Peanut Sauce Dressing – this classic Asian sauce turned into a dressing, and versatile enough for all of your Peanut Sauce needs!  

Peanut Sauce Dressing

Our time here today is going to be short and sweet, because Jason is finally coming home.  While it hasn’t been as long as the deployment, but time is time and let’s just say I’m super excited that this bout is over and done with!

I’m also super excited about Peanut Sauce Dressing.  You know peanut sauce: that peanut-buttery-creamy-tangy sauce that you may have dipped chicken satay in, or smothered over some fresh spring rolls.  Yes, that peanut sauce.

Well, I’ve got some homemade Peanut Sauce Dressing for you today, because your life needs it, and it needs it now.


Because not only is it going to go on the most delicious Cilantro Salad {coming soon!}, it’s going to be your go-to for EVERYTHING.  Yep, I said it.  Everything.

Noodles? Yep.

Grilled chicken (because it’s grillin’ season y’all!)?  Yep.

Grilled veggies?  Yep.

Quick dip for raw veggies? Yep.

Spring rolls? Obviously yep.

Peanut Sauce Dressing // Fork in the Kitchen

Seriously, you cannot go wrong with this recipe.  It’s quick, easy, and made with 8 REAL INGREDIENTS.

Y’all should know by now I love real ingredients, especially when it comes to dressings.  When they’re so easy to make, take hardly any time, and make all the difference with your health (not to mention far fewer calories!), it’s so, so, so worth it.  Don’t you agree?

Peanut Sauce Dressing // Fork in the Kitchen

Queen of leading questions, right here.  But yes, I know you agree, because you’re here.  And if you don’t agree yet, then you will once you start making your own.  Promise.

Peanut Sauce Dressing // Fork in the Kitchen
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Get the Recipe Peanut Sauce Dressing

This classic Asian-inspired sauce turned into a dressing. It's versatile enough for all of your Peanut Sauce needs, from tossing on salads, dipping potstickers, and more!



  • Whisk together shallot, garlic, lime juice, soy sauce, honey, and peanut butter. Slowly whisk in the sesame and olive oil until combined.
  • Store in an airtight container in the fridge.
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By the Way…

This recipe is part of our collection of savory homemade sauce recipes. Check it out!