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The weather is starting to get consistently warmer and that means many of us are firing up our barbecues for the first time this year. Here’s a recipe to kick off barbecue season with something other than burgers not that there’s anything wrong with a burger. It’s a fairly simple recipe that does not require much skill or time. It’s BBQ Chicken satay with spicy peanut sauce.
Chicken Satay is a dish that originate in Indonesia but quickly filtered out to other Asian countries like Thailand and the Philippines. Satay is usually served with a Spicy Peanut sauce and one day playing around in the pantry I came up with my own. It’ll kick off barbecue season with a literal kick! Last week I have Presented another chicken based Colonel Fried chicken Recipes.
Ingredients : Chicken Satay With Spicy Peanut Sauce
- 1 cup peanut butter
- 1.5 tbsp Honey
- 1 tsp garlic salt
- 2 tsp soy sauce
- 2 tbsp siracha
- 1 lime zest and juice
- 1/4 cup water (just added to the lime zest and juice)
- 3-4 chicken breasts cut into 1 inch cubes
- If you have wood skewers, soak them for about 30 minutes before cook time
- Mix together the ingredients in a bowl (except the chicken)
- Put some of the sauce aside for dipping later
- Place the Chicken into a seal-able bag and cover with the sauce, marinate for 4-5 hours or overnight
- Once you’re ready to cook, preheat the barbecue or grill to 425F or medium level
- Place the meat onto the skewers and cover the ends of the skewers with tin foil to prevent burning
- Place the Satay or Kebabs on the grill and cook for approximately 15 minutes, turning roughly every 5 minutes.
- The Satay should be done when the sauce is lightly caramelized and the inside of the chicken is white
As you can see in the picture, I served this with grilled corn. If you’re lucky I may share my Mexican street corn recipe. Don’t forget to comment on the recipes you like and click the Yum button to share to Yummly or to your recipe box!
Rita C. Donnell (Jennifer) has spent the last 26 years studying and practicing nutrition science. She has used a larger part of this time in improving people’s livelihoods. She has done so by coming up with unquestionable ideas on how to tackle food problems in her community. Readmore