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    Believe it or not, I've never had peanut satay! Last nite my wife and I fought over who was going to get the first scoop out of a new jar of peanut butter! There is no better then that first finger of fresh peanut butter! And I had an idea of trying satay! Quick and easy and damn good.

    boneless chicken breasts and pork loin

    Marinade:

    6 cloves garlic, chopped
    4 tsp. coriander
    4 tsp. light brown sugar
    1 tbsp. black pepper
    2 tsp. salt
    1/2 c. soy sauce
    4 tsp. ginger, chopped
    2 tbsp. lime juice
    6 tbsp. oil
    1/4 c. fresh coriander, chopped (for garnish)

    Mix marinade ingredients. Cut chicken and pork into 1 1/2-2 inch cubes. Add to mixture and marinate at least two hours.

    Chicken and pork Satay:

    Thread chicken and pork pieces onto one end of satay sticks,alternating with onion, bell pepper and mushrooms. Barbeque, baste with marinade. Serve with peanut sauce for dipping.

    Peanut Sauce:

    1 c. chunky peanut butter
    1-2 tsp. hot chili sauce
    2 cloves garlic, crushed
    3 tbsp. honey
    1 tsp. cayenne pepper
    1/4 c. lime juice
    1/4 c. soy sauce
    1/2 c. peanut oil

    Put ingredients together in blender and puree. Should have a sweet/hot peanut flavor. Taste and adjust ingredients accordingly.


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    Put your skewers together and on the grill


    It wont take more than 3-4 minutes per side


    Served with some sticky rice and spicy hot peanut sauce!


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    I've never even heard of it. It looks good though.
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    Here are a few variations on the Satay Sauce

    Satay Sauce (Authentic)
    1 small onion -- chopped
    1 tablespoon lemon grass -- finely chopped
    1/2 teaspoon shrimp paste
    3 dried chillies --
    2 cloves garlic
    1/2 teaspoon ground cumin
    1/2 teaspoon ground coriander
    2 coriander root -- chopped
    1 cup coconut milk
    1 teaspoon vegetable oil
    150 grams dry-roasted unsalted peanuts -- crushed
    2 tablespoons sugar
    2 teaspoons tamarind juice
    1 pinch salt

    1. In a blender, combine first eight ingrediants with enough coconut milk to moisten.
    2. Heat oil in saucepan and gently stir fry satay mix until it turns a pale pinky brown, then reduce heat to low.
    3. Add peanuts and stir well to separate.
    4. Add sugar, salt and tamarind juice.
    5. If sauce is too thick, add coconut milk. If too thin, simmer very gently.

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    Nam Jim Satay (Peanut sauce)
    4 oz roasted unsalted peanuts
    3-4 cloves garlic
    1 oz chopoped onion
    1-2 tbls red or Massamen curry paste
    1 ts fish sauce
    8 tbls coconut milk
    4-6 ts lime juice( to taste)
    2-3 ts palm sugar
    .................................
    first crush the peanuts to a fairly fine powder and mix them with the remaining ingrediants
    (except the lime juice).

    If the sauce is too thick thin it with chicken stock.
    Add lime juice tasting it until the ballance of flavor is correct .
    Note:Use red curry paste for beef or pork satay.With chicken or shrimp satay use massaman paste.
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    I'v enever heard of it either but it does look good.
    Hey careful man! There's a beverage here!
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    Chicken Yakatori ,
    Start with Nori Miso soup ,in lacquered wooden bowls.
    ................................
    Serve with Saki or Tequila .
    How about a Blue Wasabi cocktail? It's saki, pineapple juice, blue curacao and wasabi.
    You can swap out the saki for tequila
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    1/2 cup soy sauce
    2 tablespoons vegetable oil
    2 tablespoons lemon juice
    1 tablespoon sesame seeds
    2 tablespoons white sugar
    2 green onions, thinly sliced
    1 clove garlic, minced
    1/2 teaspoon ground ginger
    1 pound sirloin steak, cubed or/and
    1 pound chicken Brest,cubed or/and
    1 pound Pork Loin, cubed

    In a glass or plastic bowl, whisk together the soy sauce, oil, lemon juice, sesame seeds, sugar, green onions, garlic, and ginger.

    Thread the meat onto skewers. (If you are using wooden skewers, soak them 30 minutes first.) Place the skewers in a plastic or glass container just large enough to hold them, and pour the marinade over the meat, turning to coat well. Cover, and chill for a minimum of 4 hours.

    Preheat grill for high heat, and position grate 5 inches from coals.

    Brush grate with oil, and place skewers on grill. Grill for 10 to 15 minutes, occasionally turning kabobs to ensure even cooking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by megimoo View Post
    Chicken Yakatori ,
    Start with Nori Miso soup ,in lacquered wooden bowls.
    ................................
    Serve with Saki or Tequila .
    How about a Blue Wasabi cocktail? It's saki, pineapple juice, blue curacao and wasabi.
    You can swap out the saki for tequila
    ..................................
    1/2 cup soy sauce
    2 tablespoons vegetable oil
    2 tablespoons lemon juice
    1 tablespoon sesame seeds
    2 tablespoons white sugar
    2 green onions, thinly sliced
    1 clove garlic, minced
    1/2 teaspoon ground ginger
    1 pound sirloin steak, cubed or/and
    1 pound chicken Brest,cubed or/and
    1 pound Pork Loin, cubed

    In a glass or plastic bowl, whisk together the soy sauce, oil, lemon juice, sesame seeds, sugar, green onions, garlic, and ginger.

    Thread the meat onto skewers. (If you are using wooden skewers, soak them 30 minutes first.) Place the skewers in a plastic or glass container just large enough to hold them, and pour the marinade over the meat, turning to coat well. Cover, and chill for a minimum of 4 hours.

    Preheat grill for high heat, and position grate 5 inches from coals.

    Brush grate with oil, and place skewers on grill. Grill for 10 to 15 minutes, occasionally turning kabobs to ensure even cooking.
    Moo! Slow down man!:D
    It was just a quick easy different kind of meal! Did it make you hungry?:D

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    Quote Originally Posted by patriot45 View Post
    Moo! Slow down man!:D
    It was just a quick easy different kind of meal! Did it make you hungry?:D
    The dish Just reminded me of Japanese food I've had in the past .Back then after a leasurly rubdown and massage, soaking in a hot tub I would sit around a hibachi pot with Japanese girls feeding me from the grill on a lazy Saturday afternoon.
    Akadama Plum wine, Nori Miso soup,Yakatory Chicken,Rice balls,I.W. Harper Johnnie Collins !It sounds like one of Cold Warrior's Pleasure Palace pipe dreams !
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    It all looks good . . . . well . . . . except for the cafateria scoop of rice . . . . once again you lose points for presentation . . . . a shame to. :(
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    Quote Originally Posted by PoliCon View Post
    It all looks good . . . . well . . . . except for the cafateria scoop of rice . . . . once again you lose points for presentation . . . . a shame to. :(
    You would prefer it on a bed of rice with sauce ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shannon View Post
    I've never even heard of it. It looks good though.
    I'm used to satay as smaller appetizer skewers - my mother served a ton of them at a party she gave for my husband and me shortly after our marriage.
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