Satay chicken noodles
Serves 6
Satay chicken is one of my favourite asian dishes especially as the weather cools. Everyone has a different version of peanut sauce depending on the specific region. Mine is a bit of throw together sauce which can be used in stir drys, as a marinade or even as a salad dressing. The creamy and nutty taste is the perfect midweek meal that the whole family will enjoy. My sauce has an added twist of Sriracha* and extra turmeric which you can adjust depending on your audience. High in protein and healthy fats from the peanuts, and paired with turmeric this dish packs a great anti-inflammatory punch and the perfect way to fill up in cooler weather.
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Prep Time
5 min
Cook Time
15 min
Prep Time
5 min
Cook Time
15 min
Ingredients
  1. 600g chicken breast, chopped
  2. 2 x bundles of soba noodles
  3. 1 Tbsp turmeric
  4. 1/3 C natural peanut butter
  5. 1 Tbsp sweet soy sauce
  6. 1 Tbsp Sriracha
  7. 1 tsp cumin
  8. 1 tsp ground coriander
  9. 1 tin coconut cream
  10. 1 tbsp peanut oil
  11. 1 red onion, cut into wedges
  12. 2 cloves of garlic, crushed
  13. 500g mixed stir fry veg
  14. 300g kale, stems removed
  15. 1 bunch of broccoli, chopped
  16. 1/2 bunch coriander, torn
Instructions
  1. Combine spices, sauces, peanut butter and coconut cream in a bowl. Add chopped chicken and marinate for half an hour or until vegetables chopped.
  2. Boil enough water to cover the noodles and cook according to packet instructions.
  3. Heat peanut oil over high heat, reduce to medium and sauté onion and garlic.
  4. Add vegetables except kale and heat through until cooked but still firm. Remove and set aside.
  5. Pour chicken and sauce into pan, stir occasionally for 7-10 minutes to ensure all pieces of chicken are cooked. Add kale and stir through to wilt. Add vegetables back in and heat.
  6. Add cooked noodles and stir to cover with sauce then stir through coriander.
  7. Taste before serving and add extra Sriracha if required.
Notes
  1. Sriracha is an Asian chilli sauce which can be found in your local supermarket or asian grocer.
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