What is satay sauce?
Satay sauce is a sweet, savory & tangy sauce paired with satay proteins. This is a trademark pairing between the satay and the sauce.
is there gluten in satay sauce
Satay sauce is peanut based.
Satay sauce is a spicy peanut sauce.
yes, you can freeze satay sauce. you can freeze anything you like. that's your question. but if it goes funny or not... that's a different question.
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It is something cooked in a peanut based sauce.
Skewered Meat Morsels, Peanut Sauce
chicken satay with peanut sauce
In UK English Chinese takeaways what is in 'satay sauce' Definitely not peanut sauce for dipping satay in it is a dish just like sweet and sour chicken?
Satay is generally made with a variation of these ingredients: * coconut milk * crunchy peanut butter * onion * dark soy sauce * brown sugar * lemon juice * red pepper * garlic * cumin * coriander * tumeric * Sometimes curry paste is added as well.
Satay, is a dish/snack popular throughout not only Malaysia and Thailand, but also Indonesia and Philippines. Because satay originated in Indonesia. Satay, simply means "sate", in Malay language. What satay simply is, is skewers of grilled chicken, pork or beef marinaded and dipped in a sweet sauce. Kind of like "pinchos" from Puerto Rico. Satay is a Malaysian/Indonesian style kabobs. Satay varies all over Southeast Asia. "Indonesian satay" can simply refer to the satay eaten… Read More
It depends what kind of meat is used and how the sauce is prepared. A chicken satay may contain anywhere from 50 to 200 calories depending on how it is prepared.
probably, i mean who knows how long it will keep, but its worth a shot.
The calories can be varied according to the ingredients used in the peanut sauce. Peanut satay sauce 2 Tbsp 80 calories. Peanut sauce 1 Tbsp 80 calories.
Its awesome with chicken or with rice! The best recipe which everyone that I know loves is Nasi Goreng. Its a recipe from Indonesia but is also used in the Netherlands. Also try make a satay peanut butter sauce and dipping your cucumbers in it! DIVINE!
The origin of satay Satay or sate is originated from Indonesia, specially Javanese, where spread out across Indonesia. It was brought back to Europe by Dutch during colonialism era. It is commonly made of beef, chicken with spicy peanut sauce and some ingredient. Now, several countries in South East Asia, like Malaysia, Singapore absorb this as local cuisine with slightly different ingredient. Satay can be served with rice, from steamed rice, fried rice, ketupat* or… Read More
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The plural form of satay is satays.
Satay may have originated in Java or Sumatra or Indonesia.
Am not sure what you mean by powder for making satay (sate) .. can't think of any in that manner. Should you want to know what ingredients are needed...these are the -following: (sweet thick) soya sauce (Indonesian Ketjap), onions, garlic, ginger, corriander,lemon juice, salt,pepper ... mince all this into a paste ... cut meat in smallish pieces ... marinate for several hours. Hope this was helpful?
Satay can be made a few different ways but basically it is chicken strips on skewers, grilled and then dipped in a spicy peanut sauce. I like to marinate my chicken first in some lime juice and a mix of spices, for a few hours. Then I thread it onto skewers, like teriyaki, and pat it dry. Next I make a sauce with peanut butter, yogurt, hot pepper, curry (paste or powder, I make my… Read More
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Also called sate, Satay often consists of chicken, mutton, beer, goat, fish, pork, or tofu. It is often grilled or barbecued and served with a variety of spicy seasonings.
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dark chocolate and almonds.
chicken pepper stick
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Ingredients 2 teaspoons curry powder 1 teaspoon grated fresh ginger 1 teaspoon minced garlic 1 teaspoon cumin 1/2 cup coconut milk 1 tablespoon grated lemon peel 1/2 teaspoon chili powder 1 pound bonelesschicken in bite size pieces ***Peanut Sauce*** 1 cup dry roasted unsalted peanuts OR 2 tablespoons extra chunky peanut butter 1/3 cup coarsely chopped onion 2 cloves garlic, minced 1/2 cup coconut milk (more if desired) 1/2 teaspoon soy sauce 1 teaspoon lime… Read More
satay them in pepper, slow cook them, fry them, and finally eating it
Chicken satay, BBQ chicken, Fried chicken and grilled
The most popular food in Asia is Satay.
It's pretty spicy --- it has curry powder and hot peppers.
I believe they were originally from Japan or China, but they may have come from Thailand.
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Rojak, roti-prata, Teh-tarik,nasi lemak,nasi bryani,satay
* Bechamel sauce(White Sauce) * Espagnol Sauce(Brown Sauce) * veloutes Sauce * Tomato Sauce * Mayonnaise Sauce * Hollandaise Sauce
One of the most recognizable dishes in Malaysian cuisine is Satay. Satay is made of bite-sized pieces of meat that have been skewered, then marinated in spices and barbecued over a fire. Malaysian curries and noodle dishes are also very popular, many which incorporate coconut milk into their recipes.
some are mornay sauce(cheese sauce) Parsley sauce Sauce moutrade ( mustard sauce)
Thailand. In the future, you can find something like this out via Google or Google Advanced Search.
All the expenes of Hajj, including satay in tent city, are paid in advace by the Hajis.
smal sauces including cream sauce, mornay sauce, cheddar cheese sauce, mustard sauce, soubise sauce,tomatoed soubise sauce and nantua sauce
roux sauce cheese sauce cream sauce bolognese sauce tomato sauce pesto sauce
Perhaps you mean the expression "What's sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander"?
Peanut butter can be used for: sweet and savory cooking tahini, mixed with ground sesame seeds. the consistancy of slightly more liquidy peanut butter, tahini is used in lebanese, middle-eastern foods. on breads on vegetables baked into desserts in sauces both sweet and savory microwaved and drizzled over dessert items, grilled vegetables, over meats especially poultry and pork thai and other asian cuisines. most commonly known use is in satay sauce. also thai peanut sauce… Read More
soy sauce, mustard, cheese sauce, tomato sauce,
Sauce is a noun (a sauce) and a verb (to sauce).
well really if you think about it you could put any type of edible sauce in a sandwich well if your crazy so there's .ketchup .mustard .mayo .BBQ sauce .chocolate sauce .caramel sauce .soy sauce .gravy .blue heaven sauce .mint sauce .strawberry sauce .chilly sauce .vanilla sauce .curry sauce .meat sauce .pineapples sauce .apple sauce .tropical sauce Okay there's more but i don't have the time to type them all here! But some of those… Read More
Bolognese sauce is meat sauce.