Peanuts Butter Chicken
Recipe type: Main Dish, Chicken
Cuisine: Asian
Serves: 2

I got the idea when we were in Indonesia, Bali. I think we ate something like a Bar B Q stick with peanuts butter on it. I was very delicious too. Since we can do much Bar B Q here in Japan cause the houses being so close to each other and the landlord not approve us to have one, I thought I should try making it using chicken and our gas stove.
  • 2 pieces of boneless chicken (Thighs or Breast)
  • 3 tbsp. Chucky Peanuts Butter
  • 1 tbsp. Sugar
  • 1 tbsp. Shoyu Sauce
  • 1 tbsp. Japanese wine (Sake)
  • Salt and Pepper
  • Cooking Oil

  1. First thing to do is, we need to poke holes with a fork. On the skin side of the chicken, so the we can get the inside of the chicken cooked well. Than we add salt and pepper to both of the chickens, than soak it in the Japanese wine for 30 mins in a bowl.
  2. After you have done with the soaking add the rest of the remaining ingredients, and mix this with your hands for about 2 mins so that you get everything on the chicken.
  3. Next fry in a frying pan with cooking oil, set the heat to medium heat. (Depends on your stove heat don’t turn on to high, we use gas stoves in Japan so different countries heat are different). Make sure that you fry the skin side of the chicken first. The chicken should be cooked for about 5 ~ 6mins, this should be enough on both sides of the chicken.
  4. There you will have your Peanuts Butter Chicken, ready to serve with rice and your favorite salad. I hope that you try to make this on your own and try different ways.
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