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Peanut Butter is too often associated with sweet dishes ranging from mildly sweet pb&j to super-sweet peanut butter fudge. My job as Peanut Butter Boy is to change that. Here’s a super simple marinade that works on anything. You could put this on cardboard and I’d eat it.


1/4 cup teriyaki sauce (I recommend Kikkoman Teriyaki Sauce, not the Glaze)
2 Tbsp cup creamy natural peanut butter
1 Tbsp Sriracha (to taste)
1 Tbsp olive oil

2 lbs meat or veggies (chicken, pork, beef, turkey, tofu, broccoli, doesn’t matter)


1. Whisk together the peanut butter and 2 Tbsp of teriyaki sauce in a small bowl. Once the peanut butter is incorporated, whisk in the remaining teriyaki sauce and the rest of the ingredients.

2. Place meat in a plastic bag and cover with sauce. Marinate in the refrigerator for 4-6 hours or overnight. Use the leftover marinade to brush on top when grilling.

Filed in Gluten Free, Main Course, Peanut Butter, Vegetarian

11 Responses / Leave a comment »

  1. Mochachocolata Rita says:

    Hi PB Boy, hehe you’re right! Peanut Butter makes world a better place…we’re miles apart, but all bound by the its sticky goodness hohoho…I justttt made Peanut Butter Grilled Chicken Wings and i found your site!! wat a coincidence!..it’s about time people use more PB on savoury dishes ^_^


  2. Katrina says:

    That sounds really good. I could totally not tell my family and they’d probably never know!

    It is delicious and you don’t really pinpoint the peanut butter, but more of an overall rounder flavor and creamy texture. Also a great way to add some nutrition. ~ Nick

  3. JP says:

    Just wanted to say I tried this tonight with pork and it was great. I did us PB2 instead of normal peanut butter(due to our diet) and added a bit more Sambal Olek(chili paste), and used white pepper(and it was a bit more than a dash.) Overall it was fantasitc. Thanks for the tip and we’ll def be using this one again.

    • Nick says:

      Great! I’m glad you enjoyed it! Yea, I think it could use an extra dash of chili paste and maybe a bit of fresh chopped garlic if you get the chance.

  4. ed says:

    gonna try it tonite!! was looking for a chicken satay recipe, cant find the one I wanted somehow someway got here!! its as close to a satay sauce as I care!!

  5. That peanut butter sauce sounds good! Making pork and peanut butter sauce tonight :)

  6. Heavymetalbrick says:

    might try with some squirrel tonight!

  7. James says:

    awesome recipe i made this last year with ribs the didnt last 5 minutes everybody loved them by the way i made them for bday party thank you so much for this

    • Nick says:

      Awesome! I’m glad everyone enjoyed it. On ribs you say? I’m gonna try it. Thanks!

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