mrcarlon , 2 years agoVery good, worked well cooking it in a broiler pan since it's a little cold outside for grilling right now.
Marina333 , 2 years agoI used a pineapple coconut juice, light soy, and doubled the marinade so I could reserve part to use as a doping sauce. It was awesome. The only reason I did not give 5 stars is because I didn't make the recipe as listed.
joannecreighton , 2 years agoI made these with light soy, went down really well at dinner party although needed a dipping sauce to accompany
redneckboy1952 , 4 years agoThey are very good, but, they are'nt diabetic. It has to much salt. The next time that I make them, I would use Lite Soy Sauce or try something else to replace it with like maybe worchestershire sauce.
Mdihle , 4 years agoWorked out great and I paired it with a peanut sauce with a hint of lime and soy sauce...perfect
Bellitude , 4 years agoI didn't love the sauce, it was pretty soupy and was a strange mix between sweet and salty.
Moke65 , 4 years agoFinger licking chicken want more
Elliem11 , 4 years agoEasy to make and tastes delicious! Thank you
CMurphy58 , 4 years agoWhere's the recipe for the dipping sauce.
misterfamilysydneylawyer , 4 years agoWow this one looks very delicious I'll try this one at home...for my family to taste it.
lrogers1 , 5 years agoMy husband and I LOVED these -- they were so delicious and juicy. My only wish is that it included a recipe for the satay peanut sauce. I had to use store-bought, which I hated to do with such a yummy homemade meal. I made a great thai cucumber salad to go with it and the whole meal was DELISH.
Billychef , 5 years agoi made a couple of adjustments to this and 1 of them were to wrap a basil leaf around each chunk of chicken while marinading and i also added a teaspoon of paprika and cajun spice to the mix and it was outstandingly tasty. i used blackend cajun to give it a smokey spiced taste
KeithD1949 , 5 years agoThis came out real good. I took the easy way and cooked on the gas grill. It should be cooked over a wood or charcoal fire like they do in Singapore.
jrh1 , 5 years agoThis recipe was great with chicken, and I would like to try it with pork. I tried it with mushrooms and tofu substituted, for the vegetarians, and it worked out great! Leftover marinade works as a dipping sauce (if you marninated veg, not meat!), and stirfry sauce - very versatile recipe!
annmartinson , 6 years agoI made this with frozen chicken tenders from Costco. pulled out 12, put in dish frozen. slathered with sauce, put in 200F oven for 35 min. they were watery then, but I didn't mix in the water. put on skewers, 2/skewer. put in broiling pan, slathered sauce over top. broiled for 10 min, turned, redistributed sauce, broiled. served with wild rice pilaf. terrific and quick
cleverkt , 7 years ago[I made edits to this recipe.]
swibirun , 8 years agoFantastic! Tasty, fun, and great as an appetizer or main dish. Everyone loved the peanut sauce too! We served it with potstickers and simple sesame noodles.
LordDrow , 8 years agoEasy to make but was not a hit with the family. Kids really did not care for it.
Kevin420phx , 8 years agoI made these for New Year's Eve. Laid them out as a Appetizer for people to pick on. Everyone loved them. They were very easy to make, tasty and cheap to make.
cchodroff , 8 years ago