Taste Test: Ridiculously Delicious Old Fashioned Peanut Butter

Ft. Satay Sauce Recipe

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Ah peanut butter, how I love thee.

In our house peanut butter is a must have item. We’d rather run out of hot water than go a single day without its crunchy brown goodness. So you can understand my excitement when I came across a brand I hadn’t tried before: Ridiculously Delicious Old Fashioned Peanut Butter.

At first I was sceptical. How delicious could it really be? Well, honestly, ridiculously. This stuff is absolutely moreish. We opted for the crunchy variety over the smooth—though both are nothing but 100% Australian peanuts with a dash of Murray River salt—and we were very impressed.

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If you’re moving from the bigger name, supermarket-variety peanut butters, you might be surprised by the consistency of RD’s nut butter (it’s usually a little runny). But there’s nothing to worry about. It’s just oil from the peanuts—and lack of processing. Give it a good stir and you’ll be spreading it over your toast in no time.

But why stop there? I’ve used this peanut butter to make satays (see recipe below), spread it over veggie sticks and crackers, and eaten it straight off the spoon. So versatile, right?!

Do yourself a favour. Get to your local store and pick up a jar of Ridiculously Delicious Old Fashioned Peanut Butter. It’s ridiculously delicious.

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Satay Sauce

Ingredients

½ cup Ridiculously Delicious Old Fashioned Peanut Butter (either variety, though crunchy is best)
1 tsp soy sauce
½ tsp minced ginger
2 tsp sweet chilli sauce
½ cup boiling water
(optional) chilli flakes to taste

Method

Step 1: Blend all ingredients together.

Serve over whatever you like and refrigerate the rest.

Satay pork made with Ridiculously Delicious Old Fashioned Peanut Butter.

Satay pork (made with Ridiculously Delicious Old Fashioned Peanut Butter).

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