Every summer, when I host BBQ parties, I would always have satay for my guests. My favorite is chicken satay. It’s hard not to fall in love with satay—skewered of marinated meat (chicken or beef) grilled over fire, and then served with a savory peanut dipping sauce. The combination is just brilliant.
While I make Malaysian-style satay most of the time, for examples: chicken satay and beef satay, I also love a good Thai chicken sate, which is marinated with coconut milk and fish sauce, two key ingredients in Thai recipes. Unlike its Malaysian counterpart, Thai sate tastes milder and less complex in taste (in my opinion), but delicious nonetheless.
This is my Thai chicken sate with peanut sauce recipe, adapted from a cookbook. Try it out and I am sure you (and your guests) would absolutely welcome a skewer or two, or three freshly grilled sate with the creamy peanut sauce.
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