Satay is nothing more than meat seasoned and barbecued on skewers, but the variations and sauces are endless.
This is a basic Malaysian/Thai satay sauce you can use with any meat, tofu or vegetable dish. Very easy to make.
This is an easy pork dish with a peanut sauce that your whole family will enjoy.
This is a tasty easy as recipe for satay chicken. My friends and family all LOVE it. They are forever raving about it or asking me for a copy of this recipe, so im going to share it with all you guys cause its just so delicious and simple!
There is nothing better than munching on popcorn when watching a movie. Except when you can dip it into a delicious quick satay sauce, of course! I created this tasty snack when an impoverished university student and it soon became as requested as my honey soy chicken wings! All you need is some air-popped popcorn, peanut butter, butter and a little chilli powder (if you like your satay spicy like I do!)
This is a bit different. Chicken breasts are pounded out and stir fried in a sauce containing lime juice, soy, ginger and peanut butter.
I was taught this recipe by Aminah, my good friend Adi's mom, who is an excellent cook from Bali. This satay is so good!
This stir fry included peanut butter for an Indonesian satay flavour. It's delicious served with rice or flatbread.
These rice paper rolls make an excellent entree or light meal. Colourful, crunchy vegetables contrast nicely with the soft, translucent wrapper.
Satay sauce is a favourite with children and adults alike, but the kids may prefer it without the kick of the chilli powder.
This is a quick, easy and tasty meal which is a staple in our vegetarian household. You can use different vegies.