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Tuesday, 20 October 2009

Leftover Chicken Satay

There are times when one host a party and the host, being typical Asian, will order loads of food. At the end of the party, there are usually heaps of leftovers. The host will beg the guests to help clear off some of the leftovers by tarpau (packing) them back. Ever being in this situation? Hahaha I'm sure somehow or rather we're faced with this, well I'm one of them... no, I'm not the host but the victim LOL. I had a bag of chicken satay forced on me, luckily the host packed some satay sauce along too.

To clear the satay off, I removed the chicken meat from the skewers. Pour the sauce into a wok/pot and add some water, just enough to cover the meat. When it comes to a boil, chuck in the chicken meat. You can adjust the seasoning (salt and sugar) now to your taste. Turn down the heat, put on the lid and simmer till meat is soften and sauce is thicken up. Dish up and serve hot with rice.

Leftover Chicken Satay

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Tony Wan said...

haha...satay without the sticks :D

Selba said...

A good way to eat satay! :)

Tummythoz said...

Yummy with buns!

Anonymous said...

That looks like a really good idea. Anything spicy is good for me! I'm gonna try to add this to mr regular list of chicken recipes.

Little Inbox said...

Great idea! A convenient way to savor satay with rice.

Little Corner of Mine said...

Excellent idea! :)

Unknown said...

this should be unbelievably tasty over rice...yum!

minchow said...

Great way to milk them leftovers!! Although if it was me, I'd probably eat the satays off the steak before they have a chance in the pan!!

Babe_KL said...

haha yeah Tony

;-) Selba

Tummythoz, I never thot of dat, thanks for the suggestion

thanks Sara, Little Inbox & LCOM

yes they do Rita

LOL @minchow