Look here for ideas to jazz up your satay sauce, from the traditional peanut sauce to modern variations.
This is a basic Malaysian/Thai satay sauce you can use with any meat, tofu or vegetable dish. Very easy to make.
Peanut butter is combined with garlic, coriander and freshly grated ginger. Spiced with chilli flakes it's processed until smooth. Serve chilled with chicken satay or fresh veggies.
This is the easiest satay you will ever make, and the taste is sensational. This will serve approximately 6 people.
Firm chunks of tofu velveted in cornflour to seal in the juices then fried in oil with your favourite vegetables then tossed with a prepared peanut sauce.
These are fresh, not fried spring rolls. They are perfect with the hoisin-peanut sauce and delicious for a party.