Now You Can Slather Reyes Barbecue Peanut Sauce On All Your Meats
It's also good with chicken, salad, and noodles, too.
If you're looking to add a different flavor to your meats and vegetables, besides the condiments and dressing you already have in your kitchen, you should try adding peanut sauce to your kitchen must-haves.
Not to be confused with peanut butter, the peanut sauce is commonly made with ground roasted or fried peanuts, coconut milk, red chili paste or curry paste, fish sauce, tamarind, and sugar.
Reyes Barbecue is known for its barbecues and if you haven't tried it yet, their signature barbecue is best paired with their peanut sauce and java rice. The good news is, if you want to add the same rich, flavorful sauce to your homemade grilled chicken, pork, beef, and seafood, Reyes Barbecue has actually been selling their famous peanut sauce in bottles for P90!
Whenever you feel a little adventurous, you can even use this as a sauce for your noodles and as a dressing for your salad. You can even play around with peanut sauce and add it to different Filipino ulam or desserts!
Reyes Barbecues' bottled Peanut Sauce (P90) is available at Reyes Barbecue branches.