Adding lime juice was a good idea...I used honey instead of sugar which gave a nice consistency and flavor.
Very good, but I made a few changes. Added about 2 tablespoons lime juice, which I highly recommend. Used about half the sugar, and it seemed about the right sweetness. Also used a bit less water, probably about 1/2 cup. So easy and very quick, we will definitely make this again. Served with brown rice and sauteed broccoli. Kids loved it, too!
This recipe was delicious, I'll definitely try it again. We made satay-style kebobs, and ate it with rice and pea tendrils. I had a couple issues, which may have been user error: 1. The sauce separated continually while it was cooking, no matter how much I whisked. Presentation-wise, it was not good. I used natural peanut butter, so that might have been the issue, but I may have also added the liquids too quickly. 2. It spattered everywhere, I would recommend using a taller sauce pan rather than small, because I had peanut butter/soy sauce gunk everywhere, and I wasn't even whisking very quickly. Next time I'll heat up the peanut butter more slowly, use a bigger pan, and add liquids more slowly, but I don't know that I did anything incorrectly this time. Either way, it tasted great, so it will definitely make a return in our kitchen!
This was an excellent dish. I followed the recipe exactly and it was delicious. The sauce had some nice zip but not too spicy. Very easy and quick to make.
This is an awesome recipe. Very easy. Careful timing is the key. Definitely a repeater!!!
Yummy! This recipe was so easy to make. It took me longer to defrost my chicken than it did to actually make everything. The peanut sauce was delicious and had a very nice presentation. Perfect for any weeknight or if you are having guests! This one is a keeper!