Chicken satay noodles
There's this shop few streets away that sells grilled chicken satay and around the corner , a hole in the wall , where you can buy fish balls dipped in satay sauce . Seeing people scarfing these tasty treats , the wonderful aroma that you can't help but to inhale as you pass by , no wonder I've been craving for something spicy and peanuty these past few days .
I love noodles as much as rice , okay , more rice than noodles , and you can eat only so much gon chow ngau ho , so I'm always on the lookout for any stir fried noodle recipe . Actually , I've seen this recipe last year while I was browsing some food magazines at the library and only until now that I got to try it .
As with most stir fried noodles , making this is fuss-free . Just pan-fry everything , add in the cooked noodles and you're done ! The satay sauce though seems a bit thick so I added water before adding in the veggies . If you want it saucier , add more water , say , another a cup of hot water and no need to add any seasoning since the sauce is flavorful enough . Want a meatless version ? Try tofu , pan-fried it first , instead of chicken , or use veggies like cauliflower for a healthier alternative .
Recipe adapted from Good Housekeeping Magazine , British edition , October 2013 ( My modification in green )
500 grams chicken thigh fillet , cut into bite-sized pieces 230 grams chicken thigh , with skin on
1 1/2 teaspoons ground coriander
3 tablespoons medium curry paste 2 tablespoons massaman curry paste
3 tablespoons crunchy peanut butter
2 tablespoons light brown soft sugar 1 tablespoon raw sugar
165 ml full-fat coconut milk
150 grams sugar snap peas 100 grams green beans
200 grams baby sweetcorn , chopped 1 red bell pepper
juice of one lemon juice of 2 limes
100 ml hot water
300 grams fresh straight to wok egg noodles 175 grams fresh egg noodles , boil for 1 minute
large handfuls of fresh coriander , roughly chopped
* Heat oil in a large pan and fry the chicken , over medium heat , until golden and cooked through , about 8 minutes ( 5 minutes ) . Add ground coriander and curry paste and fry for 1 minute .
* Stir in the peanut butter , sugar , coconut milk and water until combined , then add vegetables and simmer for 3-4 minutes until veggies are just tender .
* Stir in the lemon juice , then add in the noodles and most of the coriander . Heat until piping hot . Take pan off heat , divide into bowls , sprinkle over the remaining cilantro and serve immediately .
Anne, we also love rice or noodles meal! I particularly love your satay noodles: one complete balanced meal for the family...a quick one to prepare, very suitable for a chef who is at the same time a busy gardener now that spring time started! Thanks for sharing this inspiration:)ReplyDelete
Hi Anne, this satay noodles sure looks very delicious, isnt it? And anything that is curry sure to be appetizing for me.ReplyDelete
delicious, i love to try your recipeReplyDelete
so colorful!love it!ReplyDelete
Can I have a plate of your noodles before I heading for dinner outside, sound so yummy!ReplyDelete
This looks so good, Anne! Can i hop over for dinner? ;pReplyDelete
What a mouthwatering satay noodle!ReplyDelete
wow Anne, this is making my mouth water...ReplyDelete
This looks so good! I have to admit that I am not a fan of noodles, but I really want to try this!!! Thank you so much for sharing.ReplyDelete
OMG Anne se ve absolutamente delicioso se ve lindo con cilanttro,abrazos.ReplyDelete
Good morning Anne, I'd love to have a plate of this satay noodle if you still have some leftover :DReplyDelete
Wow, finger licking good,ReplyDelete
Lovin chicken satay all the way, pasta or noddle will be good pairing too,
ps: we used to eat satay with rice cake or nasi goreng or fried rice here in Indonesia...
Wow! Anne. This is a mouth watering dish! It's so well done!ReplyDelete
Hmmm..yumm...yumm... you had me drooling over the bowl of noodle. Seriously, am salivating! Anyway, I'm here to invite you to join my latest event called the 'International Yeasted Recipe'. You may share any of your recipes made with yeast and submit them to my event linky tool. Hope to see your creation there soon.ReplyDelete
Enjoy your week ahead dear.
Kristy , I would gladly join :DDelete
Anne el valor de 1 kilo de frambuesas aquì en Chile es de casi 4 dolares barato comparado con Estados Unidos,me gustarìa mandarte varios kilos jejej,abrazos.ReplyDelete
Rosita , that CHEAP ?! $ 4/ kg ?! Sigh :DDelete
Hi Anne, this is super delicious. Love your chicken satay noodle, I might need a large bowl, please! LOLReplyDelete
Hi Anne , I'm drooling just by looking at this post; How I wish to have a plate of this now; Better still, how I wish you're my neighbour . Can 'order' from you! LOLReplyDelete
Your satay looks wonderful -- this may be silly, but I'm impressed at it's golden color, it looks so authentic! I just posted some peanut noodles the other day -- I can never get enough peanut sauce eitherReplyDelete