We made this for a going away party for our exchange student who was from Thailand. She wanted her friends to have something to eat that was from Thailand. The exchange student said typically satay it was spicy in Thailand. However it seems most things are, this recipie suited American tastes better for that reason. Otherwise she thought the satay tasted authentic! The best part was that the ingredients were all common and easy to find. While looking at different satay recipes to find one for the party, I noticed many had ingredients that would have to be purchased at an Asian market, which around these parts is not easily accessible....at least a 45 min drive to get to one.
I did not use skewers, I just cut the chicken into strips....and cooked on the grill. I didn't want the kids at the party to take an entire skewer and then not care for the dish. I also marinated at least 12 hours maybe longer.
And now for my word of advice....please spare yourselves and cut the sause in half! It makes a ton of sause! I followed the recipie x4 for the chicken portion and x3 for the sauce, and we still had way too much sause.
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We made this for a going away party for our exchange student who was from Thailand. She wanted...