Often the domain of Asian food, you'll find peanut sauce in recipes such as Thai Chicken Wings with Peanut Sauce, Indonesian Sate with Peanut Sauce, and Pepper Shrimp with Peanut Sauce.
A nutty and sweet sauce flavors these quick-cooking chicken breasts and fresh green beans.
Serve these spicy lo mein-style noodles as a main-dish or side dish. For a totally vegetarian recipe, replace the chicken broth with vegetable broth.
Use this simple sauce on meat or poultry during the last 5 minutes of grilling.
Follow the step-by-step directions and the stir-fry and the rice will be done at exactly the right time. Chop all the vegetables--bok choy, carrots, and scallions--before you start on the rice.
A peanut butter and ginger marinade imparts Asian flavors to economical chicken thighs. The chilled fruit salsa offers a fresh counterpoint.
Make this four-ingredient peanut sauce on the stovetop. Serve the marinated and smoked steak with peanut sauce and hot cooked rice.
This Asian recipe calls for readily available ingredients but tastes like it came from your favorite Thai restaurant. Serve the peanut sauce in small bowls alongside the beef kabobs.
Sweet and spicy peanut sauce dresses up whimsical bow tie pasta, colorful and crisp sweet peppers, and best of all, grilled shrimp.
Asian-inspired dinner idea: Serve this colorful bowl of peanutty pasta with a side of beef or chicken satay.
This slightly sweet, slightly spicy sauce goes great with fresh vegetables. Serve it for a snack or as an appetizer.
Bottled stir-fry sauce provides a dozen different seasoning ingredients in a single step. Vary this pasta recipe by changing the sauce and the vegetables each time you make it.
You can have this quick salad on the table in less time than it takes to pick up take-out. Using strips of rotisserie chicken and ramen noodles keeps prep time down to 20 minutes.