Asian chicken skewers with peanut sauce
Peanut sauce-marinated chicken skewers—grilled or cooked in the oven! When is chicken for dinner again!?! When you start with moist, juicy chicken thighs, and marinate them in a rich and creamy peanut sauce until they are imbued with tons of nutty, garlicky, soy sauce-y goodness. Then, you slip the marinated chicken onto skewers—metal or bamboo skewers both work—and then cook the chicken kebabs in oven, or throw them on the grill.
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Chicken Satay Skewers with Peanut Sauce — Delicious Southeast Asian marinated grilled chicken skewers served with a creamy peanut dipping sauce. A delicious traditional Southeast Asian dish consisting of skewered chicken marinated in warm middle eastern flavors then grilled to perfection on the barbecue. The grilled skewers are served with a homemade peanut dipping sauce that is absolute perfection. Serve chicken satay as an appetizer or main course with steamed rice, a fresh salad, macaroni salad and more!
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Serve this with steamed jasmine or Coconut Rice. At the risk of sounding totally obnoxious — this is a recipe for Chicken Satay skewers with Thai Peanut Sauce that truly stacks up to your favourite Thai restaurant. It might surprise you how few ingredients go in Chicken Satay and the peanut sauce! You just need about 2. I also use this same brand for Green Curry and Red Curry for quick midweek curries.
Skewered thigh meat is much more likely to turn out juicy than skewered breast meat. Its inherent richness can handle the dry heat of the grill without losing too much moisture, especially if you arrange the pieces so that they are just touching but not tightly packed together. I should add that I added the remainder of the coconut milk and some ginger I had in the drawer grated to the marinade. Otherwise the coconut milk would be hanging around in my fridge.