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Grill-lympics: Chicken Satay Marinated in Red Curry Sauce

By Fine Cooking Editors, editor

August 8th, 2011

This entry comes to us from Amy of the Food Wonk blog. Amy writes:

 "I love red curry and coconut milk, and I am absolutely crazy about them together. When I decided to make chicken satay, I knew that the marinade would contain both; I also knew I would be tempted to drink the marinade (so I decided to keep a little aside and put it over rice)."

We understand that temptation. Thanks for sharing your chicken in the Grill-lympics challenge, Amy.

See her post for the complete recipe.

posted in: Blogs, grilling, chicken, Grill-lympics
Comments (3)

unclax writes: Only tried this one time, have three kids and usually entertain with families - both kids and adults in attendance. So prefer to make something that pleases everyone. All the kids (ages 9-5) and adults loved it. Served w/ rice and grilled veggies and it was great. The meat had great flavor and it is worth saving the extra sauce.
One guest took recipe home - I will definitely make this again. Posted: 9:57 pm on August 23rd

FoodWonk writes: It was a lot of fun decorating the plate with peanut sauce and Sriracha Sauce. The problem with grilling is it smells so good that you don't want to wait to take pictures. Posted: 4:36 pm on August 12th

Judy_Purcell writes: Beautiful presentation! Makes me want to dive-in, looks great. Posted: 9:11 am on August 9th

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