Vegan Chick’N Satay Recipe
By Lena's Vegan Living
🔪Prep Time: 30 mins
👩🍳Cook Time: 10 mins
Soy curls 110gr 1/2 bag only the large pieces
Bamboo skewers 8 soaked for 2 hours in cold water
2 tbsp low sodium Tamari
1 tbsp Maple syrup or Xylitol for Keto
¼ Nori sheet cut into small pieces
¼ cup canned coconut milk
1 tsbp Thai seasoning or curry
Black pepper to taste
1 tbsp fresh ginger shredded
3 cloves of garlic sliced
1 tbsp grape seed oil or oil of your choice
1 tbsp water
FOR THE PEANUT DIP
3 tbsp peanut butter
1 tbsp low sodium Tamari
garlic powder to taste
1 tsp fresh ginger shredded
2 tbsp Maple syrup for Keto Xylitol
Juice from 1 lime
1 tsp Thai chili sauce optional
Blend all thoroughly.
1Select only large pieces from the bag of Soy Curls.
2Soak for 5 to 7 minutes in water and rinse.
3In a container, submerge them in the marinade so they are completely covered and store into a refrigerator for minimum 2 hours.
4Apply about 4 curls on 1 skewer by bending it in half, by starting with the largest and smaller at the end. Press them tight together.
5Heat up your grill or oil on frying pan and grill on each side on medium heat until. Turn one or twice until golden brown and crispy.
6Serve with salad and rice if you like.
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