Possibly the simplest recipe on this blog, this requires heating a quarter cup of peanut butter, a quarter cup of soy sauce and a quarter cup of sugar together in a pan. Then we add a little vegetable oil and garlic once everything is mixed together, and you're golden to pour the marinade over the meat.
Initially I used the marinade as intended, on shrimp. However, I didn't feel like putting all of the shrimp on kabobs and grilling them so I simply cooked the shrimp in a frying pan and served them over rice. For some extra flavor, reserve some marinade to pour over the rice as a sauce.
I also decided to try this on chicken with rice as well. It would make a great sauce for improvised sesame noodles, it has that Thai peanut sauce flavor to it. For a little more heat, add some red pepper flakes or sriracha sauce. Sriracha sauce on everything!
Just a quick tip for today, these are pretty common ingredients for a kitchen to have so give it a whirl soon!
1) In a saucepan over low heat combine 1/4 of each: peanut butter, soy sauce and sugar
2) Once the ingredients have melted together, add 2 Tablespoons of vegetable oil and one clove of garlic (minced). For a spicier marinade, add some red pepper flakes.
3) Pour mixture over desired meat/seafood/poultry and allow to marinade. Cook as desired.