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Sunday, April 29, 2012

Homemade Satay

Okay,maybe its not so homemade because i am using premix but well its done at home! Ha! Love them to bits.You just need to buy your favourite part/type of meat,marinade,skew and then cook over a non stick pan.Its that easy.Its much nicer than some satay stalls.The meat is juicy and not fatty.(I dun like fatty meat so i chose chicken fillet.) This is a must try! =D Oh,i almost forgot to thank members at FB for this great recommendation!

  • 20 sticks

You will need:
  • 1 box Prima Taste Satay Mix (Singapore version)
  • 150ml water
  • 25ml oil
  • Some oil for brushing the meat
  • 350g chicken fillet
  • Compressed rice cakes,cut into desired sizes (can be bought in major supermarkets)
  • Cucumbers,cut into desired sizes
  • Onions (i omitted this.)

The Preparation:
  1. Cut the chicken into small pieces.
  2. Marinade them with the given marinade sauce and refrigerate for at least 6 hours.(4 hours for me.)
  3. Skem them onto satay sticks.

The Cooking:

For the dipping sauce:
  1. Boil the given satay sauce with the water.
  2. Add oil.
  3. When reboils,add the given peanut paste and mix well.
For the meat:
  1. Brush the meat with oil and cook on non stick pan.
  2. Flip every few minutes till cook or slightly charred.
  3. Serve hot with the dipping sauce,rice cakes and cucumbers.

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