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Satay Ayam
Type of dish: Poultry
Number of persons: 4 persons

Saté Ayam from The Bastard, one of Lucas Hamming's favorite recipes! This dish combines the delectable taste of juicy chicken cubes with a touch of exotic flair. While Dutch lovers of chunky pieces of chicken are tempted by Weiko Saté Sauce, here we discover the authentic Indonesian twist with finer, perfectly marinated pieces.

With the savory aroma of the marinade soaking in overnight, prepare for an unparalleled taste sensation. With the first ray of sunshine of the day, light your trusty Bastard BBQ with the One Minute Lighter, ready to embark on this culinary adventure. As the heat rises, baste the tasty chicken thighs on sticks - an irresistible treat perfect for breakfast, lunch or even as a late-night snack.

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So, prepare to conquer your taste buds with the recipe for this Saté Ayam from . The Bastard. A recipe infused with passion, fire and the art of grilling. Indulge in the enchanting aromas and enjoy the delicious results with each juicy, sensitively grilled bite. Welcome to the world of unforgettable flavors - ready to go on an adventure?

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Cooking time: 10 min |

Preparation time: 20 min |

Temperature: 180°C

What do you need?

1 kilo of chicken thigh

3 tbsp. soy sauce manis + extra

1 tsp cumin

1 tsp smoked paprika powder

1 tsp garam massala

1 tsp white pepper

1 tsp garlic powder


Sate ayam recipe from the BBQ

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Preparation method

Take 1 kg (or more) of chicken thighs and cut them into 1 cm cubes. The Dutch prefer large, firm pieces of chicken (with that awful Weiko Saté Sauce), but in Indonesia you usually find smaller pieces. Anyway, put the chicken in a bowl and add spices and marinade according to your own feeling (very important!). Let it marinate overnight.

Early in the morning: light The Bastard on and while it heats up, thread the satay on sticks. Make lots of them, 6/9 cubes per stick.

Yes, we're going to eat this for breakfast. Or lunch. Or as a late-night snack! You can enjoy it anytime.

Place the chicken skewers on the grill and let them cook. Again, do this with feeling. You do know how to grill chicken, don't you?

Pour some more soy sauce on a plate, and pass the cooked satay through the soy sauce. Enjoy!

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