Thai Food Made Easy | VEGAN SATAY SAUCE
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Vegan Satay Sauce

Vegan Satay Sauce

Quantity: 250 ml of sauce


1                                       Big Red Chilli  

1 teaspoon                         Ginger puree

1teaspoon                          Lemon grass puree

3 teaspoon                         Rapeseed Oil

2/3 teaspoon                      Lime peel-finely sliced

1/2 teaspoon                       Ground cumin

1/2 teaspoon                       Ground coriander seeds

1/4teaspoon                        Salt

1/4teaspoon                        Ground pepper

50 gram                              Red Onion-chunky chopped

1 small handful                    Fresh coriander leaf

70 gram                              Salted peanuts

1 tablespoon                        Brown Sugar

1 tablespoon                        Soy sauce

200 millilitre                         Thai coconut milk.


-Blend the salted peanuts in an electric blender-set aside.

-Blend red chilli, ginger puree, lemongrass puree, lime peel, ground cumin, coriander seeds, salt, red onion, coriander, 1 tablespoon of rapeseed oil in an electric blender.

-Gently fry the curry paste and 1 tablespoon of rapeseed oil in the small frying pan for approx. 3-5 minutes.

-Add the coconut milk and bring it to boil.

-Season with the brown sugar, soy sauce and simmer for 15 minutes.

-Lastly, add the chopped peanut and fold all the ingredients together. Remove from the heat and leave it to cool.




-Use an electric handheld blender to create a smoother paste if you would prefer the velvety and creamy sauce. Thai satay has got a smooth consistency. 

-Satay sauce is such a versatile condiment. It can be eaten as a dipping sauce, spreading or put it in a stir-fried. 

-You can serve Satay Sauce with grilled vegetable, grilled /fried tofu but believe or not Thais serve it with toasts! Happy Cooking!



Vegan Satay Sauce

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