Asian chicken skewers with peanut sauce
These deliciously spiced grilled chicken skewers are perfect with a sweet-and-tangy peanut sauce. In a food processor, combine the lemongrass, shallots, garlic, brown sugar, coriander, cumin, turmeric, fish sauce, salt and the 2 tablespoons of canola oil and process to a paste. Transfer the marinade to a bowl and add the chicken, gently tossing to coat each piece. Thread the coated chicken pieces onto inch skewers and refrigerate for 30 minutes and up to 1 hour.
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Satay or chicken satay conjures up a mental picture of perfectly grilled and nicely charred chicken skewers with mouthwatering peanut sauce. Chicken satay is one of the most popular Asian appetizers and everyone loves them. My chicken satay recipe has been tried and tested by many readers. They are absolutely mouthwatering and delightful. There are many versions of satay recipes from Asia, but let me assure you that the best satay in the world comes from Malaysia , my home country.
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That peanut butter is relegated to the sandwich while sesame butter tahini is seen as an exotic food item is one of the wonderfully preposterous anomalies of American cooking. In the rest of the world, especially Asia, peanuts are special, used not only as a garnish but as a main ingredient in sauces. One such sauce incorporates coconut milk and classic Thai seasonings: curry paste or powder, nam pla, lime and cilantro. The coconut milk and peanuts make the mixture too powerful-tasting for most fish and too heavy for most meat.
Skewered thigh meat is much more likely to turn out juicy than skewered breast meat. Its inherent richness can handle the dry heat of the grill without losing too much moisture, especially if you arrange the pieces so that they are just touching but not tightly packed together. This was so so good! I followed the marinade recipe at 1.