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@SoE That looks amazing. What about swapping sugar pumpkin for the butternut squash? Served over fresh papardelle?

Also: I'm expanding the scope of this thread to sauces in general.

So now, I can ask you about peanut sauces...
I made one with
Peanut butter
Peanut oil
Hot Dijon mustard
Ground ginger
Sugar
Vinegar
Soy sauce

But it's not working. Something to serve over grilled chicken kebabs. My boss is calling it 'thai peanut sauce' so, you know, if there's a key component to thai cuisine, maybe that's it.
I've thought about cutting the vinegar and increasing the soy sauce, as well as mixing chopped crispy garlic and crushed peanuts at the end, and substituting chili oil for some of the peanut oil.

Any thoughts?
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every thai peanut sauce I have had/made has tahini in it...but don't overdo
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Pumpkin works really well for it. And pumpkin can also be mixed with peanut butter and curry with sauteed onions and ginger to make a really unique puree.

As for peanut sauce, rice wine vinegar and sesame oil are key.

1/2 Cup peanut butter
1 T soy sauce
1 clove garlic
1 tsp. grated fresh ginger
1 jalapeno pepper seeded chopped
1/2 tsp. chili oil (1/2 tsp. vegetable oil plus 1/4 tsp. cayenne)
1/2 tsp. sesame oil
rice vinegar to thin

Mix everything but rice vinegar, then drizzle in and whisk until it is saucy (usually about 1/8 cup)
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I got it to work.

@SoE
Agreed on sesame oil...but I can't justify the expense.

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Tried tahini...wasn't feeling it. Maybe you're right, and I just overdid it, but idk.

But basically the original w/chopped peanuts toasted, and chopped garlic that is fried in peanut oil.

Toss the chicken in this, and I made a spicy-sweet chili relish to serve on the side.
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