Recipe: Satay Part I:Chicken Sate’

Hi There,

Finally, the sate recipe is available. As it has 3 different things to serve in this appertizer. It consistes of Marinated sauce, Peanut sauce, and Cucumber salad. I will post 1 by 1 at a time. Let’s start with Marinate the chicken. (you can change to pork or beef).

Chicken Satay


Chicken/ Pork                                                    500 gram

Lemongrass                                                        1 tablespoon

Galangal                                                            ½ tablespoon

Roasted coriander seed                                 ½ tablespoon

Roasted cumin seed                                       1 teaspoon

Turmeric Powder                                             ½ tablespoon

Coconut Milk (cream)                                    ½-3/4 cup

Salt                                                                         1 teaspoon

Sugar                                                                     ½ tablespoon


Slice the meat in length around 7-10 cm. long and around ½ cm. thick. Smash roasted coriander seed and cumin seed then put it aside. Smash lemongrass, galangal until fine then add coriander seed and cumin seed together to the bowl. In the marinated bowl, it will have lemongrass, galangal, coriander seed, and cumin seed. Beside that add salt, turmeric powder, sugar and coconut cream. The meat should be marinated at least 20 minutes before grill it. You can keep in the fridge over night.

Tip: when you grill, you need coconut milk to put on top of the meat. Add 1-2 tablespoon of vegetable oil when you start. Use medium heat.

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