Chicken Satay Salad ~ crunchy veggies and leftover Singapore Chicken Satay tossed in a simple peanut dressing…
How was your Holy Week? I hope you were able to maximize it with prayers, rest, and active participation in the passion of Jesus Christ. My holy week was busy. Twinkle had fever since Palm Sunday and the days after that.When her fever subsided and and was finally gone, rashes in her whole body followed. The Holy Week was spent sleepless, tired, and taking care of Twinkle. I am so happy that today, the rashes are finally gone and no more fever! Yayy! It is indeed a Happy Easter for us.
We went to church early this morning and had lunch at Master Garden (check out what we had for lunch there,add me on Snapchat: thepeachkitchen). Twinkle was asleep the whole time we were having lunch!
Anyway, I’m so glad I’m back to regular programming — blogging, cooking, doing household chores, and mommy stuff.
Let me tell you what I did with the leftover Singapore Chicken Satay last week. Since it was only us (peanutbutter♥ and me) who ate it over lunch, there were some leftovers. I gave sis a couple of sticks but the rest was kept in the fridge.
The next day, those tasty chicken satay sticks had a makeover for brunch — they were turned into these delicious and healthy Chicken Satay Salad and the peanut sauce into a tangy peanut dressing.
To make these, I put together the fresh veggies I have in the fridge — crisp romaine lettuce, crunchy carrots and cucumber, then topped it with the chicken satay. It was drizzled with the peanut dressing and given a squeeze of lime juice. This is just one of the best salads you’ll ever make!
I suggest you make some Singapore Chicken Satay, make sure there’s leftovers, then turn the leftovers into this salad! Yummers!Print
Chicken Satay Salad
- 2 sticks (Leftover) Chicken Satay (check out the Easy Singapore Chicken Satay here)
- 6 cups romaine lettuce (chopped)
- 1 carrot, juliened
- 1 cucumber, sliced
- lime wedges
- 1/4 cup Singapore Satay Peanut Sauce (from the leftover Singaporean Chicken Satay)
- 2 tbsp mirin
- 2 tbsp cane vinegar
- Make the Dressing: Combine all the ingredients in a bowl and mix well. Set aside.
- Salad: Combine romaine lettuce,carrots, cucumber, and chicken satay in a bowl.
- Drizzle with dressing and give it a squeeze of lime.
- Toss and Enjoy!
Ang saya talaga pag may leftovers hehe, instant salad. Dapat lang maraming fresh veggies.
I’ve tried chicken satay before and the taste is just okay for me. You are good in the kitchen because leftover is not a problem. You can find ways to create a new dish just like this salad.
Favorite ko tong satay nung nasa Singapore kami, but I’ve never seen and tried any Chicken Satay Salad. I love how you turn it from simple to a healthy dish. Your photo looks really amazing and mouth-watering! :))
Oh my I got hungry while reading this! One of the best tasting chicken satays I’ve had is surprisingly from our hotel in Hong Kong. Definitely trying out this recipe. Thanks for sharing!
P.S. your photos are so crisp! I need to use my camera more often. Haha 🙂
OMG I love chicken satay. Pero with rice. Haha! Hindi pwedeng walang rice. Definitely gonna try your satay recipe at home. Been looking for an easy to follow one. 🙂
Oh wow this really looks appetizing! I love peanut sauce on chicken and fresh lumpia.
The first photo was already so inviting! Hahaha! Will try this after our vacay as the husband had been requesting for some healthy stuff on the table.
Nice idea if you want to limit your rice intake and add more protein in your diet.
To be honest, hindi ako mahilig sa salad pero I tried eating lettuce yesterday and masarap pala.I guess it’s really time for me to become healthier this year and para rin ma-encourage ko ang kids ko to eat healthy. Taking note of this kapag maisipan ko gumawa ng salad 🙂
I’ve never tried making satay before. This is such a great idea for leftovers.
Wow! That looks gorgeous and scrumptious. I got curious with the peanut sauce. Sounds good! Will try this at home!
I’m starting to appreciate cucumber more nowadays. I’ve been seeing it in many salivating recipes like yours. This looks great to prep for the family.
I will definitely try this. I doubt if I cN but will surely try. I want to serve something new to my family and this is something I guess they would love to try as well.
I want to try this at home! It looks yummy. Thanks for the recipe.
I just ate Chicken Satay few days ago and now I want some more :)) Haven’t tried doing this dish yet and I’m tempted to do it :))
Peanut sauce is still the best for chicken barbecue. Thanks for sharing this. It reminded me of my favorite restaurant serving chicken inasal with peanut sauce.
Waaah kakagutom naman! Pwede ko ba lutuin to sa Smart Oven?
Yum! I am interested with the Singapore Chicken Satay leftovers in salad 🙂 .
Interesting recipe! Who would have thought that you can make salad from satay leftovers? Sending this to my hubby so he can cook for me (yes, because he cooks waaaay better than me)!
Looks delish! I wanna go try and recreate that sauce. I love peanut butter!
What a delicious makeover! The Chicken Satay is already good, but this salad is so much better! Yum!
Peach, where do you buy your mirin?
Robinsons and Landmark groceries sells Mirin.
If you are good cook talaga, you can make something good pa din in left over foods 🙂
aaaw, thanks mommy Anna!
This is an chicken twist to make at home. My child would love this.
I bet she would!
I haven’t had any memorable experience with the satays here in Manila. Hopefully I will get to try the ones in Indonesia soon. The ones I tasted in KL was so good! Alas, I’m too lazy to cook these days 🙁
Let’s go to another and great recipe
Pictures pa lang – it looks very enticing na! Thanks for the recipe, I’ll have my sister do this, hehe!
Vwry yummy and nutritious ??? thank you for this recipes mommy peach❤️
Masarap n healthy pa. Sana makatry din gumawa nito. Itsura pa lang masarap na talaga.