I really like the mix taste of sweetness of peanut, lemon, and soysauce. Here's another trial and error, I thought of putting them together to make a sauce. First, I rub the chicken breast with lemon and salt (seasalt is not that salty, it's a little bit sweeter) before I grilled it.
2 boneless chicken
1 tablespoon light soysauce (or any soysauce)
2 tablespoon crunchy peanut butter (or smooth)
3 tablespoon lemon juice (or more)
4 tablespoon water
Note: garnishing (optional) like cilantro or peanuts
Heat the pan and place the chicken, cooked for about 10 minutes on each side. In a saucepan, put the soysauce, peanut butter, lemon juice, water, and pepper. Simmer while mixing well. When the chicken is cooked, drizzled the peanut sauce on top. If desired, garnish it with fried peanut or fresh cilantro. Serve it with fresh salad or noodles!
I made it a little bit sour, since I already soak the chicken in lemon before I grilled it!