“Satay, considered to be a national dish of Indonesia, is a popular Southeast Asian street food that usually involves a marinated meat being skewered and grilled, then served with a simple saucy dip. Depending on the region, there are countless variations of satay, with different kinds of meats, marinades, spices, and even skewer material.
We’re using flavorful chicken thigh meat here, but you can substitute anything from breast meat, to pork or beef, or even tofu and vegetables, though cooking times will vary. And that peanut sauce? Absolutely essential to the eating experience. It’s the ultimate wingman to satay, containing all the fragrant notes of lemongrass, coconut, fish sauce, and fresh lime zest.
Just a word of advice: use tongs to toss together the chicken and turmeric, unless having yellow-stained hands has always been a secret dream of yours.” – https://www.delish.com/cooking/recipe-ideas/a27198099/chicken-satay-recipe/
Our satay recipe research has led us to develop a recipe that strives to create a balance between zesty and spicy notes combined with a smooth and creamy texture and combined with the color and fragrance experience of a sunny Bali beach day …
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