Peanut Sauce & Dip Recipes

Peanut dips and sauces are used all around the world. You will find them in Thai food, asian dishes and even in recipes from Egypt! Not only do these peanut dipping sauces and dressings turn your dish from ok to great, they are a nutritious ingredient that adds tons of health benefits to the meal.

What is served with peanut dipping sauce?

The possibilities are endless, but some common uses for peanut sauces include spring rolls, noodle dishes and as a peanut butter vegetable dip for all kinds of veggies. This ingredient can add a new take on traditional sauces and dips like yogurt dips, BBQ sauces and so much more. Call it a dressing and put your peanut sauce recipe on salads, dinner recipes or use it for appetizers.

How do you make peanut sauce?

Every recipe is different and has its own steps, but the basics remain the same. Add peanut butter, your other ingredients, and mix. Add water, and mix again. And there you go! Super easy and simple. The key to a great peanut sauce is a great consistency. If the sauce is too thin, add some water, if it’s too thick, add more peanut butter. The beauty of homemade peanut sauce is that you can make it your own. Start with some of the great recipes listed here to see what these peanut sauces can add to your meals.

Carolina Peanut Butter Barbecue Sauce

Carolina Peanut Butter Barbecue Sauce

Your family will love this tangy sauce with a peanut protein kick! Try it on everything! Adapted from:  Paula Deen Vegetarian Gluten Free  1 1/2   cups apple cider vinegar   1-2  tablespoons Worcestershire sauce  1-2  tablespoons peanut butter  1  teaspoon salt  1...

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Schezuan Peanut Sauce for Noodles

Schezuan Peanut Sauce for Noodles

Customize egg noodles and vegetables with this flavorful sauce. It’ll keep for 2 weeks in the refrigerator. Vegetarian Dairy-Free Makes 3 cups  2  cups peanut oil  1  heaping cup raw, shelled peanuts  1/2   cup freshly made tea, warm  5  garlic cloves  1  tablespoon...

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Peanut Dukkah

Peanut Dukkah

To enjoy this delicious dry sauce, dip a piece of bread into olive oil and then into the dukkah. You can also use as a seasoning for roasted vegetables or as a crust on roasted meats like lamb. Adapted from Claudia Rodin Vegetarian Gluten Free Dairy-Free Makes 4 cups...

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Southeast Asian Sweet Chili Peanut Sauce

Southeast Asian Sweet Chili Peanut Sauce

Serve with this versatile sauce on raw cut vegetables like jicama, radishes, carrots or bell peppers. Or drizzle over fish, chicken or noodles. The possibilities are endless! Vegetarian Gluten Free Dairy-Free  3  ounces peanut butter  3  ounces Mae Ploy brand sweet...

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Smoked Eggplant and Yogurt Salad

Smoked Eggplant and Yogurt Salad

The smokiness of the eggplant balances well with the peanut flavor in this salad. Serve alongside your favorite Indian dish or use for dipping with toasted pita and vegetables. If you don’t have a grill, broil the eggplant until charred. Adapted from Classic Indian...

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