Chinese Satay Chicken
Satay chicken is one of those dishes that you can have anytime, even if not having a chinese meal.
They go great on the bbq, as a starter, main course or as a handy snack.
I use chunky peanut butter however you can use smooth if you prefer.
I made skewers this time, if you prefer cut the chicken into cubes before you marinate it then pan fry with some roughly cut onions for 5 minutes until the chicken has browned slightly then add a nice ladle of the satay sauce, simmer for 5 -10 minutes before serving with your favourite rice.
You will need – 1 small pot, 1 raw meat chopping board, 1 vegetable chopping board, 2 sharp knives, wooden spoon and a whisk.
If cooking on the bbq you will need to soak the skewers in cold water for at least half an hour.
I like to pour some of the satay sauce into a cup then baste the chicken as it cooks using a pastry brush. DO NOT DIP THE BRUSH BACK INTO THE SAUCE IN THE POT AFTER BASTING RAW CHICKEN, USE THE CUP, this prevents food poisoning.