The combination of flavours and textures in this recipe will have you craving this Asian Salad with Peanut Butter Dressing full of crunchy and healthy vegetables over and over again! The peanut butter dressing in this Asian style salad is sweet, salty, sour and just slightly spicy. It makes this dish so delicious and addictive you'll want to have this salad every day of the week! This salad can be enjoyed as a light meal or you can add some protein like grilled chicken, shrimp or even tofu to make this a more substantial dish. There are many ingredients in this salad. And though it takes a bit of time to prepare, it does make a lot and will last a few days without the dressing in the refrigerator.
Asian Peanut Sauce
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Skip the photo tutorial - Jump straight to the recipe. Peanut sauce is one of my favorite condiments. It's typically used in Thai dishes like satay, but I most often use it for a tasty dip with raw veggies. I also use peanut sauce in three popular recipes that I've previously shared on The Yummy Life:. I used to thin my peanut sauce with plain water, but I've recently changed my recipe to use coconut milk. Oh man.
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Peanut sauce , satay sauce , bumbu kacang , sambal kacang , or pecel is an Indonesian sauce made from ground roasted or fried peanuts , widely used in cuisines worldwide. Peanut sauce is used with meat and vegetables, adding flavor to grilled skewered meat, such as satays ,  poured over vegetables as salad dressing such as in gado-gado , or as a dipping sauce. The main ingredient is ground roasted peanuts , for which peanut butter can act as a substitute. A typical recipe usually contains ground roasted peanuts or peanut butter smooth or crunchy , coconut milk , soy sauce , tamarind , galangal , garlic , and spices such as coriander seed or cumin.
Packed with protein and spice, the sesame peanut dressing is loaded with flavor and makes an amazing guilt-free chicken wrap. Even though it sounds sort of strange, believe me, once you try this Thai Toast, you'll have a new go-to breakfast that's quick, easy and delicious. And best of all, it's good for you! Imagine if a super fresh Thai spring roll combined its goodness with the richness of a Chinese steamed bun. Well, that's what's going on in these Thai spring roll inspired steamed buns.