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    I love Chicken and beef satay but decided to avoid the peanuts and go with Almond butter instead. It was Fantastic!


    Satay Dipping Sauce

    4 TBSP Almond Butter

    1 TBSP Sesame Butter (Tahini)

    1 TBSP Honey

    Juice from one Lime

    2 TSP fish sauce

    1 TSP Tamarind Paste

    8 ounces Coconut Milk

    2 TBSP Smashed Almonds (Chopped will do)


    Heat all the ingredients over medium low heat in a sauce pan until well blended. Dip your satay skewers in the sauce and enjoy!


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    Mmmmmm, that sounds delicious! I never thought of using almond butter. Must try. Where's the garlic?


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    YUM! I haven't had satay in ages. Thanks for the recipe!


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    OOOPS! Forgot the Garlic and the Hot Chili Peppers!!! DUH. Add enough of each to the recipe to spice it up. I have also squeezed a little lime in it to zing it up a bit but not needed. This is one of those...make it up and test recipes...


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    I love satay too, and I was thinking I could try subbing almond butter, too! Glad to hear it worked for you!!


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    A couple of years ago John Thorne wrote an incredible piece on satay in his food letter "Simple Cooking." Check it out if you have a chance.


    www.outlawcook.com


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