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  2. Interesting. Your dedication to tracking down shrimp paste is to be admired! I make peanut sauce with fish sauce and orange juice but I’m going to have to try shrimp paste. I bet that gives more depth of flavor. I like my recipe but it’s not quite there, the shrimp paste might just take it to the right place!

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    • the shrimp paste makes quite a difference! I don’t mind travelling to find ingredients if they are worth having for other recipes as well 🙂

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  3. One of my favourite things, Tandy! Thanks for the recipe.

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    • my pleasure Celia 🙂

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  4. My favourite cooking reality must surely be Masterchef Oz, I really miss it. That said I’m holding thumbs our local version will be good as well. Saw your apple stuff for Woolies, very nice 🙂

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    • thanks Ruth – I have a few more of the recipes to showcase here that Woolies did not use. I too am hoping the SA version will be good 🙂

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  5. This looks delicious! I wonder if I’m ambitious enough to give it a go…

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    • It really was not difficult 🙂

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  6. I Love watching Restaurant Impossible. It’s just wonderful, and like you, I love to see how they overcome any problem with a solution. And this peanut sauce looks delish! I love peanut sauce, but don’t know why I’ve never made it before. Thanks for this recipe 🙂

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    • I have seen the show on the TV guide but never watched it, I will do so – thanks 🙂

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  7. I love a good peanut sauce and this looks fantastic! I think it would be delicious over anything… but my family would love this over grilled chicken.

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    • what a great idea! thank you, I will try that 🙂

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  8. This sounds really good, Tandy. I love Malaysian food. My dad, brought up in Indonesia, often used to make peanut sauce. 😉

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    • what a lovely place to have grown up 🙂

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  9. I like your version of the smbal/peanut sauce. I was taught how to make it in Thailand, and I really must dig the recipe out and make both yours and mine. Thanks for the reminder!

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    • I am looking forward to reading your recipe – it is nice to have a comparison 🙂

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  10. I love seeing the chefs going against each other on TV. They have such creative ideas when faced with unusual ingredients and such a short time frame to work their wonders. Nice to know that your sambal sauce can be frozen.I would never have thought of that. I will be using your recipe soon.

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    • I freeze a lot of things as most recipes make more sauce than we will ever use in one sitting 🙂

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  11. This sounds wonderful. I made a peanut sauce the other day and it wasn’t flavorful enough. I’ll have to try yours.

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    • please let me know if you do 🙂

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  12. It’s fabulous that you get MC Australia there. I had heard it was quite popular but I’m always chuffed when our stuff makes it overseas! 😛

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    • It was so popular here that we have even had Jonathan and Alvin come out to SA for cooking workshops 🙂

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  13. Sambals are so good. We had a very good Malay shop in Wimbledon, when we lived in England, which sold the most delicious and sometimes fiery sambals.

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    • Sadly, we do not get many specialty shops here 🙂

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  14. I too am addicted to reality TV and Master Chef is certainly big here in Australia! I really like the sound of your peanut sauce!

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    • Thanks Anna, and I cannot wait for season three 🙂

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  15. Lovely – only ever seem to order this in restaurants when I am out (in London) and have never thought to make it. It looks pretty straightforward and I bet it tasted amazing!

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    • it is great and I have a recipe I will share with you in our winter, that uses the sauce in an unusual way 🙂

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