Satay Recipe

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satay satay

Satay is a great barbeque food and fun to eat. Cook Satay sticks right along with your barbeque chicken or hamburger.

This is an easier, and tastier method for making satay than people generally use in Thailand. For some reason the style commonly found on the street there has migrated to using condensed milk, but I prefer it this way. This satay version has fewer, easier to find ingredients and does not compromise the taste.

4 Servings, Prep Time: 20 Minutes, Total Time: 30 Minutes

Tips and Techniques

The marinated pork should be yellowish in color. Sometimes there is not enough tumeric in curry powder. If you like the brighten up the color for presentation, add a dash of tumeric.

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Peanut Sauce for Satay

Nam Jim Satay
4 Servings, Prep Time: 10 Minutes, Total Time: 10 Minutes

Tips and Techniques

In Thailand, people use peanuts ground up in a mortar instead of peanut butter and the sauce is granular with just a little creaminess. However, I use peanut butter because peanut butter is essentially finely ground peanuts and more convenient and common in American kitchens. The peanut butter I prefer is chunky natural, freshly ground (instead of the brands that have sugar or vegetable oil added). Smooth peanut butter will do too, if that is what you have in your kitchen.

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Cucumber in vinegar

Ahjaad อาจาด
2 Servings, Prep Time: 7 Minutes, Total Time: 7 Minutes
  • 1 quartered and thinly sliced cucumber
  • 1 sliced long hot pepper Optional
  • 2 thinly sliced shallots
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 1/3 cup vinegar
  • 1/3 cup water

Tips and Techniques

  • In Thailand, we use long red peppers that are mild, but I have a hard time finding ones that come close in flavor to it here.
  • You can cut back on the sugar if you like.
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