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from Bronx, NY Sate from Peanut Butter source:jdwillia@gpu3.srv.ualberta.ca Makes about 2 cups 1/4 cup EACH,peanutbutter, hot water, soya sauce 2-4 tablespoons rice vinegar or any type of Vinegar available. 2-4 Tablespoons chopped onion 2-4 minced cloves garlic 1 teaspoon Brown sugar or regular sugar 1-3 teaspoons hot sauce or hot chili paste to taste. Put all the above in a sauce pan and bring to a boil, then lower flame and simmer until thickish, but still pourable. Note: It is good with tofu, cooked meat, chicken, served over rice, steamed vegetables over noodles and topped with or without raisins, coconut, sliced bananas. Enjoy, Lei Gui

Sate from Peanut Butter


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from Bronx, NY

Sate from
Peanut Butter

source:jdwillia@gpu3.srv.ualberta.ca
Makes about 2 cups
1/4 cup EACH,peanutbutter,
hot water, soya sauce
2-4 tablespoons
rice vinegar or any type of
Vinegar available.
2-4 Tablespoons chopped
onion
2-4 minced cloves
garlic
1 teaspoon
Brown sugar or regular sugar
1-3 teaspoons
hot sauce or hot chili paste to taste.

Put all the above in a
sauce pan and bring to a boil, then lower flame and simmer until
thickish, but still pourable.
Note: It is good with
tofu, cooked meat, chicken, served over rice, steamed vegetables over
noodles and topped with or without raisins, coconut, sliced bananas.

Enjoy,
Lei Gui



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