Peanut butter is not just for sandwiches and cookies. It has long been used in savory dishes throughout the world. Peanut butter is made by grinding peanuts until all of the oil in them is extracted and they become spreadable. In order to use peanut butter in some dishes, it must first be dissolved to make it melt and blend with the other ingredients in your dish.

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Place the amount of peanut butter that you wish to dissolve into a separate bowl from your other ingredients. Doing this allows you to dissolve the peanut butter without affecting the consistency of any of the other ingredients.

Heat up the liquid that you are using to dissolve the peanut butter. It does not have to boil, or be extremely hot, but warming the liquid melts the fat solids in the peanut butter.

Add the liquid to the peanut butter 1 tsp. at a time. Stir until all of the liquid has been absorbed. Repeat until the peanut butter is dissolved enough for the consistency you are trying to reach.