Satay Chicken

    Satay chicken is either a Malaysian kebab cooked over a barbecue or chicken stir fried in a spicy satay sauce. Look here for popular peanut satay chicken recipes.

    26 Recipes




    Global Cuisine

    1 review

    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!

    Recipe by: Gabi4

    345 reviews

    This is an original Indonesian satay recipe. I hope all you cooks around the world can enjoy it! You can grill or barbecue the chicken and serve with some hot chilli on the side.

    Recipe by: Estherlita Santoso

    1 review

    This is a bit different. Chicken breasts are pounded out and stir fried in a sauce containing lime juice, soy, ginger and peanut butter.

    Recipe by: Hann

    No reviews

    This stir fry included peanut butter for an Indonesian satay flavour. It's delicious served with rice or flatbread.

    Recipe by: Zoë Harpham

    36 reviews

    These rice paper rolls make an excellent entree or light meal. Colourful, crunchy vegetables contrast nicely with the soft, translucent wrapper.

    Recipe by: Rebecca V

    1 review

    Satay sauce is a favourite with children and adults alike, but the kids may prefer it without the kick of the chilli powder.

    Recipe by: Zoë Harpham

    69 reviews

    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!

    Recipe by: HANZOtheRAZOR

    12 reviews

    Kebabs with a delicious Asian satay marinade and sauce. Chicken is used here, but beef works equally well.

    Recipe by: Avondell

    No reviews

    This is a great use of leftover chicken to make a quick satay pizza. If you don't have leftover chicken you can buy a cooked chicken.

    Recipe by: ApplePie

    No reviews

    Sate Ayam Madura is one of the classic sates that I grew up with. Sate is a very popular delicacy in Indonesia; Indonesia’s diverse ethnic groups’ culinary arts have produced a wide variety of sates. Often readers asked me why some Indonesian sates/satays don’t use peanut sauce. Actually not all sates use peanut based sauce. In Indonesian term, sate means a dish of marinated, skewered and grilled meats, served with a sauce or no sauce. It may consist of diced or sliced chicken, goat, mutton, beef, pork, fish, tofu or other meats; the more authentic version uses skewers from the midrib of the coconut leaf, although bamboo skewers are often used. A Bali version of sate uses lemongrass as skewers.

    Recipe by: aprilseaprass

    2 / 4

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