Satay Chicken Skewers

I prepared satay chicken, not knowing that my girl's HFMD has worsen. Anyway, she didn't like it and didn't eat it. I grilled the satay chicken for dinner this evening. I also made pandan rice, which was much nicer than the previous time. My helper cooked other delicious dishes too.

Here's sharing how I made the satay chicken.

Recipe for Satay Chicken Skewers
Makes 12 skewers

Ingredients:
740g Chicken fillets, diced to about 1" each
1 tbsp Brandy
1.5 tbsp Curry powder
1.5 tbsp Turmeric powder
2 tsp Fine salt
1 tbsp Corn flour

Store-bought satay sauce

Method:
1. Marinate the chicken with the rest of the ingredients and refrigerate overnight (or at least 2-3hours).
2. In each skewer, poke through 6 pieces of marinated chicken fillets.
3. Heat up the griller. Brush with some oil.
4. Grill the chicken in two batches with medium heat. Turn over after about 5-7mins.
5. Served with rice and satay sauce.
I also went to buy some mung beans to make Tau Suan. I just felt like eating them, after seeing and hearing some of the bloggers making them, like Jess and Edith. As I haven't make them for so long, I soaked the mung beans for too long and the beans were too soft which just melt in the mouth. Not my ideal kind of desserts though. Simple foods like this, also required skills actually. However, when eaten with "you tiao", it did satisfy my cravings though.

7 comments:

ReeseKitchen said...
September 7, 2010 at 11:45 PM

Wa...the satay looks delicous! It made me salivate..;p I love satay, and I can eat at least 10-20 sticks in a go...haha! Never bother about diet when I see my favourite food..yum yum!
But the "Tau Suan" is new to me. Never try or see this before. Totally new to me..;p

Passionate About Baking said...
September 8, 2010 at 11:39 AM

Hi Reese,
Thanks. Me too me too! I can eat lots for the foods that I like. Heehee...

Ooh, I'm very surprised to know that you've not seen or tried Tau Suan before! I always thought both our countries' foods are very similar. Do you want the recipe? I can send it to you. :)

Jess @ Bakericious said...
September 8, 2010 at 12:56 PM

Jane, I love satay! your satay looks so salivating, let me know next time you have spares ok.

Your tau suan looks much nicer than mine, this is one of my favourite dessert.

busygran said...
September 8, 2010 at 1:41 PM

A tempting meal! I like melt-in-the-mouth tau suan like yours.
Hope your girl is on the road to recovery.

wendyywy @ Table for 2..... or more said...
September 8, 2010 at 6:17 PM

Actually,
I've eaten the Tau Suan just once in my life. And everybody who saw this dessert (at a wake service), asked, eh, what's this??? It is something not common here, frankly.

Passionate About Baking said...
September 9, 2010 at 8:21 PM

Hi Jess,
Thanks. Ah, next time got extra, I'll invite you over. :) You are too humble, this tau suan is the worse you have seen! I'm sure you won't want to taste it.

Hi busygran,
Thanks. She seems to be getting worse. :( You like the melt-in-the-mouth Tau Suan? That's very special

Hi Wendy,
Oh, thanks for the information. Now I know.

wendyywy @ Table for 2..... or said...
May 19, 2011 at 5:49 PM

Actually,
I've eaten the Tau Suan just once in my life. And everybody who saw this dessert (at a wake service), asked, eh, what's this??? It is something not common here, frankly.

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