used the dipping sauce from this recipe to go with spring rolls filled with a thai cucumber salad, brown rice noodles, chopped roasted peanuts, purple cabbage, and spinach. It went perfectly with my spring rolls! I ended up adding a little more peanut butter and chile sauce, also some oyster sauce, and the flavor was rich and tangy and even went nicely over leftover cold rice noodles. I love lime juice so I did not find it too strong, but for those who aren't too fond could easily find it too overpowering and I recommend starting with just a tablespoon or 2. This will be my go-to peanut sauce from here on out.
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  2. NOLAinBlairsville
    I used chicken instead of pork....delish! My kids liked the meat without the dipping sauce. The chicken had such good flavor after grilling. My husband and I used the dipping sauce, which was fabulous! Lots of depth of flavor. Excellent Dish. I will definitely use again!!
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  3. NOLAinBlairsville
    I used chicken instead of pork....delish! My kids liked the meat without the dipping sauce. The chicken had such good flavor after grilling. My husband and I used the dipping sauce, which was fabulous! Lots of depth of flavor. Excellent Dish. I will definitely use again!!
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  4. Jen in Victoria
    I liked the marinade but the dipping sauce had a very strong lime flavour. I added more peanut butter, vinegar, brown sugar and some whole milk but it was still too strong for my taste. I think next time I will use my old recipe which only had 2 tbsp lime juice in it.
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  5. Crazycook in PA
    This recipe was good but I found the dipping sauce way too salty. I had to add a lot more brown sugar to it. Next time I think I will cut down on the soy sauce. I used the marinade on some pork tenderloin pounded down and it was really good. I will make this again though.
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