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Thai Chicken Satay with Peanut Dip

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Thai chicken satay สะเต๊ะไก่ไทย is generally served with peanut sauce but you could also serve with Thai sweet chilli sauce as in the bottom left photo, this dish can also be made using beef slices, traditionally the peanut sauce is made from base ingredients, a quick cheat is using crunchy peanut butter, another quick cheat is using a food processor instead of a mortar and pestle.
Chicken satay is often served with a side dish of Thai cucumber salad, which is sliced cucumber in a sweet and sour relish.

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Other Satay Video Recipes

* Pork Satay Recipe
* Beef Satay Recipe
* Chicken Satay & Peanut Sauce Recipe
* Quick Chicken Satay
* Chicken & Pork Satay
* Chicken Satay with Lobo

Chicken Satay Marinade Ingredients

* 500 grams of chicken sliced in to thin pieces
* 1 tablespoon of ground Chinese parsley seeds
* 1 teaspoon of yellow curry powder (tumeric and cumin can also be added)
* 125cc coconut milk
* 1 teaspoon of fish sauce

Making your Chicken Satay Marinade

* In a bowl add the coconut milk, curry powder, fish sauce, ground Chinese parsley, stir well and add chicken and allow to stand.

Peanut Sauce Ingredients

* 1/3 cup of peanuts (dry roasted)
* 1 clove of garlic minced
* 1 tablespoon of sugar
* small amount of pepper or chilli powder (to taste)
* 1 tablespoon of Thai chili sauce
* 1 tablespoon of lime juice
* 1 - 2 tablespoons of fish sauce
* 1 tablespoon of sesame oil
* coconut milk if needed to thin sauce

Making your Peanut Sauce

* If you are using raw peanuts put them in a lightly oiled hot wok and cook for a few minutes whilst stirring on high heat.
* Place all ingredients into blender and blend well
* If the sauce is too thick it can be thinned down with coconut milk

Chinese Parsley is also known as cellender, Chinese coriander, cilantro and coriander, here you can learn how to Grow Coriander.
If using wooden skewers soak well in water before using to prevent burning.
Chicken satay is generally barbecued but is equally tasty when grilled.

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