This summer we’re grilling out. A lot. Like every day. I get bored with the same old recipes pretty quickly, so after we grilled through our normal burgers, brats, steaks, chicken breasts, tilapia, and tuna steaks I wanted something new.
Enter flavorful satay marinade. I’m not sure what my obsession has been lately with Asian food on the grill, but it’s working out just fine for us. The original recipe for this was posted on Epicurious. These could be served as an appetizer or served with rice for a main dish. Yum!
Bottled sake for cooking can be found at your grocery store. You could use rice wine as a substitute.
Cut chicken breasts into long strips about 1 inch wide. Combine green onions, garlic, brown sugar, pepper, oil, fish sauce, and sake. Marinate chicken for at least 4 hours.
Place chicken on skewers, scrunching the pieces up a bit to create a ripple looking effect on the skewer. Grill over medium low to medium heat until done.
Original recipe found on Epicurious.