Satay Sauce Chicken with Jasmine Rice

Satay Sauce Chicken with Jasmine Rice

Longer description

One popular Indonesian entrée that has migrated to various parts of the world is Satay. Essentially, this dish is composed of a type of meat, usually chicken, that is skewered and served with a sauce. Other meats served Satay style include beef, pork, fish, mutton, or tofu. The diverse racial composition of Indonesia has produced and cultivated a wide array of different variations and types of Satay; however, Satay Chicken is still the most popular. While Satay is the national dish of Indonesia, this dish is also popular in the Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, and Thailand.
Satay Chicken was first popularized in the city of Java in Indonesia in the early nineteenth century. Here, Muslim traders popularized the traditional Indian kebab; from this dish, the Indonesians cultivated a spinoff that we now know as traditional Satay. The street vendors of Indonesia further differentiated Satay from its Indian counterpart by incorporating untraditional meats into its preparation, such as beef and mutton.
In order to get its characteristic yellow color, the plant turmeric is a necessary component used in the marinating and preparation of Satay Chicken. This meat is marinated, seasoned, and then grilled. A Satay dish will feature meat that is either sliced evenly or diced more finely.
Traditionally, Satay is prepared on a skewer made from the midrib of a palm frond, but some vendors or preparers also use skewers made from bamboo.
The most common type of sauce served with Satay is a spicy peanut or other peanut based sauce or dip, while pineapple is another common sauce base to be used. While most Satay dishes are only composed of meat, some are also served with vegetables such as cucumbers or onions, or with ketupat, a traditionally made rice cake.
Experience the simple and delicious flavor of Satay Chicken today!

Ingredients

  • Carrot
  • Chicken
  • Coconut milk
  • Lemongrass
  • Shallot
  • Thai chili
  • Turmeric
  • Nutrients

    Cooked jasmine rice 50% (water, of which jasmine rice 46%, sunflower oil), cooked chicken meat 21%, water, coconut milk 10%, potato, carrot, palm sugar, shallot, sugar, sunflower seed, red chilli, salt, tamarind, corn starch, anchovy extract (fish), garlic, lemongrass, dextrose, galangal, yeast extract, tumeric, kaffir lime peel, coriander seed, coriander root, acidity regulator (E260).

    Nutritional values per 100g.
    Energy 553 kJ / 131 kcal
    Fat 2,9g
    – of which saturates 2,3g
    Carbohydrates 19,0g
    – of which sugars 0,0g
    Protein 6,3g
    Salt 0,4g

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    Kitchen Joy’s meals have been produced by thai company CP Foods, which is one of Asia’s biggest producers of food products. More information about the production location can be found below:

    CPF Thailand Public Company Limited

    30/3 Moo 3, Suwinthawong Rd., Lampackchee,

    Nongjok, Bangkok 10530, Thailand.

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