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Simple Peanut Satay Sauce

A simple, quick peanut satay-style sauce blends in seconds and elevates the most simplistic salads, grains and proteins.

  • Servesapprox. ¾ cup
  • Cooks in 0
  • Prep time 5 mins
  • Plant Protein

    Recipes with plant protein-rich ingredients.  Examples of plant-based high protein foods include; quinoa, teff, millet, wild rice, oats, buckwheat, amaranth, sorghum, wheat, nuts, seeds, hemp seeds, peas, beans, lentils, legumes, soy, tofu & tempeh, broccoli, brussels, spinach, kale, mushrooms, nutritional yeast.

  • Anti Oxidants

    Anti-oxidant are phytonutrients that can help slow & prevent cellular damage from free radicals that can cause disease. Many plants contain anti-oxidants.

  • Vitamin E

    Vitamin E is a fat-soluble antioxidant nutrient that helps our body fight and prevent disease.  Vitamin E and supports healthy growth of skin, hair, brain, hormone and cellular functions

  • Magnesium
  • Vitamin B's


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  • ¼ cup water
  • ½ cup peanut butter - smooth | crunchy
  • 2 tbsp soy sauce | tamari
  • 1 tbsp rice vinegar | lime juice
  • 1 tsp grated ginger
  • Dash of chilli sauce - if you like!


Simple Peanut Satay Sauce


BLEND, WHISK or shake all ingredients together to form a smooth sauce.  Using a blender take seconds.


TASTE adjust to your tastes – add more ginger or chilli sauce for extra spice.


SERVE drizzled over salads, noodles, simple crispy salad, grains, proteins, vegetable slaws, tofu 


STORE in the fridge covered.  Keeps well, give it a good stir before serving.

Chef Hat Icon Chef tips + Ingredient Swaps + Ideas

BUYING ORGANIC peanuts & peanut butter is important because of harmful carcinogenic chemicals used in conventionally grown peanuts. 


MAKE YOUR OWN peanut butter – its easy + quick + the BEST peanut butter; you will EVER EAT simple blend 2cups of peanuts & a pinch of salt until it forms peanut butter consistency.  


PLEASE READ THE LABEL – peanut butter should be peanuts + salt!  Even organic peanut butter companies add all sorts of unnecessary “stuff”, including sugar which we don’t need more of and palm oil which has a huge environmental impact. 


SWAP peanut for other nuts and seed butter – the flavour will change; you may need to add salt.

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