8 Foods You Never Thought to Pair with Peanut Butter
Graduate from PB&J.
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Many world cuisines pair peanuts with hot peppers so that you can feel the heat while still appreciating the flavors of the dish. The next time you have both peppers and peanut butter on hand, eat them together and notice all the different flavors the two elements bring out in each other. For example, whip up a dish of peanut butter soba noodles, and sprinkle on some sliced bird's eye chilies.
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