Save Me From Takeout! Chicken Satay
110 calories; as displayed: 165
Main Dish entry from AshleyRose B.
1 Cup Nonfat Milk (you'll only use 1 TBS)
1/4 teaspoon Stevia
1/8 teaspoon red curry paste
1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar
Pinch of salt
1 teaspoon cold water
100 g chicken breast, cut in to small, thin chunks (I usually end up with 4 long thin pieces)
2 bamboo skewers, soaked in water for 20 minutes
Creole seasoning as needed
1. Sweeten the milk
Mix 1/4 teaspoon stevia with 1 cup of milk. Mix well.
2. Assemble the marinade
Take 1 TBS of the milk and add it to a ziploc bag. Save the rest of the sweetened milk for later.
Add the curry paste, vinegar, salt, and water to the bag.
Moosh the marinade together - the curry paste should be well mixed.
3. Marinate the chicken
Add the chicken in to the ziploc bag and moosh the marinade so that all pieces are covered. Let marinate for
about an hour.
Make sure you've soaked the skewers for 20 minutes so they don't burn.
Thread the chicken on to the skewers (2 pieces per skewer works great for me)
Grill chicken on the george forman grill until done. You can also toss these on the BBQ if you'd like. It takes me about 3-5 minutes tops to get these grilled.
6. Finish and serve
Sprinkle with a dash of creole seasoning if you please.
SERVING SUGGESTION: Serve with pan-stir fried cabbage that has been seasoned with a dash of salt and a dash of
on protocol hot sauce and a grissini breadstick. Alternately, make the chicken curry soup recipe without the
chicken. Save your fruit for later.
Notes: My fiance loves anything "ethnic" and one of our favorite meals is chicken satay. While on protocol, I am so happy I can modify my usual recipe to give me similar flavors without needing to go grab off-plan take out. The chicken on the skewers makes me feel like I am eating quite a bit - must be a mind thing. If you don't have curry paste, use a little curry powder and a little cayane pepper.