Coconut Curry Chicken Satay. In a medium-sized bowl whisk together coconut milk, lime juice, curry powder, fish sauce, honey, olive oil, and garlic. Here is how you achieve it. Ingredients of Coconut Curry Chicken Satay.
Add the lime juice, soy sauce and rice wine vinegar. Sprinkle over the corn flour and stir through to cover the ingredients. Add the peanut butter and coconut milk. You can cook Coconut Curry Chicken Satay using 12 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Coconut Curry Chicken Satay
- Prepare 40 of skewers soaked ideally overnight, but at least 6 hours or so.
- You need 4 pounds of boneless, skinless chicken breast or thigh meat cut into roughly 1/3-inch thick, 1.5-inch wide strips.
- You need 1-1.5 teaspoons of kosher salt.
- It’s 1/3 cup of coconut milk.
- Prepare 1/4 cup of minced shallots.
- You need 3 Tablespoons of packed brown sugar.
- It’s 2 Tablespoons of fish sauce.
- You need 2 Tablespoons of oil.
- It’s of zest of 1 lime.
- Prepare 1.5-2 Tablespoons of fresh lime juice.
- Prepare 1 Tablespoon of minced garlic (about 2 large cloves).
- You need 1/2 Tablespoon of curry powder.
Heat a wok up over a medium heat. Once melted add the onion, garlic, and ginger. Fry until fragrant then add in the chicken pieces. Hi Kirsty, We haven't tried making the Chicken Satay Curry without the coconut milk but you could use almond milk as an alternative.
Coconut Curry Chicken Satay step by step
- In a large mixing bowl, combine the chicken strips with the salt first and give them a good thorough mixing with your hands to ensure that the chicken is evenly seasoned with the salt. Let that sit for about 5 minutes while add the other ingredients into the bowl..
- Combine the rest of the marinade ingredients with the salted chicken and again, using your hands, massage the ingredients gently and thoroughly into the chicken, making sure that all the components are evenly distributed throughout the chicken..
- Cover the chicken and let marinate in the refrigerator for at least 2 hours and up to 8. (What will happen if you marinate it longer? Well, it won't be terrible, but the longer proteins sit in a salty mixture, the more cured a texture they begin to take on. You can actually let this marinade go for 2 or 3 days before you cook the chicken, but I think up to 8 hours for chicken breast keeps optimal texture. Up to overnight for dark meat.).
- Skewer the chicken in roughly 6-inch segments. This may take combining 2 or more pieces together. No biggie. Also, if you're planning to cook the chicken over coals right after you skewer, right before Step 4 would be a good time to light your coals..
- Grill the skewers over slightly lower than medium heat. 3 to 4.5 minutes per side for breast meat, 5.5 to 7 minutes per side for dark meat..
- GRILLING TIPS: If you're grilling on a gas grill, you just need to preheat your grill to a just under medium heat for 10 to 15 minutes prior to cooking. If you're grilling with coals, since you're dealing with smaller, thinner skewer cuts, you'll want to make sure to give your coals plenty of time for the flames to burn out and then a little time for the white heat to dissipate just a bit before you start cooking..
- GRILLING TIPS (cont): You'll be able to tell when some of the coals have returned to something more like the original charcoal color. And then there's always the hand test (assuming an even spread of the coals) in which you hold your hand an inch or two above the grill grates and judge the temp by how long you can hold it there before you have to pull it away. For the slightly less than medium heat you want for these satay skewers, 4 to 5 seconds should do it..
- Enjoy! :).
Add the marinated chicken to the pan and fry to seal the meat and cook the spices. Add the peanut butter and cook until it has softened and darkened. Pour in the coconut milk and stir through. While the chicken is marinating, pour the coconut milk into the pan and get your child to stir together with the peanut butter mix. The sauce needs to be heated gently and stirred – suitable for confident seven- or eight-year olds, under strict adult supervision.