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I made this using your recipe for my birthday and everyone loved it. Going to try these awesome recipes: Bee, these satay sticks are great appetizers. I so miss smelling them at every street corner when we were in Penang. May be bak kua sandwiches roti bak kua on the side.. Hmm… satay ayam, so delicious, so tempting and a good inspiration for this weekend!
Instead of grilling, I broiled the chicken and then put it onto bamboo skewers when it came out of the oven. I am so grateful for this recipe as I was able to devour on some really good satay and peanut sauce recipe!!! My brother suggested I might like this website. He was totally right. This post actually made my day. You can not imagine simply how much time I had spent for this information! The recipe calls for 6 shallots peeled. The ones at my local grocery store are golf ball size.
How big should each shallot be? Shallots are small, 6 small shallots. I loved them and so did my son but I seem to have made a ton of satay sauce, how long does it keep? I prefer things to be mild to low or none at all. Hi Bee, Thanks for sharing your easy-to-follow and authentic Malaysian recipes. Your satay chicken and peanut sauce recipes really hit the spot!
I grilled them on a charcoal barbecue and the entire experience brought back wonderful memories of my youth in Malaysia. Can I substitute kecap manis with something else like dark daramel sauce with added sugar? Or I can just opt it out? Same for the peanut sauce too, can I choose not to put kecap manis? Hi Bee, The tradination satay has spices but the Chinese satay has non.
I still prefer the old fashion satay sold by Malay. During grilling, brush them with santan and some oil added in it please. Try it may be you will like it and keep our Malaysia traditional Satay. Lazy to cook it. Hi Rebecca, thanks for your comment. Oh yes, I looooooooove Malay satays, they are the best. In fact, whenever I go back to Malaysia, I would only order Malay satay. I know what you mean by the jintan putih and jintah manis, they are absolutely aromatic and delicious, my favorite kinds but hard to come by these days even with Malay vendors.
My satay is the Chinese version and this recipe was created in , a long time ago. If I were to redo satay again today, the recipe would be very different. Seems like I need a new and proper satay recipe published here soon! Madam, I am interested in learning how to make the Malay style satay!
Can you please share it with us how to do it? This me my favorite one! Fish satay is one of the famous food in Bali: I live in So Cal but was not able to find kecap manis at 99 Ranch Market. Could you please tell me if I can substitute Chinese dark soy with some sugar for it? I ended up following your recipe because of all the reviews, and that I had the ingredients on hand.
I did not have a food processor, so I used a garlic press to mince all the shallots. After all, I only had 4 hours left to marinade it til dinner time. And I had to sub curry powder instead of straight turmeric. They caramelized and charred nicely. Chicken was super tender, event the smaller burnt pieces.
And everyone loved it! Dry, tough, flavorless, even chicken thigh meat. I followed your recipe with the chicken breasts and it came out perfect for the first time, ever.
Thank you so much and I look forward to trying other recipes in your array. Hi Lana, thanks for being a fan. You can sign up for email here to get all my new recipes: You can also follow me on Facebook: I would say these would be killer with your Asian noodles.
I love Asian influence food. I would make a fool over myself with little guys—-well unless it was a first date. Then I might be more modest. Second date, however, back off and me at them. I tried making the satay using this recipe and I have to say it tastes so authentic.
Thanks for sharing this winning recipe. Just wanted to note that shallots in my area are extremely variable in size, from the size of a garlic clove up to plum sized, depending on the season. You might want to include a weight or approximate size when including shallots in recipes in the future. Excellent recipe and awesome pictures! Smell, taste and appearance are three important factors of a successful food and Satay is clearly one of them!
A long time ago, I lived amid a large group of Malaysian students. All summer, every summer, they heaped platters of chicken satay to share around, and I had thought it the best summer food ever. I tried your recipe this week, including your peanut sauce recipe and the lovely memories flooded back. It was exactly as I remembered it! Thank you for sharing this perfect recipe! Another winner, this was a really tasty Chicken Satay.
The peanut sauce was a hit also. Hi, as a Malaysian living abroad married to a non-Malaysian I am always keen to introduce my family and relatives to tasty Malaysian cuisine. Tried your chicken satay recipe tonight and everyone loved it. Must say I was hugely impressed by how authentic it was! As soon as the satay was on the barbecue and the heavenly scent hit my nose I was instantly transported back home! I also made the kuah kacang which was also authentic and delicious!
I see from the many earlier comments that others have already extolled the virtues of your recipe and your terrific site in general so allow me to join the chorus of appreciation and say thank you very much!
This is my very favourite of your recipes. We absolutely love it and eat it several times a month. I made it today, and was so so yummy.. Thanks for the recipe. Your greek felow posted inthe link below a very analytical blog on the necesaary changes in the repice due to unavailability of ingredients and 4 comments from the people tasted them together with the greek suvlaki.
I just made this for Memorial weekend. I marinated the chicken overnight. The only different was I use lemongrass sauce instead of the stalks. Thank you for the recipe. Looked up on google for a satay recipe found your recipe.
I work on a ship sailing far away from home. I will try your recipe to give the Malaysians onboard a taste of home this Hari Raya. Hope it works out ok and the Malaysian guys love it. I am a newbie cook. Thank you so much for the recipe. I just accidentally placed my comment in the Thai chicken Satay…. It was absolutely amazing.
Living in Germany for 10years, my cravings for Satay was huge…. Your email address will not be published. Leave this field empty. The easiest and best chicken satay recipe ever! Prep Time 50 minutes. Cook Time 10 minutes. Total Time 1 hour. Instructions Cut the chicken meat into small cubes. Blend the Marinade ingredients in a food processor. Add in a little water if needed. Marinate the chicken pieces for 6 hours or best overnight.
Thread a few pieces of the chicken meat onto the bamboo skewers and grill for minutes on each side until nicely charred. Baste and brush with some oil while grilling. Serve hot with the fresh cucumber pieces and onions. For the dipping sauce, please follow my satay peanut sauce recipe. Calories Calories from Fat Bee Yinn, The satay looks yummy.
The satays took super yummylicious, I am drooling now! I love satay so much I almost want to taste the computer screen. Hey Teckiee, Thanks for your kind comment. I was just looking around for chicken satay recipe.
Yours look so delicious…. Bee Yinn — absolutely loved this!! Feel like having some satay right now!! Any side helpings like ais kacang?
Vkeong — go have your fix now. Tiga — yes, they are delicious. Param — no ice kacang yet, will have to try making them soon. Gracianne — welcome and thanks for your comment. So get in on the act and do yourself a good satay. Will post you a comments again. Keep up the good work. You are so kind. Thank you and I am glad you love the satay recipe!
Thanks Matt for sending this over. I have to make satay soon!!! Thank you for the great recipe. I hope to make this soon! Love the colour on the satay. Yes, or a food truck and make a boat load of money! Stop doing so amazing Photos.. I made this for my housewarming party. It was a HUGE hit!