Satay-style chicken skewers: recipe for snacking
As the temperature rises, it seems to enter the world of the most exotic flavors that fill us with intensity and joy. Today I wanted to share with you my version of some chicken skewers that seem perfect for snacking. If you are fortunate to have a garden or a terrace, you can prepare them charcoal, on the grill.
Today's recipe will be Satay-style chicken skewers. They are a delight to share with friends, around a few good glasses of wine. Its mix of oriental spices combined with a sweet touch, transports us for a journey full of joy. I highly recommend them for any party or gathering as they can be eaten hot or warm.
IngredientsFor 4 people
- Chicken breast 2
- Soy sauce 150 ml
- Lemon 1
- Ground curry 20 g
- Ground ginger 5 g
- Garlic salt 5 g
- Ground turmeric 5 g
- Sesame seeds 10 g
- Sunflower oil 15 ml
- Ground black pepper
How to Make Satay Chicken SkewersDifficulty: easy
- Total time 25 m
- Elaboration 10 m
- Cooking 15 m
- Repose 1 hour
In a bowl, we are going to pour the soy sauce, the olive oil and the lemon juice. Then add the curry powder, garlic powder, ginger, turmeric, sesame, salt and pepper. We mix everything very well. We cut the chicken breasts, skinless and clean, into cubes. We put them in the bowl of the previous preparation, cover with cellophane paper and let stand one hour in the refrigerator.
We remove the chicken from refrigeration and form the skewers with wooden sticks. We put them to roast on the grill or in a frying pan over medium low heat until the chicken is well browned. While we are doing this, pour the soy preparation that we use to marinate chicken in a pot and bring it to a boil. When it reaches the boiling point, we lower the fire to the minimum and allow about eight minutes for it to thicken slightly.
What to accompany the Satay-style chicken skewers
The Satay-style chicken kebabs we've made today are perfect for weekend snacking. You can offer them hot or warm, together with the sweet soy sauce and spices that we have prepared. If you prefer, you can also enjoy them at lunch along with white rice or grilled vegetables.
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