Top-ranked recipe named "Chicken Satay"
These are delicious eaten hot or cold, and are ideal for packed lunches or picnics.
"I 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"- annmartinson
1. Place the chicken in a shallow, non-metallic dish.
2. Mix together the garlic, soy sauce, chilli flakes, peanut butter, tomato puree and pineapple juice. Pour the mixture over the chicken and toss well to coat all the pieces. Cover and leave to marinate for 30 minutes.
3. Thread the chicken pieces on to wooden skewers. Place them under a hot grill for 15 minutes, turning frequently. until evenly browned and cooked through.
tip: Soak the wooden skewers in water for 20 minutes before using, to prevent them from burning.
9 1/2 Points per recipe
Takes 10 minutes to prepare, 15 minutes to cook + 30 minutes marinating
Serves 4. Calories per serving 160.
mchakra 1 week ago
umbauk 1 month ago
kk88 1 month agoThis was really tasty, I used homemade peanut butter because that's all I had from my last canning session but my whole clan cleaned their plates.
clairepageball 3 months agoAmaze! Fantastic recipe. Super impressed. . A tiny peanut heavy so will reduce that just a touch next time or balance with a tad more pineapple. Wonderful.
PoPaw 4 months agoIf you're going to call it satay, please include pulverised coriander seeds, turmeric, ginger, shallots and a small amount of palm sugar or brown sugar. Blend it all together (with as much red chillies as you wish) and use it as a marinade. Cook a separate authentic peanut sauce (to serve together with the grilled chicken pieces) for 15 minutes on medium-low heat: 200g crushed or milled peanuts, 80g palm or brown sugar, 1/3 cup water, crushed red chillies and salt to taste. Add more water if necessary to get the sauce thickness that you prefer. It's worth the bit of extra work!
meifen 6 months agoLove it!! I used peanut paste I got from an Indonesian shop as sauce.
HungryBird19 6 months ago
pgabrielle 8 months agoTasty and easy to make! :)
Remmmy 12 months agoHaven't tried it yet but how can you improve on quick, easy, cheap and delicious?
unggulseven 1 year agoNice recipe for dibner or lubchvwith famnily