A great mix of heat and sweet! Chicken skewers marinated and grilled to tender, juicy perfection. Enjoy with a peanut sauce, honey, or even plain!

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Ingredients

4
Original recipe yields 4 servings
The ingredient list now reflects the servings specified

Directions

  • In a medium bowl, stir together the sweetened condensed milk, teriyaki sauce, vinegar and curry paste. Coat chicken with the sauce, and marinate in the refrigerator for at least 1 1/2 hours.

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  • Preheat a grill or broiler for high heat. Remove chicken from the marinade and thread onto skewers. Discard remaining marinade.

  • Grill or broil chicken for 3 minutes per side, or until cooked through.

Nutrition Facts

326 calories; 7.4 g total fat; 110 mg cholesterol; 723 mg sodium. 23.4 g carbohydrates; 39.2 g protein; Full Nutrition

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Rating: 5 stars
04/20/2009
For another different recipe I had already started marinating or soaking chicken in Salt &Pepper diced onion crushed garlic cilantro green onions and cayenne when I stumbled across this recipe. I changed my plans and used this instead. It was awesome. This needs ginger -- if you have fresh better but spice rack will do the trick. Add a little red pepper too. Quite honestly the richness in flavor was just under the mark but I think with a little more marinating/soaking this would be a six star. I found a peanut sauce recipe on the site (with fish sauce chili oil and vinegar) and it was great. Everyone knew that we were having Satay when they walked in the house. Served with basmati rice with a couple of peas/cilantro/ and green onion thrown in. Muy bueno. If I knew how to say "really good" in Thai then you get the picture. As an update strips of pork tenderloin work really well too and they're low fat! Read More
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Most helpful critical review

Rating: 2 stars
04/02/2008
Eh. I guess Allrecipes.com is not the place for ethnic recipes. Read More
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34 Ratings
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  • 4 star values: 6
  • 3 star values: 1
  • 2 star values: 3
  • 1 star values: 0
Rating: 5 stars
04/20/2009
For another different recipe I had already started marinating or soaking chicken in Salt &Pepper diced onion crushed garlic cilantro green onions and cayenne when I stumbled across this recipe. I changed my plans and used this instead. It was awesome. This needs ginger -- if you have fresh better but spice rack will do the trick. Add a little red pepper too. Quite honestly the richness in flavor was just under the mark but I think with a little more marinating/soaking this would be a six star. I found a peanut sauce recipe on the site (with fish sauce chili oil and vinegar) and it was great. Everyone knew that we were having Satay when they walked in the house. Served with basmati rice with a couple of peas/cilantro/ and green onion thrown in. Muy bueno. If I knew how to say "really good" in Thai then you get the picture. As an update strips of pork tenderloin work really well too and they're low fat! Read More
(43)
Rating: 5 stars
04/20/2009
For another different recipe I had already started marinating or soaking chicken in Salt &Pepper diced onion crushed garlic cilantro green onions and cayenne when I stumbled across this recipe. I changed my plans and used this instead. It was awesome. This needs ginger -- if you have fresh better but spice rack will do the trick. Add a little red pepper too. Quite honestly the richness in flavor was just under the mark but I think with a little more marinating/soaking this would be a six star. I found a peanut sauce recipe on the site (with fish sauce chili oil and vinegar) and it was great. Everyone knew that we were having Satay when they walked in the house. Served with basmati rice with a couple of peas/cilantro/ and green onion thrown in. Muy bueno. If I knew how to say "really good" in Thai then you get the picture. As an update strips of pork tenderloin work really well too and they're low fat! Read More
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Rating: 5 stars
07/22/2006
Being a vegetarian I've never tried chicken satay before but using meatless "chicken" strips this recipe was a winner! We were afraid that they might come out too spicy but they weren't too hot at all. In fact if you like spicy food I would definitely add more curry paste or red pepper flakes because these only have a little zing. Just right for us wimps out there! Read More
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Rating: 2 stars
04/02/2008
Eh. I guess Allrecipes.com is not the place for ethnic recipes. Read More
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Rating: 5 stars
08/09/2010
You can customize this satay to meet your needs of spicy and sweet- I make double the recipe and add peanut butter as well as Louisiana Supreme Chicken wing sauce for fire-hot tang. Reserve one half for marinating the meat ( I tenderize with a mallet to make sure the meat really soaks it up) and use the other half for dipping sauce. Grill til crispy.Serve with limes and cilantro on the side and you will have nothing but satisfied smiles. Read More
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Rating: 5 stars
03/01/2007
I was looking for something to do with my leftover condensed milk. I was skeptical but this came out perfect. I used vietnamese curry powder because it was all I had. Also I didn't have skewers so I just used a grill pan. Nevertheless it was tasty. Read More
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Rating: 2 stars
01/14/2010
the one thing missing is coconut milk... Read More
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Rating: 5 stars
07/25/2006
I wasn't going o try these because I don't like curry but I thought I would give them a try because my husband likes it. I'm so glad that I did. They were so yummy!!! I did use normal curry instead of red becuase that's what I had on hand but they still turned out great. This is one meal we make agian and again!!! Read More
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Rating: 5 stars
02/07/2007
I wasn't sure my husband would like it because he doesn't like to try anything new. But I can only eat plain roasted chicken so many times! This recipe is really good. I used thighs. Read More
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Rating: 5 stars
12/10/2009
awesome flavors Read More
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