Bear with me for a minute while I take a trip down memory lane – you’ll see why in a minute
It was our second date. A double date to be exact – with my best friend and her current husband and I with my husband now. We went rock climbing … never had rock climbed a day in my life, but you better believe I would not say that.
My friend and I especially lying on the floor watching our guys show climbing the walls, and to be honest, the rest is history for me. We had the best day – that ended in this little place in town for Thai food. I had never experienced before Thai food, and not just drop me completely for my now husband that day, I also was completely in love with Thai cuisine.
I have “real foodified” if you will, some of our favorite Thai dishes at home, and I think you will be surprised how authentic can give a taste with, you go figure … real ingredients. And with minimal effort – everything in the pot simmered – 10 minutes made
This recipe makes enough sauce to take us through a couple of dinners for my family 5. usually it is removed in a large saute. It can be used for dipping sauce too. Make it thicker or thinner as you like! And adjust the heat to your preference. This is pretty soft since I have little to eat – I want you enjoy it too! My husband and I add more heat to our plate separately.
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Print Thai peanut sauce :: monosodium glutamate, starch, fill, and sugar Author: Renee – www.raisinggenerationnourished.com ingredients
- ¾ cup butter, organic, natural peanut (just peanuts and salt No other oils or added sugar I got mine in Costco – !! or you have a high-powered mixer (lucky you!) you can make your own)
- 1 cup coconut milk (or home . or is is a safe brand in a BPA free tin)
- ½ cup amino coconut
- 2 teaspoons ground ginger
- 2 teaspoon garlic powder
- 1 teaspoon red pepper flakes (more if you want more heat)
- sea salt / pepper to taste
- water to the desired consistency – I like thicker and use about ¼ – ½ cup
- Everything in a small saucepan and bring to a simmer for about 10 minutes to incorporate. You can add more water or coconut milk as you go to get the consistency you want for your stir fry or immersion.
What is your favorite food Thai? I want to know how you like the peanut sauce if given a chance!
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