Shinae’s Super Spicy Peanut Sauce

Shinae’s Super Spicy Peanut Sauce

Domestic diva Shinae Choi Robinson recently posted a recipe for a spicy peanut sauce and I promised to share my attempt at recreating it. Here it is, tossed with some udon noodles and quick stir fried veggies. My son is sick with a cold, so I made him a tomato noodle soup.

Recipe ▶ http://goo.gl/VdHIx

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38 Responses to Shinae’s Super Spicy Peanut Sauce

  1. Rajini Rao says:


    Haha, thanks..all gone now 🙂


  2. HEY Rachel Thompson MMMHMM ! THATS LOOS AWESOME .

  3. Terry McNeil says:


    Looks amazing Rajini Rao That sauce is definitely on my to-do list!

  4. Rajini Rao says:


    Dan Bowden , I make my own Sriracha sauce..so it is fresh and hot! It’s really easy, I have a recipe on my cooking blog.

  5. Pam Adger says:


    Bobbi Jo Woods  Rajini has a homemade Sriracha sauce recipe on her cooking blog. Thought you might be interested. 


  6. Looks great — hope your son recovers soon.

  7. Rajini Rao says:


    Here is the recipe via Marc Ponomareff (who is never wrong about recipes!): https://madamescientist.wordpress.com/2012/05/20/of-hartford-and-homemade-red-rooster-sauce/


    It is super easy to make, and tastes so fresh.

  8. Rajini Rao says:


    It was supposed to be, but morphed into a cooking blog..I do more science here on G+, Dan Bowden .

  9. Pam Adger says:


    Dan Bowden Cooking and science experiments are very closely related. Chemical reactions are why we have bread, cake, pudding, etc. 

  10. Rajini Rao says:


    I totally agree, Pam Adger . It’s like experimenting, and the cooking counter is my bench top 🙂

  11. Rajini Rao says:


    I tend to have a lot of Indian recipes, Dan Bowden , so I hope you like Indian food 🙂

  12. Rajini Rao says:


    Terry McNeil , it was great to see you on Chef Jake Croston ‘s cooking hangout this evening..I had him on for company while I was cooking 🙂


  13. Wow that home-made hot sauce looks yum! Def must try it – over here I can find these chillies in abundance – https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/108510686109338749229/albums/5626120526164488849/5626122729884162738


    They’re called Hawaiian Chillies and they’re tiny and they really pack a punch. Would that be overkill?

  14. Rajini Rao says:


    Those are beautiful red chillies, Buddhini Samarasinghe ! Try it in the rooster sauce. I find that the vinegar has a mellowing effect anyway. The original recipe called for Fresno chillies..not sure what those are.


  15. Cool, I shall try and let you know how it goes 🙂

  16. Rajini Rao says:


    My score was 100% addicted 😛


    Hey, I use peanut butter in sauces. It’s a bit sweet but most recipes call for some honey or sweetener to balance out the spice anyway!


    Checking out the Wiki link.

  17. How Ah says:


    =( Dang!! Now I’m hungry!

  18. Jim Carver says:


    Rajini Rao The Fresno is a hybrid that is similar to a jalapeño but can be dried and is usually hotter than the jali, although I’ve tasted some that weren’t hot at all. These common names are terrible. You know an ‘Anaheim’ is just a New Mexico green chili?

  19. Rajini Rao says:


    Anaheim are pretty mild..light green, right? So the Fresno should look like a red Jalapeno, in size and plumpness, I’m guessing. I used long red peppers from the Korean store for the Sriracha sauce.

  20. Rajini Rao says:


    Yes, looks familiar. Have you seen the discussion on Buddhini’s chilli post? Hold on, I’ll tag you there.

  21. Jim Carver says:


    Rajini Rao Usually mild, but some are hotter and darker green, I think the Fresno can be green, if they are green.:) haha, but yeah similar in shape but a little thinner with thinner walls and therefore can be dried. Those long red ones are probably cayenne types.


    @all you pepper lovers might like some of the books by Jean Andrews…just google the name and add pepper lady and you’ll find her.


    RIP Jean…she died not that long ago. She was 86.

  22. Rajini Rao says:


    RIP pepper lady, will check her out, thanks Jim Carver !

  23. Rajini Rao says:


    Jimmy Shepard , medium or very spicy? 🙂


  24. It doesn’t matter as long as I have real food!  I haven’t eaten anything that requires a fork in a long while!


  25. Gud mrng ! N yummie n hot n sweet

  26. Rajini Rao says:


    Next batch is for you, David Lazarus 🙂


  27. This sounds great! Unfortunately my son has a peanut allergy so I can’t try it at home…but I do like to order peanut sauce with a kick occasionally if I’m eating elsewhere and he’s not along with me.

  28. Rajini Rao says:


    Too bad, nut allergies are terrible! Hope it lessens as he gets older…sometimes kids do grow out of allergies.


  29. Gud mrng n so spicie re

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