Our peanut sauce recipe makes the perfect topping for your favorite crepe recipes.
Try it drizzled over chicken or pork satay wrapped inside our savory scallion crepes!
This peanut dipping works best with any Asian type of crepes, the one I present below is the Thai Pork Satay. You may only know it as a skewer, but let me tell you, wrapped in a crepe it's even more delicious.
Off course the peanut sauce goes well with most pork or chicken recipes.
Whisk all ingredients together in a small saucepan over medium heat. Bring to a boil and reduce heat to a simmer. Let simmer for 3-5 minutes.
Yield: 1 cup of sauce
Now that your sauce is made, it's time to make your crepes. To continue the Asian theme, we recommend scallion crepes.
To make scallion crepes, simply add 1 tablespoon of chopped fresh scallions to our
basic crepe recipe.
The scallion adds some spice to your crepe batter and also some color. Because we put the chopped scallions right into the batter, they will make a funny pattern of little green pieces.
Coarsely chop or purée the mixture in your blender.
Next, make your crepes by following our 6 easy steps in How to Make Crepes.
Now, fill crepes with broiled pork tenderloin (as pictured), chicken or vegetable fillings.
Finally, drizzle with your sauce, peanuts, and extra scallions for garnish.
You'll love the delicious blend of sweet and savory flavors in this Asian-French dish!
One more thing you can do with your peanut butter! Use this peanut sauce recipe for any and all dishes you want to give an Asian touch. It will stir up memories of vacation and tropical paradises :-)
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