Beef Sate with Peanut Dipping Sauce

  • VirginiaBeach Posted: 11/18/08
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    I'm a big Thai fan so keep that in mind. The beef should have been marinaded overnight and with a more complex mixer. The peanut sauce of adequate but adding some chopped peanuts would have been a great improvement.

  • carolfitz Posted: 08/22/09
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    Super-quick & super-easy. Used a bit more hoisin and marinated at room temp while doing the rest of the prep. Chopped peanuts and a sprinkle of finely minced red chile atop the sauce.

  • stacylynn Posted: 02/23/11
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    Excellent & easy. I do feel like the steak needs something else for the marinade--possibly some ginger & garlic, & overnight. Made 2 versions of the peanut sauce--one with curry paste & one without for the kids. Served with Mint-Cilantro Coconut Rice (CL also), pineapple/banana salad & sugar snap peas. Regular rotation for this meal.

  • Debbie17 Posted: 06/30/09
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    I love thai and was super excited about this recipe. I am sorry to say that it tastes nothing like what you would get in a restaurant. I found that the amount of curry paste over-powered the flavor. I will not make this again.

  • KellyAF Posted: 03/01/09
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    AMAZING!!! My family loved it. I couldn't find light coconut milk. Only the full fat kind so I used coconut juice instead. It turned out awesome!! I would make it again.

  • eefinn Posted: 03/22/09
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    Great recipe - I marinated the meat in the hoisin sauce overnight. Really easy and quick.

  • Drepoza06 Posted: 08/26/12
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    Love this recipe, i make it all the time. But i always make extra peanut sauce, and use it on chicken or other steak later. So yummy!! Ive made for just a quick dinner tonight or when having company over and its always a hit!

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