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Thread chicken, zucchini, mushrooms and tomatoes evenly on skewers. Brush with oil and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Preheat broiler. Place skewers on a foil-lined baking sheet.

Broil 10–12 minutes, turning once, until chicken is done and vegetables are tender. Serve with peanut sauce. How to cook Thai Chicken and Veggie Skewers With Peanut Sauce. Make the Thai seasoning. In a small bowl, add the paprika, turmeric, coriander, mustard, ginger, cumin, black pepper, white pepper and cayenne.

Stir to combine. Cut chicken into 2”. Skewer chicken chunks, then grill or broil slowly, until nicely browned and cooked through, 10 minutes or longer.

Serve hot, garnished with cilantro and. Soak 6-inch wooden skewers in a bowl of water for at least 30 minutes. Whisk peanut butter, lime juice, soy sauce, rice vinegar, honey, ginger, and sambal oelek together in a bowl.

Slowly whisk in small amounts of warm water until dipping sauce reaches the desired consistency; set aside. Heat the grill to medium-high and oil the grate. Brush the grill with oil.

Thread the chicken onto the skewers and grill on both sides until the chicken is done in the middle, 2 to 3 minutes per side. Remove to a serving platter and sprinkle. Marinate the chicken as directed, soak the skewers, and prepare the peanut sauce. When you’re ready to cook the chicken, lay the threaded chicken skewers on a rimmed baking sheet.

Broil the skewers for 5 to 6 minutes, until the chicken is golden on the outside and cooked through. Chicken Satay Storage Tips. Grill the chicken: Heat the grill (or a grill pan over medium high heat on the stove).

Grill the kabobs until the chicken is done, about 4-8 minutes per side (depending on the thickness of your chicken). Serve the hot chicken skewers with the peanut dipping sauce. Thread chicken onto skewers. Brush with canola oil; season with salt and pepper, to taste.

Add skewers to grill, and cook, turning occasionally, until the chicken is completely cooked through, reaching an internal temperature of 165 degrees F, about 12-15 minutes. Serve immediately with peanut sauce. Place chicken, sweet soy sauce, oil, and 150 gram of peanut sauce in a mixing bowl. Mix together and marinate for 30 minutes. Skewer the marinated chicken with bamboo skewers.

Grill/broil until cooked and slightly charred, baste with marinating sauce as needed. Serve the satay with peanut sauce and accompaniments. Notes.

In a saucepan, combine the first eight ingredients; cook and stir over medium-high heat for 5 minutes or until smooth. Reserve half of sauce. Slice chicken lengthwise into 1-in. strips; thread onto metal or soaked wooden skewers.

Grill, uncovered, over medium-hot heat for 2 minutes; turn and brush with peanut butter sauce.

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Combine the orange zest and juice, lemon zest, chipotles, and olive oil in a baking dish or plastic container that will hold the skewers.

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  • Looks yummy! I think the leftovers would be stellar in a rice wrap with some lettuce/cabbage/shredded carrots, radishes-whatever you have in your frig. I agree that you need to balance the flavors, but I think each individual can put a little less sugar to their liking.

  • What do you do with the skin, you boil it, Strain it, chill it they you got something called Schmaltz. You could fry potatoes with it, you can season biscuits with it and you could make garlic bread with it it’s really good it has flavor.

  • What do you do with the skin, you boil it, Strain it, chill it they you got something called Schmaltz. It is excellent to fry with season biscuits with make garlic bread with. Give it a try

  • Love your channel, Flo! Do you do cooking with a claypot? Specifically I am wanting to see video for a Chinese chicken, shiitake mushroom, and sausage rice cooked in a claypot on an electric coil stove. Other claypot recipes are welcomed also as I just bought one for the first time.

  • I love your chanel Ms. Carina Stewart �� all your video recipes are incredible and I would love to try them out and serve it to my kids… Keep it up and sending love from one of your fan in the Philippines…xoxo����

  • That chicken is looking great and must be so delicious as well. I hope you all had a nice weekend and all is fine there and you all have another Blessed week.

  • We always buy the bone in, skin on chicken thighs. I get to spend however long playing with my Deba knife deboning them all before they get vacuum packed and frozen. So much cheaper.
    You should render all that fat and make Schmaltz. Really good for some recipes.

  • Please do make a video for Chicken Sate and explain to the audience the difference between Skewered Chicken and Chicken Sate. Thank you.

  • Hello Flo & Dude, thank you for a yummy food review, that I have to try. Have a wonderful week ahead and take care, God bless you and your Family always. ����������☕️����������

  • A couple weeks or so ago the bell changed. Some of my subscriptions lost the original setting and I stopped getting notifications. Now you have to click the bell and choose from a pop up menu to either personalize or receive all. Selecting all will get, duh, all notifications. ��
    Hope this helps everyone.
    Love that I now know how to make peanut sauce! Whoop whoop!

