Updated: Feb 19, 2020
This particular recipe took a few attempts to nail down, but the final product is extremely popular!
Satay is notoriously a high calorie meal due to the calorie content of peanut butter, To get around this, we use peanut butter powder (available in most supermarkets), fats are by no means a macro to avoid, however in order to stick to our calorie ranges for strength feeds, it either meant making smarter cut backs in the recipe, or doing away with the rice, and the rice is a must!
This can be made on the Hob, but use your slow cooker for a meal prep win! Just remember when slow cooking chicken, it doesn't need as long as other meats in the slow cooker, 6 hours on low is plenty!
Diced chicken breast | 750g
Reduced fat coconut milk | 400g
Crushed garlic | 1 clove
Ground ginger | 1 tsp
Honey | 1 tbsp.
Lime juice | 1 tbsp.
Reduced salt soy sauce | 1 tbsp
Curry powder | 1 tbsp.
Peanut butter powder | 30g dry weight (made up as directed)
1. Place all ingredients in slow cooker and cook on low (6 hours) or high (3-4 hours)
2. If sauce is too thin, remove lid and cook on high, use 1 tbsp corn flour to thicken if required
3. Serve with pilau rice (basmati with turmeric)