In a hurry curry chicken satay

Irisa Raina 9


If you cannot find red curry paste you can use yellow curry powder but you’ll have to adjust it….
I think the powder is not as good as the red. I would probably go 5 tablespoons.
I save the pineapple syrup from the canned pineapple. And freeze it for just a recipe like this.

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15 Min


2 boneless skinless chicken breast pounded thin
3 tablespoons red curry paste “ more or less to taste” depends on how much heat you want
1 tablespoon honey
7 teaspoons pineapple syrup “ from canned pineapple”
2 teaspoons light brown sugar
1 & ½ teaspoons sesame seeds


1Mix the curry paste, pineapple syrup, honey, sugar and sesame seeds in a small bowl. Divide it in ½.
2Take ½ and spread about 1 teaspoon on the bottom of a container.
3Place one breast in the container, and put about 1 teaspoon on top of the chicken, then place the second breast on top and put about 1 more teaspoon on top of it.
4Reserve the other ½ for basting.
5Soak wooden skewers in water for at least 1 hour.
6Cut the chicken into 1 inch strips and thread them on the skewers.
7Put them on a hot grille, these should take no more that 10 – to 15 minutes.
8Keep enough space between them so they will all cook evenly.
9Almost done.....
10Oh my goodness :-)))))

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Regional Style: Asian
Other Tag: Quick & Easy