Servings: 8 as an appetizer or 4 as a main course
Satay is a street-food favorite for a reason: the meat is tender as butter and beautifully charred, and the sauce is rich and spicy. This version substitutes cashews for the traditional peanuts, giving the sauce an ultra-creamy texture and flavor. Satay is traditionally served as a snack or appetizer, but you can make it a meal, if you like.
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