Malaysian Chicken Satay Recipe | Chicken Skewers Recipes

Chicken Satay Recipe

Follow this Malaysian chicken satay recipe to serve a quick fix meal or entrée. You don’t have to spend much time to prep for this dish, it works well for days one is late from work or for days you can’t spend too much time in the kitchen. We’ve got a range of Curry pastes, Chutneys, and Sauces including Thai Green curry paste, Momo Chutney, etc which are endlessly adaptable to your tastes.

Prep Time                   Cook Time                   Serves

20 mins                          10 mins                   1-2 Persons

Ingredients of Malaysian Chicken Satay Recipe

  1. 250 gms chicken, cut into cube pieces
  2. Salt to taste
  3. 2 ½ tsp OrientAsian Malaysian Curry Paste
  4. 2 Bell peppers (2 different colours) cut in cubes
  5. Oil for sallow fry
  6. Toothpick

Method To Cook Chicken Satay Recipe

  1. In a bowl take cut boneless chicken add to season it with salt.
  2. Add OrientAsian Malaysian Curry Paste and mix well.
  3. Let the chicken marinate for a while.
  4. Take a toothpick and sandwich a piece of chicken between two pieces of bell peppers.
  5. In a hot pan some oil, fry the skewers. Cook for 1-2 min on all sides.
  6. Take it off the pan. Sprinkle a pinch of salt on the bell peppers and serve hot.

One can grill it on the pan as well. Brush each skewer with a little oil and cook it on a hot pan. We add salt to the bell peppers later since they lose their crunch if we add salt before cooking. Your Malaysian Chicken Satay recipe Use tofu for the vegetarian version of the same. Explore more such delicious recipes with our products like Corn Cheese Balls, Brinjal Curry Recipe on our Asian Food Recipes page.

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How quick can I make Malaysian satay recipe?

You can make Malaysian chicken satay recipe within 30 minutes total. This 30 minutes is calculated by adding 20 minutes of prepartion time and 10 minutes of cooking time.

What are the major ingredients of malaysian chicken satay recipe?

The major ingredients malaysian chicken satay recipe are chicken,salt,malaysian curry paste,oil,bell peppers and toothpick

Is there any other way apart from frying the skewers to make this recipe?

Yes of course, why not! If you want you can grill it on the pan as well. You need to brush each skewer with a little oil and cook it on a hot pan to make this recipe by grilling.

Can you use any other paste other than Malaysian curry paste in this malaysian chicken satay recipe?

Yes indeed! You can use any other curry pastes to give a delicious flavour and create a unique Malaysian chicken satay recipe of your own.We have a variety of curry pastes like Indonesian curry paste, Thai green curry paste etc which you can replace with the Malaysian curry paste and create your own version of the recipe

Currently I don't have access to yellow bell peppers currently for this malaysian chicken satay recipe? Can I replace it with any other ingredient?

It’s okay if you don’t have access to yellow bell peppers currently.You can make this Malaysian chicken satay recipe with single-colored bell pepper too. However if you wish to add you can use red bell peppers if you access to it currently at home.

I wish to make this malaysian chicken satay recipe in large quantity.In what quantity should I use the ingredients?

We have mentioned the quantity of each ingredient in detail in this Malaysian chicken satay recipe which we made considering a serving of 2 persons. You can accordingly measure the quantity of ingredients as per your requirements.

I am vegetarian and wish to make this malaysian satay recipe.Can I replace chicken with any vegan ingredient?

Yes Indeed! You can replace chicken with paneer or tofu and make a delicious vegetarian version of this Malaysian chicken satay recipe! Do try it for sure and let us know your views on the same!

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