Thursday, August 09, 2012

Satay Beef With FreeNut Butter

As promised, in this post about FreeNut Butter,
I cooked some satay using the FreeNut Butter


It was a success, delicious and surprisingly satay-y!!
I used my quick satay recipe and replaced the peanut butter with the FreeNut Butter.
I browned 600g beef strips
removed from the wok and then added about a teaspoon crushed garlic and half a teaspoon of chopped chilli
then tossed in  my vegetables (we used carrot, asparagus, broccolini and spring onion)
I then added 2 tablespoons of Freenut butter, 2 tablespoons oyster sauce and half a tablespoon of soy sauce.
Returned the beef to the wok, with all the lovely juices, and stirred through until the sauce looked glossy like the photo.
Was creamy, just like a satay, but, of course, it didn’t taste of peanuts but because I used the crunchy Freenut
every now and then you would get one of the roasted sunflower seeds and the flavour would just pop in your mouth
and a great alternative to peanut satay!

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