This Easy Chicken Satay Sticks with a addictive Coconut Peanut dressing, loads of veggies,vermicelli noodles is perfect light dinner and a fun appetizer.
Hello Monday !!
And here I am again with a delectable Chicken Satay on sticks with a sweet, spicy, tangy peanut sauce or dressing. Though this recipe of Chicken Satay is not an authentic real deal from Thailand but a regular in my kitchen as it’s super easy and super delicious. These Chicken Satay on sticks with the peanut sauce is a fun appetizer for parties and get togethers. And served with tons of veggies in a salad form or like lettuce wraps becomes a light, healthy dinner. What more would anyone want😊
The Coconut Peanut sauce or the Satay sauce is a keeper , a no cook, easy recipe, just add all the ingredients in a blender, whisk, adjust the seasonings and it’s ready. Like most western versions I have used Peanut butter instead of roasted peanuts in this sauce. This versatile sauce can be used as a dipping sauce for Satay or fresh spring rolls, as an Asian salad dressing or as a marinade for grilled chicken or tofu or Paneer.
I have used Sriracha Sauce aka Chilli garlic hot sauce to impart a fiery taste to the dressing.Most of the recipes use the Thai red curry paste. For the chicken marinade Soy sauce can be substituted in place of fish sauce. Lot of people don’t like the smell of fish sauce and to make a vegetarian version of this Satay with tofu or Paneer Soy sauce is the right choice.
Can this be made in oven or barbecue?
Chicken Satay is a great and fun barbecue food. In this recipe the tender chicken strips are premarinated in a spice paste and then grilled in an oven or barbecue until succulent. If you are baking it, bake in a preheated oven at 200 deg C for 10 -15 minutes flipping halfway through till the chicken is cooked and the juices run clear. In a barbecue, it will take around 10 minutes to cook through. And when you don’t have any of these options then these skewered strips can be shallow grilled on a grill pan on stovetop too!!
Sending these succulent Chicken Satay on sticks for the 109 th Foodie Monday Blog hop for the theme Recipes on Sticks.