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    Originally Posted by desslok View Post
    I have used it to make sauces, mainly Mediterranean type of sauces. I think I tried to make my own Halvah bars too once but they didn’t turn out. But tahini itself is not really spoonworthy like a good PB or nut butter.

    Edit: i have some in the fridge, i’ll try with honey and salt on toast tomorrow morning.

    Ps: if you like tahini, try making some halva.( i didn’t have a candy thermometer before, i may try again)Here is a “traditional” basic recipe:
    https://www.alfez.com/recipe-items/t...-tahini-halva/

    And some flavored:
    https://www.epicurious.com/recipes/f...s/halva-5-ways
    Do you know any good Vietnamese/Thai peanut sauce recipes? Everything I’ve tried tasted nothing like a restaurants
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    Originally Posted by desslok View Post
    I have used it to make sauces, mainly Mediterranean type of sauces. I think I tried to make my own Halvah bars too once but they didn’t turn out. But tahini itself is not really spoonworthy like a good PB or nut butter.

    Edit: i have some in the fridge, i’ll try with honey and salt on toast tomorrow morning.

    Ps: if you like tahini, try making some halva.( i didn’t have a candy thermometer before, i may try again)Here is a “traditional” basic recipe:
    https://www.alfez.com/recipe-items/t...-tahini-halva/

    And some flavored:
    https://www.epicurious.com/recipes/f...s/halva-5-ways
    Nice. I've tried some halva in a halva store in Amsterdam. It was amazing. Iirc that's where I got the idea to have it with honey and salt.
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    Originally Posted by snailsrus View Post
    Do you know any good Vietnamese/Thai peanut sauce recipes? Everything I’ve tried tasted nothing like a restaurants
    You know, i did get the recipe from my favorite local restaurant here(the owner has written several popular thai cookbooks). But it called for ingredients i couldn’t find at my local stores. It needed things like lemongrass, tamarind juice, and I think slme kind of chile in couldn’t find. I believe thai soy sauce is also different than japanese style you find everywhere. That said, i sometimes stop at here restaurant and buy the little tubs of their peanut sauce and make my own chicken sate skewers at home(thats the easy part)

    Edit: can’t find the recipe atm, but here is someone who has made it from her book. I can barely makeout the recipe on my iphone, but its clearly different than any other recipe that google comes up with.
    https://woodwardcooks.wordpress.com/...nut-su-mei-yu/
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    Originally Posted by desslok View Post
    You know, i did get the recipe from my favorite local restaurant here(the owner has written several popular thai cookbooks). But it called for ingredients i couldn’t find at my local stores. It needed things like lemongrass, tamarind juice, and I think slme kind of chile in couldn’t find. I believe thai soy sauce is also different than japanese style you find everywhere. That said, i sometimes stop at here restaurant and buy the little tubs of their peanut sauce and make my own chicken sate skewers at home(thats the easy part)

    You'd be surprised how good a simple combination of peanut butter, sriracha, garlic powder, and soysauce + water (to desired texture) works as a Thai-style satay/peanut sauce.
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    Originally Posted by AdamWW View Post
    You'd be surprised how good a simple combination of peanut butter, sriracha, garlic powder, and soysauce + water (to desired texture) works as a Thai-style satay/peanut sauce.
    Yeah i sometimes make simple sauces out of laziness/time, but nothing comes close to Saffron’s peanut sauce.

    You want to up your game though, throw some toasted sesame oil into your mix. I sometimes just mix that with soy sauce and minced garlic for a super easy/fast sauce.
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    Originally Posted by desslok View Post
    Yeah i sometimes make simple sauces out of laziness/time, but nothing comes close to Saffron’s peanut sauce.

    You want to up your game though, throw some toasted sesame oil into your mix. I sometimes just mix that with soy sauce and minced garlic for a super easy/fast sauce.
    I freakin love adding sesame flavors. A nice sprinkle of seeds on any asian dish adds a ton of flavor
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    Originally Posted by desslok View Post
    You know, i did get the recipe from my favorite local restaurant here(the owner has written several popular thai cookbooks). But it called for ingredients i couldn’t find at my local stores. It needed things like lemongrass, tamarind juice, and I think slme kind of chile in couldn’t find. I believe thai soy sauce is also different than japanese style you find everywhere. That said, i sometimes stop at here restaurant and buy the little tubs of their peanut sauce and make my own chicken sate skewers at home(thats the easy part)

    Edit: can’t find the recipe atm, but here is someone who has made it from her book. I can barely makeout the recipe on my iphone, but its clearly different than any other recipe that google comes up with.
    https://woodwardcooks.wordpress.com/...nut-su-mei-yu/
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    Generally I have used peanut butter, apple cider vinegar, Thai chili oil, sesame paste (Tahini) and sometimes a little coconut milk. I’ll have to try her recipe. We have a lot of asian grocery stores here
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