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Thai Chicken Satay with Spicy Peanut Sauce

July/August 2009, August/September 2005, The EatingWell Healthy in a Hurry Cookbook (2006)

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Spicy peanut sauce is the perfect match for these Thai-marinated grilled chicken strips.



READER'S COMMENT:
"An absolute keeper! The chicken was tender and juicy with a nice hint of spicy hot. I cut boneless skinless chicken breasts into strips instead of using tenders. I grilled the chicken pieces on a grill topper screen without the skewers,...
Thai Chicken Satay with Spicy Peanut Sauce

9 Reviews for Thai Chicken Satay with Spicy Peanut Sauce

08/10/2013
Super Easy and Tasty

Delicious recipe. I did have fish sauce on hand and I think it added a nice fullness to the dish's flavor. Not too spicy either. Family loved it.

Easy to prepare using ingredients I had on hand.
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06/15/2013
Anonymous

This is by far the best chicken satay and peanut sauce. We always triple the peanut sauce. A family favorite!!

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09/16/2012
Anonymous
easy and tasty

This was an easy and pretty satisfying Thai chicken recipe. I liked the peanut sauce but the marinade could have been more flavorful. I added some fresh lemon grass to the marinade, just be sure to remove it before you cook and eat it.

fast to prepare
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07/29/2012
Anonymous
Helpful tip for this

I dwindled this down to about 200 calories per serving. Several ingredients in the peanut sauce are not necessary. I usually make a peanut sauce from shesimmers.com. It's her grandma's recipe, it's easy and for this, you can scale it way down, just enough for the chicken. Also, it tastes amazing!

easy
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07/24/2011
Lick Your Plate Delicious

This received a thumbs-up from everyone in the family. I served it with coconut rice (which my husband added some of the peanut sauce to) and a simple cucumber and radish salad. I didn't have any fish sauce in the house, so I omitted that, but don't really think it took too much away from the meal.

Easy, delicious
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