Saturday, April 10, 2010

A Planned Satay Bbq Dinner Aborted on Earthday – Shortcut Recipe, Satay and Sauce without Coconut Milk

I had marinated the chicken meat with all the spices to make satay (Malaysian famous food, bbq meat on sticks) when my sister called me for dinner on earth day. Ya, bbq on earth day! I can hear those environmentalists out there voicing out their disagreement! LOL! Since I agreed to join my sister for dinner, I kept the marinated chicken meat in my freezer and planned to barbecue it on another day. I did not use coconut milk for this marinade, and the final taste is still ok.We get frequent evening shower in KL, so I have to abort my plan to bbq the satay when it started to rain....., change plan again! I just put all the satay on my baking tray and roasted them in my oven! Anyway, satay still taste better if barbecued slowly over charcoal fire. Ingredients and instruction to make tasty Malaysian Famous Satay and Peanut Sauce

Meat and Marinade
Chicken Meat, around 25 pcs of breast meat with a little skin to make it tastier
Cumin powder, 1 teaspoon
Coriander powder, 2 teaspoons
Turmeric powder, 2 teaspoons
Galangal, blended, 1” square piece
Serai (lemongrass), 3 pcs, blended
Salt to taste
Sugar to taste

Marinade the chicken meat with all the ingredients and put it aside for at least 1 hour or overnight in the fridge. Barbecue the chicken using charcoal fire. You can also roast them in your oven but charcoal grilled ones taste better!

Satay Sauce
Ground nut, 1 cup, blended
Cumin Powder, 1 teaspoon
Fennel powder, 1 teaspoon
Coriander powder, 1 teaspoon
Turmeric powder, 1 teaspoon
Chilli paste, 3 tablespoons
Serai (lemongrass), 2 pcs, blended
Shallots, 7 pcs, blended
Tamarind juice from 1 table spoon of tamarind mix with water
Salt to taste
Sugar to taste

Mix cumin, fennel, coriander, turmeric, chilli paste, serai and shallots. Add a little water to make a paste. Put around 5 table spoons of vegetable in wok. Sautéed the spices paste until fragrant. Add tamarind juice, salt and sugar to taste. Add a little water if the mixture is too thick. Bring to a boil and put in the ground peanut.

Condiments
Onions, 2 pcs, cut into 4
Cucumber, 1pc, remove skins and seeds, cut into bite size
These condiments are to be eaten with the satay sauce.

Then...........................................the next morning......., we ate my homemade bread with the leftover satay sauce for breakfast! Yum yum!

22 comments:

smallkucing said...

Mr D.I.Y does it again!Tabik! you really pandai improvise

suituapui said...

I would buy my satay sauce in tins. Wee's Brand! Nice also... Not keen on going through all the trouble. I guess like curry, without coconut milk also nice...

fufu said...

i wanna learn the baking from you!!

Angie's Recipes said...

Love satay grill! Full of aroma and flavours!

Somewhere in Singapore said...

Satay, one of my favourite foods... hehe..

Christine said...

looks sooo good Pete, my kids would love this

Verone said...

another must try dish...I've never quite gotten the satay sauce right before :)

Mei Teng said...

The satay looked very meaty. I find satay sauce is the most important thing that can either make or break this dish.

reanaclaire said...

waalaauu.. satay also u know how to make ??? really admire your skills.. put me to shame.. hahaa..

Suhaina said...

Wow, looks very very yummy. I like satay very much. Hey, I have some more awards for u.pls collect them.

Alice Law said...

I must give you a title as "Abang Serba boleh"! Man~! You are so talented, and thanks for sharing the recipe!

Please have a wonderful week ahead!

Moonaroo said...

Yummy! That looks and sounds good either way, in the oven or BBQ.

wenn said...

wow, i just wish my husband knows how to cook.

Merryn said...

satay oso u know? teruk nya u!!!!

lol.. anyway.. i jeles lah..

but then again.. on earth hour day? :P

kitchen tables said...

I Love satay grill! They are so full of flavors! I really love it!

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

your satay definitely can beat Kajang satay!! Look so good, i have bookmark this, will try it soon. Thanks for sharing.

PranisKitchen said...

satay looks delicious..sure will try this sometime..Is Galangal a must ingredient?

Pete said...

smallkucing : No choise lah.....evening always rain in KL.

STP : Actually without santan also nice. Got Wee's brand of satay sauce?

Fufu : Sure can.

Angie : agree with you

Sharon : Mine too, LOL!

Christine : My kids love it too!

Verone : Need to balance the ingredients in the sauce, especially the sugar and tamarind

Mei Teng : I used lean chicken meat...should have add a little skins...nicer!

Claire : Actually satay quite easy to make leh, try it lah!

Suhaina : Thks, will drop by to collect it!

Alice : Simply experiment only lar, have a nice weekend to you too!

Moonaroo : Bbq using charcoal fire nicer....but roast in oven healthier....LOL!

Wenn : Buy him some cook books for his birthday....he he he!

Merryn : ha ha, didn't manage to bbq it on earth day!

Kitchen tables : Agree, satay full of flavours....nice!

Sonia : Thks for bookmarking it! Cheers!

Pranis : It is ok to omit the galangal.

Cheryl said...

Oh so good. And home-made bread, its been so long since I have had any.

Pete said...

Kitchen Table : Thks for dropping by my blog!

Cheryl : No preservatives....good

[SK] said...

i hate you.. i love satay :p

MaryMoh said...

Oh..Pete...now you really make me miss home. I love satays and miss all those satays cooked over charcoal. I'll have to make this when summer comes. Thanks for sharing.

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