"Why go out for Thai food when you can make it at home? These delicious Thai-style chicken satay are made of chicken marinated in a peanutty sauce, and then grilled." — BROWNYN
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creamy peanut butter
lemon or lime juice
hot pepper sauce
skinless, boneless chicken breast halves - cubed
With the addition of 2 more tablespoons of peanut butter or "PBoy" as my 3yr old niece says, this marinate was truly delicious I pounded boneless skinless chicken breasts to 3/8in, marinated them overnight in this mixture, then baked them at 350 degrees for 35 minutes. Served with rice pilaf and asian coleslaw.The family thoroughly enjoyed this one. Its definitely a keeper,Kiera. Thank you.
There is something off in this recipe ~ it just doesn't taste right as written! After reading through a multitude of reviews, there are to many consistent changes to the proportions. Will keep looking for a recipe more true to itself! Sorry....
This recipe is a little off. It certainly does not taste like any satay I've had before. I followed the instructions exactly (after I scaled it down by exactly 1/2) and there were a couple problems with it. 1) The soy sauce was overpowering. I recommend using a light or low sodium soy sauce or diluting regular soy sauce with equal part water. 2) The peanut butter taste is almost non-existent. I recommend that the peanut butter be doubled to get a good flavor.
I was surprised at how tasty this was. I altered it a bit and left out the garlic and hot sauce. Marinated the chicken about 5 hours then sauteed the chicken in the marinade. The marinade thickened and clung to the chicken. The only complaint I have using my version is the chicken was a tad salty even though I used low salt soy sauce. My husband declared it one of his favorites and I'll make this again!
I enjoyed this recipe. I cut the chicken into strips. I followed the advice of previous reviewers and reduced the amount of curry powder and soy sauce. I used about a tablespoon of curry powder and 1/3 cup of soy sauce instead. It was great with the Satay Sauce, which I found on this site.
OK. So I make this recipe for the first time, thinking I'll enjoy it and can take some to work for lunch, right? The kids ate every piece before I could get to it. I had to make it again just to taste it myself and it was great!!!!! I use this recipe for almost every party/barbecue. Thanks for sharing such a adult and child friendly recipe.
Delicious and fast! Serve with chopped cucumber and red onion mixed with a little lime juice. Also, works great on a George Foreman Grill with or without the skewers.
Easy to make and nice results. I used more peanut butter and less curry.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 27
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