  • Hi Flo again,luv’d this one as well. Could you please stop doing stuff I have to cook. I wanted to say that is not satay but you qualified that at the beginning (boo hoo) I will make this. If I do satay I always use Jimmy’s satay sauce. (apparently used by all restaurants and take aways) Here in the UK anyway. My friend in Phili did a response to my comment on your “tomayto” soup She is liking your postings after being devastatingly flooded.
    John M (inthe UK)

  • The recipe looks delicious! Faux sate. Who knew?! Gloves help. I don’t like touching raw meat, either. You don’t sacrifice dexterity by using them as long as they are of the thin latex variety.

  • I wish you would read up on the goodness you cut way was very valuable health benefits, Chicken fat is very good for you grandma chicken soup etc. Check out the Keto diet and why it has healed so many folks. good fats and bad fats for starts. FYI knowledge makes better dissension.

  • I don’t add coconut milk. I usually made satay madura and it’s also highly popular in Indonesia. But I am curious to make with your recipe. New subscriber from Indonesia ��

  • who can resist peanut sauce? not me!

    i usually make it without a recipe, but i like the idea of adding ginger! (i sometimes add sambal oelek for heat).

  • This chicken skewer looks so delicious! Thanks for the step by step instructions.. Seems very easy! Your videos always makes me hungry! Lol! Thanks for sharing!

  • I love a good kabob. These look amazing. We appreciate you coming to our channel and giving us love. We are very thankful for you.

  • I added olive oil instead of red wine (because I didn’t have any on hand). And also added in some dijon mustard! If you don’t want grilled zucchini and squash to be mushy scoop the seeds out.

  • Is it possible to love people more just by watching their videos? I feel inspired and confident when watching your videos and dare I say connected. Even though I am in Edm, AB with the better hockey team? lol

  • I made this for dinner tonight. It was very, very good. I was a little lazy though and didn’t use skewers. I put everything on a cookie sheet and broiled it until it looked done. It didn’t take long at all.

  • Hi I love love n love u. U r truly a delight to see.. ur hair looks shorter… y……����☹️���� By the way, Hi �� from UAE ���� n I have a request to give a recepie for DUCk �� and RaBBit ��, I wanna try them.

  • It would actually taste better if you marinated them in the fridge for a few hours or better overnight.
    Nonetheless they look amazing. I have a question: isn’t it bad to heat mayo?

  • zucchinis are your favourite and you are my favourite.. this looks delicious.. we are planning a birthday party for my neice next week and i’ll surely add this as a side dish.. thanks for sharing..

  • I need the recipe. In the video, when he is making the peanut sauce, after adding the red curry paste and before he adds sugar, there is a brown liquid in the pot that he didn’t mention in the video. 2:04

  • Who’s laughing, peanut sauce is found in many Thai recipes. Dave, I could not find a printable recipe for this on your website. Can you give me the link?

  • This looks delicious and is going to be on our menu this week! Hope you, your family and furry babies are safe and well. Thanks Dave!����������

  • This recipe is similar to the Malaysian satay. Instead of using peanut sauce, here we use freshly ground peanut. Thanks, Dave for the great recipe.

  • Hey Dave, hope you’re doing well. Another great recipe! You totally threw me off with the peanut butter, but as always, I know that your dish tastes as good as it looks. I just so happen to have chicken strips in my fridge! Yay ����. Stay safe and God Bless �� you, your family, friends & your channel. ��

  • Definitely one of my favourite cooking channels out there of 2. Another great vid as always Dave and take a break enjoy some rest, your breathing sounds off, if you are sick hope you get well, and I know you will! Love you Dave!

  • You had me at the curry powder, yum!!! We eat a lot of curry dishes in Australia, I miss my curry dishes as my husband prefers Hispanic meals. I’m going to make this the next time he goes away. Stay well and stay safe.

  • Dave, hope you’re well. Unfortunately most these dishes taste well, but they are no where healthy. Eliminating sugars and antinutrients from plants vegetables will be a game changer.

  • Hi Flo! Couple questions. Thanks!
    What is the difference between this recipe and a satay?
    Could you also recommend a good pair of chop sticks?
    Do you use your eating chop sticks as a cooking tool or do use different ones?

  • Tatyana! I went to buy everything yesterday, so my meats and veggies have been marinating all night. �� I’ll be trying today…Can’t wait!

  • satay is more on the street food side meaning that it usually doesn’t appear as pretty as your version, this gives terrible craving ��

  • I feel like it’s been years since I’ve seen a video from you �� And as usual you end up making me hungry, that sauce looks yummy ��