This is great, but use ONLY ONE spoon of soy sauce...otherwise it's wayyyy too salty. Use full-fat mayo as well :)
Peanut Dipping Sauce
For a sure-hit hors d'oeuvre, serve this sauce with crudités and/or skewered grilled chicken, pork or beef. Or use it as a spread for “grown-up” peanut butter sandwiches.
4 Reviews for Peanut Dipping Sauce
This is a great recipe, but only one spoon of soy sauce is necessary! Use full-fat mayo :)
The sauce is delicious with a nice kick of spice from the pepper and garlic. I combined the ingredients in my makeshift double boiler to make it a bit warm (also helps the peanut butter soften and blend). I substituted the brown sugar with about two packets of Truvia. You definitely need the sweet to bring the flavors together. Always adjust to taste. Mmmmmm good!
Making this dip for years! Everyone loves it!
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