Look here for ideas to jazz up your satay sauce, from the traditional peanut sauce to modern variations.
This is a different way to prepare pork chops, fried and served with a Thai-style sauce and garnishes.
This Thai-inspired sauce is great with prawns but also goes well with chicken, pork or lamb. Serve with rice to make it a whole meal.
This is an easy and quick way to make satay sauce and it goes perfectly with nasi goreng or bami goreng.
This simple marinated chicken tastes just delicious, especially when paired with this spicy peanut sauce for dipping or basting. The end result is a beautiful flavour!
Peanuts, which are legumes, provide more protein than any other nut. They also supply good amounts of fibre, vitamin E and B vitamins.
This is a great peanut sauce that has its flavour founded on massaman curry paste. I use it for satays and when making Indonesian Gado Gado.
These satay skewers are so great for a party because you can prepare them ahead and then they're ready to quickly cook and serve.
Leave at least one hour to marinate the chicken before grilling or barbecuing. Baby bok choy, bean sprouts, spring onions and peanut sauce give a fantastic Asian flavour to this salad.
This is the sauce I make whenever I serve satay. Use either smooth or chunky peanut butter for different textures.
This is an Indonesian salad similar to gado gado but using all raw ingredients. Very easy and super healthy!