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Satay Sauce: Nut Free Recipe


We haven't eaten satay sauce in our house for a very long time, like a lot of you I expect. But, food doesn't need to be boring when your dealing with food allergies, so today I want to share with you how to make satay sauce, minus the peanuts! It takes literally 5 minutes and if your family can eat peanuts then feel free to swap the Eskal Free Nut Butter with real peanut butter. I guarantee this recipe tastes as good as the real thing!


I used crunchy Eskal Free Nut Butter but if you kids are fussy (like mine!) and like things smooth then use the smooth version. You could even puree the satay sauce once it's made if you feel you need to. If you choose the No Added Sugar version you may just need to alter the seasonings a little to get the balance right.


I've also used Melrose Worcestershire Sauce in this to balance the flavours. It's fantastic in just about everything and I use it a lot. It's great in gravy, shepherds pie..... anything that needs a bit of a flavour boost. If you don't have any though and you NEED to make this recipe right away then I'd substitute GF Tamari/Soy Sauce or coconut aminos.


Nut Free Satay Sauce Recipe - Happy Tummies
 

Satay Sauce Recipe: Nut Free

Gluten free, wheat free, dairy free, egg free, soy free, nut free

1 onion, medium size diced very finely
1 clove of garlic, freshly minced
​2 tspscoconut oil (or oil of choice)
150g
Eskal Free Nut Butter - I used crunchy but smooth would be fine
1 tsp Melrose Organic Worcestershire Sauce
2 tsps coconut sugar (or sweetner of choice)
¼ tsp dried chilli powder
200mls coconut milk - I used Honest to Goodness

Method:

  • Fry the onion and garlic in the coconut oil until browned - about 3 minutes
  • Prepare all other ingredients so you can toss them all in at the same time
  • Turn the heat lower and add other ingredients
  • Mix until well combined and let it gently heat for a few minutes until smooth


I served this over simple chicken kebabs and with some steamed veg and plain basmati rice.

 Recipe From happytummies.com.au - Copyright 2016 Happy Tummies

 

Enjoy!! Lisa x


PS. This week is National EOS Awareness Week, hosted by ausEE and we had this meal last night as part of the Top 8 Challenge. ausEE is a wonderful charity that supports families affected by eosinophilic disorders - like our son Alex!


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