Thai peanut stir fry sauce is easy to prepare using peanut butter and six other simple ingredients. Great with stir-fried chicken, peppers and noodles.
Genius! Thanks for this simple, quick and delicious recipe. I cut back a bit on the sugar but amounts tend to be a bit flexible when you're dealing with spoons of peanut butter. People with nut allergies should steer clear - 29 Nov 2017
Great recipe! I would give this 4 1/2 stars if I could. I love it just as it is and so did my boys. My husband liked it also, but he asked me to cut back a little on the vinegar and add more peanut butter next time I make it. He's the one I made this for anyway because he likes peanut sauce. I adjusted the recipe to make 10 servings and the only thing I did different was just to cut back a smidge on the cayenne pepper since I am not a big fan of too much heat in my food. I cooked a 16oz box of spaghetti noodles and the amount of sauce for 10 servings was practically the perfect amount for it. I cooked chicken to go with it, but I think the noodles soaked up most all of the sauce before I had the chicken cut up so I didn't mix the chicken with the noodles. I think next time I'll cut up the chicken and mix with the sauce just before mixing into the noodles, maybe even make just slightly more sauce. Will definitely make again! - 26 Aug 2015 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Well, this was excellent, but it's not ONLY a stir fry sauce. I used it as a dressing for a quick Asian Noodle Salad loaded with linguini, red bell pepper, zucchini, cilantro, green onion, carrots, and chopped peanuts...it was delicious! I put this together so quickly that I even forgot to heat it up. Used my battery-operated whisk, and the brown sugar dissolved just fine. Made with pantry items that I always have on hand, I love that this sauce can be used in multiple ways. Thanks Bonnie Gertz! - 30 Jul 2015 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)