Be a kid or a teenage or an adult or an oldie, chicken lovers trend all over the world at all times! One meat that is a favourite of all beyond belief! When cooked, it can be presented in many guises. Sauté it, fry it, toss it, bake it, steam it – eat it the way you want to. Whatever its form may be upon being cooked, its flavour may change but its flesh remains high in protein, low in fat and can be digested easily.
Ingredients for Grilled Lemongrass Chicken Satay Recipe
Chicken legs boneless, cut into ½ inch cubes 400 grams
Lemon grass stalk 2 inches
Onions roughly chopped 3 medium
Green chilli sliced 1
Garlic cloves 3
Oil 1 tablespoon
Soy sauce 1 tablespoon
Oyster sauce 1 tablespoon
Fish sauce 2 teaspoons
Honey 1 tablespoon
Sugar 1 teaspoon
Salt to taste
Sesame oil (til oil) 1 teaspoon
Crushed black peppercorns 1/4 teaspoon
Grind together lemongrass, onions, green chilli, garlic cloves and oil to a smooth paste. Add soy sauce, oyster sauce, fish sauce, honey, sugar, salt, sesame oil and crushed peppercorns and grind. Transfer into a bowl.
Add chicken cubes and mix well and keep it in the refrigerator to marinate for an hour.
Thread the marinated chicken cubes onto skewers.
Heat sesame oil in a non-stick grill pan, place the chicken skewers and cook, turning the skewers a couple of times, for ten to twelve minutes or till done.
Arrange the skewers on a serving plate and serve hot.
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