Low Fat Stir-Fry Peanut Sauce–Gluten Free with a Secret Ingredient

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You might be aware that I am a huge fan of hummus. Love it.



Same can be said of Sriracha. (See: My Sriracha diet of April 1st.)


But my third favorite sauce is Peanut Sauce. I think an easy peanut sauce recipe was one of the first things I made on RER back in the day.

Well, I had this idea to combine all my favorite things for a healthier version of peanut sauce. It’s lower in fat because I used Peanut Powder – but you can use ‘real’ PB if you desire. Plus it’s gluten and soy free because I use coconut aminos instead of soy sauce. Boom. Everyone’s a winner.

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Peanut Sauce Recipe with Hummus

Vegan. Gluten Free. Soy Free. Awesomesauce.


  • 5oz Sabra Hummus (half a 10oz container)
  • 4 Tb. PB or Peanut Powder
  • 3 Tb. Coconut aminos or soy sauce (ss has gluten, so use an alternative if needed!)
  • 1-2 Tb. Sriracha or more if you’re me
  • 10 drops liquid stevia OR 1 Tb. sugar, more to taste
  • 3 Tb. water to thin*

Directions: Mix all ingredients in your mouth and swish around a bowl. Add more or less water to desired thickness. Serve over rice noodles for a gluten free meal. Garnish with peanuts. Enjoy!

I boiled some rice noodles and toward the end of cooking added broccoli. Then, I tossed it all with the sauce and garnished with more peanuts.

Tip: You can save some of the pasta water and use that to thin the sauce if you prefer.


Question: What’s your favorite sauce?

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  1. says

    sounds tasty! I’m a fan of mediterranean things and hummus is at the top of the list. I love to take kalamata olives, feta, olive oil, vinegar, lemon juice salt, pepper, oregano and garlic and making a marinade that I use on chicken or shrimp or over spinach and couscous. It’s also a great salad dressing.

  2. says

    Totally making this, this week. Thanks, Monica! If anyone is working on reducing carbs, I use those “miracle” noodles they have the tofu section at grocery stores. Fairly tasteless, but filling enough for me and AWESOME with tasty sauces/meats.

  3. says

    My mom made me the most awesome peanut sauce for topping up my noodles last week. It’s a bit spicy and she use whole peanuts rather than PB or PB powder. Over here, we call it “satay sauce”.

  4. Anna says

    This sounds delicious but most soy sauce is not gluten free :( if you have a wheat allergy or Celiac’s you need to use Tamari sauce (gf version of soy sauce).

  5. says

    I love hummus, I prepared a big bowl of it yesterday. I usually eat it as a dip, or on bread. Now I have a new recipe to try out!

  6. says

    I know I’m a little slow at getting around to reading this. But where did you get the soy sauce alternative? The coconut aminos? Every time I eat soy sauce I get a bad headache! :(

    In answer to your question… I don’t have a favorite sauce.

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