There are a lot thing going on lately, but that is live, I got a lot pending posting, this procrastination thing are my worst enemy, since I am really easy to got distract, from one idea to an-others, hopping in my brain like naughty rabbit, sometime quite hard to catch it and making something real from it. I love creating something, but sometime to documented it is such a thing that I have to fight for, and in another time when I want to re-create the old-fave recipe well that is the time I hit the wall, where I realising how important to document it. So I push myself hard to throw my laziness, and fact that I easily forget certain thing make the struggle even obvious *thank you for reading my brag hehe


This recipe is so versatile, you can almost put it on everything, on toast, on noodle, on rice, on bunch of veggies, you name it, that is so far I already tried, you can let me know your experiment *hehe. Most of the time, I always have this side dishes in my fridge, always make some extra and store them in tight container, so when I have no idea for myself to simply snacking, I’ll just blanch some veggie and pour it generously with this sauce, voila, healthy snack in hand, you also can enjoy it with some raw veggie like cucumber, radishes, cherry tomatoes, boiled or bake potatoes *uhmm blink blink in my eyes, later I’ll posted some Indonesian inspired salad called *Gado-Gado* it is mix veggie that poured with this peanut sauce

I think, I will go straight to the recipe



  • 250 gram salty peanut
  • 50 gram cashew nut
  • 3 medium garlic clove
  • 1 medium size french shallot
  • 3 candle nut (if you don’t have this you can replace it with macadamia nut)
  • 1 red chilli seed out (Don’t worried this is just for colouring, but if you like spicy food you can add more)
  • 2 tbs sweet soy sauce
  • 1 tbs light soy sauce
  • Salt and sugar on your preference
  • 400ml water


  1. In a blender put inside the Salty peanut, cashew, garlic, shallot, candle nut, red chilli and water. Blend them until smooth, about the texture do what you really love.
  2. In medium sauce pan, under medium heat, pour the peanut mixture, and boiled them, put inside the seasoning, salt, soy sauce, sweet soy sauce and the sugar. Continue to boiled them until bubbly, the texture would be thick. Keep an eye on it, since really easy to get it burn, continue to cooked it until really thick as peanut butter consistency. Take out from the heat, let them cool and put it in a container
  3. When you want them as a sauce, take a couple table spoon of the butter, and add small amount of water and stir them in medium heat
  4. When you want them as bread companion, you can just spread them into toast and add some slice avocado, tomatoes, any of your favourite salad leaf, and enjoyyyy



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