This has been the craze in Munch Ministry for a while and I bought 2 packets of the premix as soon as I found it! This dish is simple to prepare and the taste is just OUT OF THIS WORLD. I used chicken thighs for this Happy Call Pan Grilled Singapore Satay and it was so tender. The gravy was also so good that kakak and I wanted to keep it for lunch the following day! This takes about 1 hour to prepare and cook but I allowed the meat to marinate for 4 hours instead of the recommended 6 hours.
Happy Call Pan Grilled Singapore Satay Recipe
This recipe yields 14 sticks of chicken satay
1 box of Prima Taste Singapore Satay Mix
4 - 5 pieces of chicken thighs
1 tbsp oil
Some peanut mix
I used 2 chicken legs leftover from my Ten Tonics Nourishment Soup and 1 chicken thigh.
Remove the skin of the chicken thighs and slice into strips.
3 sachets of sauce in the box!
Use the satay mix to marinate the chicken.
Wrap the bowl with food wrap. Allow the chicken to marinate for 4 - 6 hours in the chiller.
All marinated! (:
Skewer the chicken meat onto satay sticks. I had about 14 sticks.
Preheat the Happy Call Pan with Medium-High heat and add 1 tsp of oil. Place the chicken satay on the Happy Call Pan in rows. Close the Happy Call Pan and cook for 3 minutes.
Using either a pair of chopsticks or your bare hand (If you've got a good tolerance of heat) to turn to chicken satay over. Cook for another 3 minutes or till chicken is cooked.
Empty the contents of the gravy mix into a pot with 150ml of water.
Allow mixture to boil and add 1 tsp of oil. The recipe called for much more oil but I reduced it.. besides, who likes the oily layer of oil on satay gravy?
Add in the peanut mix. Stir well.
You should get something like this!
Scoop into a bowl and add some peanut mix (I used the one for Muah Chee) for extra taste!
Serve and enjoy! You can add ketupat, onions and cucumber for a more authentic 'Satay experience'!
Did I mention how much I love my Hello Kitty 2 tier serving dish? XD
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