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While shopping one day the Trader Joes Satay Peanut Sauce caught my eye and I decided to pick it up. Ive wanted peanut chicken for a while, and since I had never truthfully had peanut satay I decided itd be a great opportunity to try something new. Since I had chicken breast out for dinner I decided to create an experimental dish and Im glad to say it turned out well!
The sauce itself is very thick, actually thicker than I expected it to be. Its definitely not a sauce Id add on top of a dish, but its a sauce that Id incorporate with my dish (protein or even a noodle dish) that had other items in it to help thin it out just a tad. Its got a rather potent peanut flavor (expected) but the flavor category in itself is rather mild. Im big on very bold and noticeable flavors and this is mediocre on its own.
I had 5 Perdue Perfect Portions chicken breasts to prepare for dinner. So I added it all to a bowl, added in a tablespoon of minced garlic, 1 teaspoon of sesame oil and 3 tablespoons of Trader Joes Satay Peanut Sauce. I mixed everything together and let it marinate in the refrigerator for a few hours. I grilled the chicken in my non-stick grill pan and it came out pretty well.
The sauce held up well while grilling, it didnt completely burn or smoke up my kitchen. The chicken turned out to be mild with a small hint of spice in the background. This is a sauce Ill use up, but Ill make sure to add other flavor categories to it to help boost the flavor category.
A 1 tablespoon serving is 25 calories or 1 points plus value.
Have you tried the Satay Peanut sauce?