It’s been a month since we chatted, right? So, tell me… how are you? How was your holiday season? Did you have a great time with your loved ones? I know.. too many questions, I better stop!
Well, we were in India for almost three weeks, reached Bahrain last week. Though I wanted to come and say hello to you, I was feeling so lazy ;) Anyways, now I’m bored of being lazy, the first thing I’m doing is catching up with you. ohh..I forgot to ask you… how’s the New Year treating you? That reminds me… did I wish you a Happy New Year? hhmm I remember wanting to wish you, but I think it didnt happen, so…
Wish you and your loved ones a beautiful and a blessed year ahead!
Ok, now I’ll tell you about the recipe. Chicken Satay is something that I try whenever we visit a Thai restaurant. It was there on my ‘to try’ list recipes, but most of the recipes I came across use ingredients which aren’t very familiar to me, so it remained in the list for long. During my India trip in October, I bought Nita Mehta’s ‘Thai cooking for the Indian kitchen’. The first thing I searched for in the book was satay recipe and landed on this one. It’s a straight forward recipe using ingredients which are familair to me, so tried it, liked it and sharing it with you. I liked the flavour very much. You can either have it as a main dish along with some salad on the side or you can have it as an appetiser/starter.