Satu’li canteen sauces recipe is a dish at the Animal Kingdom’s Satu’li Canteen served with a bowl of rice. The sauce is made of seasoned chicken, diced tomatoes, onions, and bell pepper in a cilantro-garlic sauce.
The dish is a little spicy and sweet, with subtly oniony and cilantro-garlic-herby flavors. Unfortunately, it’s also rather bland. Therefore, the Satu’li canteen sauces recipe is not an ideal vegetarian dish.
It is served on a wooden chopstick holder that looks like the leaves of Pandanus tectorius. The dish comes with baked chow mien noodles as well.
The Satu’li canteen sauces recipe is a really weird dish. First, it’s a lot like an Indonesian Gado Gado dish, but with rice instead of egg noodles. It reminded me of sweet and sour chicken without the sweet.
How To Prepare Satu’li Canteen Sauces Recipe?
Preparation Time: 5 min.
Cooking time: 10 min.
Total Time: 15 min.
- Cutting board
- Cooking pot
- Sharp knife
- 4 tablespoons vegetable oil
- 3 cloves garlic, smashed
- 1 pound boneless, skinless chicken breast cutlets
- 1 tablespoon brown sugar
- 3 teaspoons soy sauce
- 4 green onions
- 1 clove of garlic, minced
- 2 fresh Thai chilis, cut into thin slivers
- 1 teaspoon coriander seeds
Step 1. Toss the chicken with soy sauce, sugar, brown sugar, and garlic in a large bowl. Let it marinate for 10 minutes or longer.
Step 2. Heat 1 tablespoon oil in a wok over high heat; stir-fried the chicken until about 3-4 minutes, no longer pink. Transfer onto a plate as soon as it is cooked.
Step 3. Add another 1 tablespoon oil into the wok; stir-fry the green onions, garlic, chilies, and coriander seeds until fragrant
Step 4. Stir the sauce ingredients, chicken, and green onion mixture into the sauce. Heat over medium-high heat, then cover and simmer for 10 minutes. Serve immediately with garlic rice and chow mien noodles
Nutrition Facts Of Satu’li Canteen Sauces Recipe
- Calories: 340
- Total fat: 13 g
- Saturated fat: 2 g
- Cholesterol: 35 mg
- Sodium: 1604 mg
- Total Carbohydrate: 24 g
- Protein: 19 g
- Dietary fiber: 2 g
8 Serving Ideas For Satu’li Canteen Sauces Recipe
1. Serving With Garlic Rice, Fried Noodles, And Vegetables
This dish goes perfectly with garlic rice (recipe), fried noodles (recipe), and sauteed vegetables. It is a little bit spicy, but not too much so. The other ingredients in the dish compensate.
2. Serving With Rice
This dish also goes well with plain white rice. It will also taste great if you add a little soy sauce and vinegar to the white rice. This is how I usually serve my Satu’li canteen sauces recipe without garlic rice, fried noodles, or vegetables.
3. Serving With Spaghetti Squash
Spaghetti squash is a cross between a zucchini and a hubbard squash. This dish goes particularly well with spaghetti squash. The dish tastes great if you add a bit of nutmeg and cinnamon powder to the spaghetti squash.
4. Serving With Noodles
This dish goes well with white wheat or sweet rice noodles. You can use spaghetti squash, too, if you wish to serve it without noodles.
5. Serving As A Side Dish
This dish is not as good as the main course by itself, but it is good when served as a side dish with other dishes like stir fry chicken, fried rice, and so on.
6. Serving With Soups
You can also serve this dish with soup. The fried chicken looks yummy in a bowl of tomato soup. As you dip the chicken and scoop it out of the soup, you will get a bite of spicy, herby chicken and cool, creamy tomato soup.
7. Serving As A Side Dish
This dish is not too strong flavored to be the main course, but it can make a nice side dish for garlic rice and other dishes like stir-fried veggies, sauteed mushrooms, Chinese cabbage, and so on.
Is There Any Effect On The Allergy Issue?
The soy sauce and garlic used in this dish are naturally gluten-free ingredients. The other ingredients used in this dish include chicken breast, green peppers, onion, coriander seeds, chilies, brown sugar, and garlic cloves.
Is This Recipe Suitable For Kids?
The Satu’li canteen sauces recipe is not a dish recommended for kids or children under the age of 10 years old. It can be a little bit spicy for those kids.
The Satu’li canteen sauces recipe is not recommended for babies, either. The chicken in this dish does contain gluten, and the fried chicken morsels may make your baby sick if they get them into their mouth.
Is The Satu’li Canteen Sauces Recipe Perfect For Weight Loss?
The Satu’li canteen sauces recipe is really healthy, nutritious, and delicious. The spices used in this dish also act as a natural appetite suppressant that helps reduce food cravings.
What Can Makes This Dish Better?
I recommend replacing the brown sugar with honey or using another type of sugar, such as agave nectar. The dish is best prepared with vegetable oil instead of the oil used for deep-frying.
I would recommend this dish as a starter or appetizer. It is quite healthy and not too spicy, so you can serve it to anybody who avoids spicy food.
If you have any suggestions or feedback, please do not hesitate to let me know in the comment section below! I will be glad to read it!
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