Whether you like classic South-East Asian skewers, Chinese takeaway-style satay sauce or are on the hunt for something a little different, you’ve come to the right place.
Let’s start with traditional satay, as it’s known in Malaysia and Thailand: chargrilled meat skewers, often served with a dipping sauce. This pork fillet version is lean and tender, marinated in a flavoursome peanut sauce and served with a refreshing cucumber salad.
If you prefer chicken to pork, try these tasty skewers with a fresh coriander carrot salad and creamy peanut sauce.
Fancy incorporating that classic peanut sauce into a stir-fry? Check out this flavoursome pork recipe, ideal for a speedy midweek meal.
For a homemade fakeaway favourite, try this Chinese takeaway-style king prawn satay stir-fry.
Don’t eat meat? No problem — this veggie satay stir-fry is every bit as full of flavour.
When you’re in the mood for building a beautiful bowl of food, why not treat yourself (and your Instagram feed!) to these gorgeous vegan tofu satay bowls?
When it’s one of those nights when you have “nothing in the house,” this satay fried rice is a fantastic storecupboard supper.
Next time you’re on the hunt for a tasty canapé option, try these prawn satay cups — they make great party nibbles.
For a casual meal that’s still super impressive, pull together these stunning chicken satay bánh-mì sandwiches — a mash-up of South-East Asian flavours that’s sure to wow your guests, and looks pretty, too.
Whichever iteration of satay you choose, be sure to tag us on social media — we love to see what you’re cooking.