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Friday, December 5, 2008

Teriyaki Chicken Skews

I was inspired by this Mommy's beautifully grilled skews. Knowing that "satay" is one of out Malaysian's favourite and so do my family. I gave it a try! The skews are just simply delicious and healthier than the commercial satay. It is so beautiful and everyone was amazed. With the additional dipping sauce makes the skews more appetizing. I wish to make more for this coming Christmas, quick, simple & delicious!

2 pcs Chicken breast meat, cut into cubes
1/2 Zucchini, cut into cubes
1/2 Yellow capsicum, cut into cubes
10 Stick bamboo skews, cleaned, washed & soaked in water
Olive oil for grilling (I used Alce Nero Organic Olive Oil)
Honey for coating (I used Alce Nero Organic Acacia Honey)

3 tbsp Teriyaki Marinade Sauce (MasterFood Brand)
1 tbsp Lee & Perrin Sauce
Dash of pepper

1. Trim bamboo skews into your desired length. Soak bamboo skews in cold water for at least half a day to prevent it to be burn.
2. Chop the chicken breast meat with the back of knife coarsely to make the meat more tender.
3. Cut chicken breast meat into cubes. Marinade with seasonings in the fridge for at least 30 mins (the longer the better).
4. Cut zucchini & capsicum into cubes. Set aside.
5. Drain the chicken breast meat from the sauce and retain the sauce.
6. Skew all the ingredients according to your preference.
7. Heat up grill or non-stick pan, grill the skews in medium-low fire.
8. Brush in honey in between grilling. Turn over to the other side and grill gently.
9. Grill skews until cooked & dish up.
10. With the remaining oil, heat up the balance of marinade sauce with some water.
11. The sauce can be used for dipping. Serve & enjoy the skews!

My bits of tips:
• Grill in low fire when brushing honey & turn the skews occasionally to prevent burn.

My bits of recommended recipes:
Teriyaki Chicken
Grilled Black Pepper Chicken
Grilled Chicken with Honey

12 Comentários:

Selba said...

Yummy.... especially with zucchini :)

Bits of Life 'n' Taste said...

Hi Selba, you are indeed right. The zucchini is so sweet and nice.

Food For Tots said...

Wow! Another success story! Did ur hubby sing u the Jacky Cheung song "每天爱你多一些"? Guess your Christmas "to-cook" list is getting longer and longer now. Any invitation for me?

Bits of Life 'n' Taste said...

hahhahahaha.... unfortunately, he can't sing Chinese song. If not I am sure to make him sing it.
My pleasure to cordially inviting you to my house to celebrate Xmas with us... plz R.S.V.P. hehe....

noobcook said...

They look fantastic :D

Anggie's Journal said...

can grill in oven right ????

Anggie's Journal said...

i laugh at Food For Tots comments .. but yes la ... sure ur hub sek sai nie ... so many good food...

Bits of Life 'n' Taste said...

Hi Wiffy,

Hi Anggie,
I think you can grill in the oven which have grilling function.

Hahahhaha... hopefully he read these comments! Tks!

outdoorgriller said...

That sounds great I love grilling chicken I have a recipe for korean chicken tenders.If you want this or more recipes or if you want to take a look at the collection of tips I have for grilling you can visit

Bits of Life 'n' Taste said...

Thanks outdoorgriller, will definitely drop by!

Anggie's Journal said...

i do tired out this last weekend .... it taste weird ... :P maybe becos of the vege i guess ....

Bits of Life 'n' Taste said...

Hi Anggie... really? Could it be the marinade sauce or honey?

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