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The sauce that binds

The sauce that binds

Peanut sauce is a familiar sight in Southeast Asia—trickling down chicken skewers on a street-side charcoal grill in Bangkok or mixed into bowls of thin rice noodles at a hawker stand in Singapore. There's a rush of creaminess, heat, and tang that instantly hooks you.  "Each peanut sauce tells a different story," says Corinne Trang, a food writer and author of multiple Asian cookbooks. Americanized peanut sauce has its own narrative of ingredients—often featuring peanut butter as a shortcut and sweetened with maple syrup or honey.

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