I followed the recipe almost exactly. I always do so I can fairly rate a recipe. The ingredients I did NOT change, I marinaded for almost 12 hours. The only thing I did different was just dumped the chicken and marinade in a pan and fried it, then served it all over a bed of chinese noodles I found in the asian section of my grocery store. It was MARVELOUS ! This recipe is a keeper, thank you for posting.
I made this for my very fussy family and they all loved it! It was so easy to make and is a new weekly favourite. It is a delicious recipe. Thanks Rita!
I marinated by chicken strips for almost 24 hours then cooked on a George Foreman Grill. Very good!!
This is a nice recipe Rita! I used the coconut milk for the basting part and cooked the chicken on an outdoor grill. I served these for lunch on chopped Romaine and sprinkled with the cilantro. For the peanut sauce, I used some leftover peanut sauce that I had from another meal. Very good, very easy and another convenient meal that you can put together and leave in the fridge until meal time. Thanks Rita!
I make this about once a week and my whole family loves it! The flavor is perfect and it is so easy to make!
I've not had satay before so nothing to compare to, but these were excellent. Was easy to do and looked very impressive on a bed of rice and made for a nice dinner for 2.
I have to say a BIG thank you for this recipe. The satays were good as the ones I used to have in Singapore. Really good!
This was very very good. I used a different sauce recipe for the peanut dip, but we just loved the marinade on the chicken.
Have been on a search for a good satay recipe. This one is excellent. Anytime I find a recipe that is like restaurant quality I am really happy. Great flavor and color. Would have liked to have barbequed them but the Foreman grill worked just fine. I used Tyler Florence's recipe for peanut sauce recipe (I like my sauce real peanutty and slightly sweet) from Food Network. Thanks Rita for another great recipe for my keeper file.