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I am not a big fan of peanuts but I love eating Peanut Sauce which is also known as the Satay/Sate Sauce in Malaysia and Thailand. Making your own Peanut Sauce can a daunting task as you have to slowly roast the peanuts, peel them off the skins, grind them and then make them into a paste/sauce. This process usually takes at least half a day but the aroma and intensity of fresh Peanut Sauce is absolutely heavenly. There are many quick-fix recipes these days that calls for peanut butter as a substitute for real peanuts but let me tell you honestly, it is no where close to the real thing. I have tried making it once and regretted my decision almost immediately when I saw how pale-looking, diluted and aroma-less if there`s such a word my instant Peanut Sauce was. It was just BLAH! I learned the painful way that this is one of the few sauces that you have to make from scratch.
I was lucky enough to buy a jar of Satay Paste from a lady when I went home for Vacation and I tried to stretch my Peanut Sauce as much as I could. I fried up some Tofu and heated up the Peanut Sauce, added some peanuts for the extra crunchiness before drizzling the sauce all over the tofu. All I can say is DELICIOUSSSSSSYOSO!!