Organic Grilled Peanut Satay Skewers

 

Summer is almost upon us are at least it is struggling to make an appearance up here in Maine.  We have had too many rainy days but my mind is already thinking about delicious meals that can get on the table quickly. Grilling is such a fantastic way to get dinner on the table fast with little clean up which I love.  Skewers are also a beautiful way to get kids involved and excited about cooking.  My daughter and son love helping put all the colorful veggies on the sticks.  It is a great way for kids to contribute and be a part of bringing meals to fruition, not to mention the sensory experience of touching, feeling and smelling food.

This recipe is super easy to do and incredibly versatile as you can alter the veggies to what is in season or your favorite ones!  It also can be adapted to be vegetarian/vegan by marinating organic non gmo tofu in the place of the chicken which is also so delicious.

Chicken Peanut Satay

1 lb of boneless skinless organic chicken breast  or organic non gmo tofu chopped into skewer pieces

1/2 cup organic peanut butter

2 tbs fish sauce

1/4 cup gluten free low sodium tamari

1/4 filtered water

2 tbs local raw honey

pinch of sea salt

freshly ground black pepper

Take a medium size bowl or a high speed blender and add peanut butter, fish sauce, tamari, water, raw honey, sea salt and black pepper.  If using a blender, place speed on high and blend till fully combined.  If using a bowl, place all the above ingredients in the bowl, then use a fork to whisk till all the ingredients are combined.  Chop the chicken into skewer size pieces then place in a large airtight container with a top.  Using a spatula, pour the peanut satay over the chicken and let marinate for at least 2 hours in the refrigerator.

 

For Veggies

1 large organic red onion peeled and cut into skewer pieces

1 large organic vidalia onion peeled and cut into skewer pieces

1 organic zucchini washed and cut into skewer pieces

1 organic red pepper washed, cored and cut into skewer pieces

1 organic green onion washed, cored and cut into skewer pieces

2 organic portabella mushrooms washed and cut into skewer pieces

 

Wash and cut all of the above veggies into skewer size pieces then briefly set aside.

 

For Extra Peanut Sauce For Drizzling

1/2 cup organic peanut butter

1/2 cup filtered water

2 tbs fish sauce

1 tbs local raw honey

 

1 organic lime washed and cut into wedges for serving

 

Once again take a medium bowl or high speed blender and add peanut butter, filtered water, fish sauce and honey.  If using a bowl, whisk with a fork till all the ingredients are well combined then set aside.  If using a blender,  place all of the ingredients in to the blender and place the speed on high till all the ingredients are fully combined.  Use a spatula to spoon out of the blender and set aside.

Preheat your grill to high.  Now it is time to assemble.  Remove your chicken from the refrigerator and begin to assemble your skewers by alternating varying veggies with the chicken ( discard the peanut sauce that the chicken was marinated in.)  Once all your skewers are assembled, place on the grill and cook approx. 10 minutes on each side till chicken is fully cooked and veggies are roasted.  Depending on your grill, you may need to adjust the temperature to medium/high heat.  Once all of your skewers are cooked it is time to eat.  This can be served on it’s own with a big salad and/or rice.  Drizzle each skewer with additional peanut sauce and a squeeze of fresh lime juice.  The extra peanut sauce can be saved in an airtight container and stored in the fridge for 3-5 days and used as a fabulous quick dressing for salads.

Enjoy!  -Chef Emery oxoxox

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