11 Reviews

Yum -- well worth it! I added yogurt to the peanut sauce to make the paste instead of water and it was a big hit. I served it with cool cucumbers in a yogurt-vinegar sauce (yogurt, vingegar, sugar) and some rice.

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Jason Meagher April 18, 2001

I made the chicken but didn't make the peanut sauce, as we don't care for it, but the chicken was excellent and we loved it!

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sherylsprague68 June 02, 2010

Very good, i would definitely make this again. Heard no complaints at the table.

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GF BooBoo August 10, 2009

Very yummy. I marinated it for longer than suggested. I had a bit of trouble grinding up the peanuts, but it turned out well in the end.

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racehorse87 April 12, 2009

Delicious.....worth the work...

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1003214 October 26, 2008

Made this for company. Couldn't have been easier, we all loved it!

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Natalina September 14, 2008

very good! I crave peant sauce once in a while and this did hit the spot! Will make again

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Marsha Hamner May 27, 2007

Chicken turned out great--but sauce seemed to be missing something and although spicy was rather bland. It didn't seem to have the punch of a true Thai satay where the medley of flavors evoke a real WOW when you eat it. I ended up adding a bit of sesame oil and played with it a bit, but it never really played out the way I hoped.

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Sharlene~W December 20, 2004

SUPER-YUM!!! My family loved this dish! I let the chicken marinade for about 5 hours, and tossed the leftover marinade instead of basting with it to prevent contamination. I tweaked the sauce a bit by upping the cayenne and ginger, and adding some turmeric (my naturopath recommended adding it to my diet). Chicken took about 10 minutes per side to broil, and I finished it up by brushing it with a bit of the sauce and putting it back under the broiler for a bit. Really delicious and easy! Plus I loved that the sauce was mostly raw, used real peanuts instead of butter. The less processed foods we eat, the better!

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Stylin'Dog February 12, 2004

I had never had Thai food b4, let alone make it, but i asked my brother what he wanted 4 his b-day diner and he said thai food, so i made him this, coconut rice and mixed vegies. This was great!!! The peanut sauce was great w/the chicken. The only differences was i didnt have lime juice so i just substituted water there, but it was still great. Thanks 4 a great Thai experiance!

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Katrina June 04, 2003
Chicken Sate with Peanut Sauce