This post is sponsored by the National Peanut Board. I received compensation, but all opinions and content are my own.
One of my favorite things about the holiday season is having parties where I can feed the masses. I love a good party, and most of the time I’m in the kitchen. This easy tofu satay is a solid vegan-friendly choice. The peanut sauce doubles as the tofu marinade and the dip, making these easy to whip together.
I take quite a bit of liberty with the concept of satay (which is usually grilled meat based). But, this vegan satay riff is satisfying and a fun dish that can be a great appetizer for any holiday party coming up. Or, if you’re like me, you can eat them for dinner with a bit of rice and vegetables.
The Peanut Sauce
During the holidays, it’s easy to indulge a bit too much on the sweet stuff which is why I wanted to share a dish that contains protein. It’s not only the tofu, but the peanut butter helps add a bit more oomph. This tofu satay recipe is a great savory party dish.
Best of all, I always have peanut butter on hand thanks to having a husband and son who both love it. We keep it around for quick snacks, lunches and even a little late night snacking.
Tofu + Alternatives
I know tofu isn’t everyone’s favorite, but what I love about this recipe that the versatility. Once you make the peanut butter sauce, there’s a few possibilities. Try something similar with sweet potatoes, tempeh or even broccoli.
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