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Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Coconut and peanut butter sauce for the chicken satay


A chicken satay with coconut milk and peanut butter sauce, this one of my family's favorites. Everybody loves them at home. It's great for entertaining. The sauce it's completely delicious. Your friends will be satisfied. If they are vegetarian just serve the sauce with grilled veggies and rice.

The idea is to bring some far away sparkle into the home. Those tastes become friendly and we get totally used to making them on our own. 

For the chicken marinate: 
In a bowl combined all.
1/2 cup soy sauce
1/2 cup lemon juice
6 garlic cloves minced
1 tablespoon peanut butter
1 tablespoon brown sugar

For the chicken I usually make about 6 to 8 chicken breast, I cut it into strips with a kitchen scissors. Marinated, leave it for about an hour in the refrigerator.
You could do it the night before  for a more intense flavor and cooked the following day on the grill.


For the sauce:
In a saucepan add the following ingredients and cook over low to medium, stirring constantly until sauce its thick and creamy.

11/2 cup of coconut milk
1 cup of peanut butter
1/ 4 cup lemon juice freshly squeezed
2 tablespoon soy sauce
2 tablespoon brown sugar
1 teaspoon fresh grated ginger root
6 garlic cloves minced

I serve them with jasmine rice, a topping of sliced  fresh coconut roasted and a salad with mango, cucumber, red pepper, scallions, cilantro and toasted peanuts. which I will post soon...

Tip
Soak the bamboo skewered for about 20 minutes in a  bowl of cold water to keep them from burning  while you are grilling.





14 comments:

Tina said...

I have tried something similar for the marinade and it does give chicken an awesome flavor. However, what really stands out is the unique sauce you have put together-very impressive. This recipe is a keeper!

Aarthi said...

yummy yummy..Delicious..Thanks for the recipe dear

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Catherine said...

Dear Lola, I am a peanut butter lover!! I would adore this recipe. A fun and delicious dish. Blessings,Catherine xo

My Inner Chick said...

Gorgeous presentation. WOW!

Eliotseats said...

I would so love a big bowl of this sauce right now! What a great idea to serve it with roasted veggies.

Ann said...

Oh, MY! This is absolutely amazing! I love the flavor combinations you have in this recipe....stunning!

Seriously - thank you SO much for posting this one!

lisa is cooking said...

I love satay and don't make it often enough. This is a great idea for a party, and using a coconut as a bowl is fantastic!

Lizzy said...

Oh, my, I wish this was going to be my dinner tonight!!! How fabulous!

Simply Life said...

oh my gosh! that sauce sounds to die for!

Magic of Spice said...

What a lovely sauce, and I am a vegetarian and can so see this with a lovely rice and veggie dish...beautiful!

Chen said...

Hi Lola :-)
Wonderful blog with amazing recipes.
Enjoyed every minute!
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If you can .I would like to ask something.
Thanks,
Chen.

Veronica Cervera said...

Delicious!
I just found your blog, and immediately fall in love with it. Myriam, from Recetario Spanglish para mis hijos send me the link, since I was looking for blogs of recipes by Hispanics in the US.
Please, take a look to my cocina: http://cocinaalminutoconcomida.blogspot.com/
Un abrazo,
Vero

Lola Lobato said...

Gracias Veronica por visitarme, ya voy a pasar por tu blog. xo

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