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Easy Chicken Satay

>This recipe for an Easy Chicken Satay, is a GREAT simple appetizer, that can prepped well ahead of time, then cooked on the grill, or the oven.

It goes equally well either as Bar Food, or as tailgating snack. Of course you'll want to serve it along with a great dipping sauce, and I've got a couple of them listed below.

Serve with Maple / Mustard Dipping Sauce, or, Pineapple Mustard.

Serves 4 - 6 as a Main Course, or make a pile of them and bring them along the next time you tailgate.

1. Soak the skewers in water for at least 1 hour before you use them. This will help keep them from burning after they're on the grill.
Cutting Chicken, for Chicken Satay, Picture

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2. Begin by cutting the chicken into 3 thin pieces, then cut these pieces in half. Skewer, then dust with blacken.

3. Make up the Satay Sauce by mixing the BBQ Sauce, Soy Sauce, and Ginger together.
Grilling, Chicken Satay, Picture

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4. Have a hot fire going, and cook trying to leave the skewers off the heat. Cook 10 / 15 minutes, flipping and basting often.

5. Serve warm.

6. An alternate way to cook these is in the oven.

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.

7. Line a sheet pan with parchment paper, and set the skewered chicken on top. Baste with the Satay Sauce and set in the oven for about 10 minutes. Flip them over, baste, and cook until done.

8. For both methods, you can baste with a little additional sauce just before serving.
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