4 Reviews

I used chicken and pork (on separate skewers) about 750 grams total (which fed 4 of us with fried rice) and served with Tisme's Simple Satay Sauce (Simple Satay Sauce) and made for an enjoyable meal. The DH cooked on the flat plate of an indoor electric grill and was very much enjoyed with the DH commenting definately better than some others. Thank you Cilantro in Canada, made for Invitation to Indonesia Tag Game.

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I'mPat October 10, 2010

Everyone said WOW! Added to the appetizer platter for one of those special day gatherings awhile back, with all of us enjoying. Made using chicken which tasted awesome. Saskatchewan temps as they are - grilled in the oven which worked just fine. Not only added to my appetizer cookbook - it's also been added to the grilling favorites for our backyard summer cookouts. Thank you for sharing a recipe that made it to two of my cookbooks!

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Gerry February 03, 2010

I really wouldn't know how an authentic grilled Indonesian chicken satay would taste like but this is delicious! In fact, it's now one of my favorite soy/teriyaki based chicken skewer recipe. I used chicken breast here and marinated it first before skewering, then the rest I used for basting. Results were moist, tender, nicely browned chicken satays. Yummy! Thanks, Cilantro in Canada! Made and reviewed for Asia's Let's Get Skewered tag game 2008.

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Pneuma May 08, 2008

I'm used to make my chicken satay with chicken oil, ground corriander, kecap manis, and lemon/lime juice. Grill. Serve with peanut sauce (ground peanuts or sometimes mix with ground cashew nuts, kecap manis and lime juice), and sprinkle over the sauce with shallot chopped/sliced.

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AnIndonesianinWinnipeg October 05, 2006
Grilled Indonesian Chicken Satay