A sweet-and-tangy no peanut sauce goes perfectly with beautifully grilled chicken satay skewers.

Undoubtedly, one of my all-time popular Indian restaurant foods is chicken satay. I think I could consume 20 sticks by myself. I’m the happiest person you’ve ever seen if you just gave me a vat of no-peanut peanut sauce, all the satay, and perhaps a few of rotis. These golden little sticks of heaven are made of succulent chicken and have a powerful explosion of well-balanced tastes.
What is satay chicken?
I’m here to inform you that chicken satay is arguably the best chicken skewer you will ever eat if you haven’t already. Meat on a stick that is smoky, juicy, flavorful, and seasoned (but not spicy). A skewer of grilled, marinated beef served with sauce is called a satay in Southeast Asia. They are well-liked in Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei, the Philippines, and Singapore.
The most popular satay is chicken, but other options include beef, hog, lamb, shellfish, and tofu. The protein is grilled over a wood or charcoal fire for a smoky flavour after being marinated in a variety of seasonings. The most well-liked condiment for the skewers is peanut sauce.
Satay is a traditional street meal, and you’ll frequently find satay merchants or hawkers frying and selling satay skewers over smokey charcoal. For events like meetings and parties, people also prepare them at home.