This is how you impress your guests (and make them curious) - tell them you made satay, those moist and delicious chicken skewer appetizers that look like they have been char-grilled, but in fact they are not, and not even the use of grill plates or outdoor grill.
Bombarded with the many "how", the response is simple - use (any) flat-based cooking pan, make some satay-spiced chicken chops, and transform them to tantalizing appetizers.
So instead of making a large piece of chicken chop as entree, you can now create finger-friendly appetizers which your guests will enjoy small bites of.
The steps to making chicken chops can be found here, and the rest is just a matter of presentation preference. In this case, allow the chicken chops sufficient time to rest, then slice them to bite-sizes pieces that are big enough to thread then skewer the sliced pieces of chicken chop with cucumber and serve with peanut sauce.
How about making Chicken Teriyaki skewers too?
Tag: chicken skewers, satay
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