Have you heard how the name “Satay” or sate came about? I’m not sure if this was true but what I heard was satay actually means 3 pieces in Hokkien, a Chinese dialect. Satay is basically a barbecued meat skewer served with sweet peanut sauce. Satay is a national delicacy of Indonesia and in Singapore, we have easy access to pork satay, chicken satay and mutton satay. Even though you can also get satay in Malaysia, Brunei, Thailand or the Philippines and some other Southeast Asian countries, somehow the version available in each country vary a little.
Here’s our step-by-step video on how we made this: https://youtu.be/Xe9_ihBpvbI
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Makes 24 sticks
3 pieces of chicken thigh – cut into small pieces
Group A (cut into smaller pieces for easy blending)
4 pieces lemongrass (only the white part)
15 pieces shallots
3 pieces garlic
4 pieces galangal
6 tablespoons sugar
2 teaspoons turmeric powder
2 tablespoons coriander seed(dry roasted & pounded)
2 teaspoons cumin
1.5 teaspoons salt
1 tablespoon kichap manis
1) Blend Group A into paste
2) Marinate cut chicken thigh with Group A & B for at least 2 hours
3块鸡大腿 – 切成小块
1汤匙kichap manis （马来甜黑酱油）