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Come On Over For A Caribbean Chicken Satay

Updated on November 18, 2017
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Hello, from a former Model, now a Published Writer (Lover's Rock Reggae Music Quiz Book), from NW London with a BA in New Media Journalist.


My Favorite Tropical House Singer

EVER HEARD THE TERM The Blacker The Berry” ; used in a song by US singer Kendrick Lamar (2015), It's a term in the Urban Dictionary that refers to the plain old fact that the blacker the berry, the sweeter the juice'.

But what with the world not looking - the black-get-back - (another term from the urban dictionary) movement seems to have gathered pace! What with my favourite 'tropical house' singer, Mavado, a Jamaican who goes by the real name of David Constantine Brooks, was left fuming after visiting a high end Chinese eatery in the US, saying staff there treated him shabbily.



THE ONE THEY CALL MAVADO is a UK MOBO Award Winner, who has collaborated with many of the world's top urban acts including the UK’s Chipmunk (Every Gal) and state side, who with the likes of Busta Rhymes, Wyclef, Fabolous, Akon, Snoop Dogg and Jay Z to name but a few, has done more than enough to put him on the map. (And, if that wasn't enough, is featured on Drake’s album Thank Me 2016), none of which cut much ice, at Philippe Chow ‘s!

'Buzzing, so the blurb tells me with 'a glamorous clientele'’ fuming - accusing the staff there of ‘treating him 'shabbily' cos he's black’!
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Can’t think what would be on the Chow’s menu that he couldn’t cook up at home! Personally, I'm down with the Chicken Satay. Caribbean style.

So I'm cooking up a Caribbean Chicken Satay!


p.s. Movada, you can always come on over to mine....

Love you


By Julz
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For 12 Skewers

1/4 cup crunchy peanut butter

1 tablespoon Caribbean Jerk Seasoning

1 cup Coconut Milk

1/2 cup pineapple juice

1 tablespoon brown sugar

1 tablespoon soy sauce

1 tablespoon good oil

1 pound chicken tenders

2 tablespoons chopped fresh coriander

10/12 wooden skewers


  • Mix all the ingredients (the coconut milk, pineapple juice, peanut butter) together, plus the seasoning, sugar, soy sauce and oil in large clean bowl. Reserve one and a 1/4 cups satay mixture in separate clean bowl. Add the chicken to remaining mixture and; toss to coat..

  • For the Sauce, place 1 cup of the reserved satay mixture in small pan. Cook on medium heat for as little as 15 minutes or until sauce has thickened, stirring occasionally. Then, stir in 1 tablespoon of the pepper. to set aside.

  • Remove chicken from marinade and thread the chicken one at a time onto skewers.

  • Grill over medium-high heat 3 minutes per side or until chicken is cooked through, bast continualy with remaining 1/4 cup satay mixture. Transfer skewers to serving dish. Sprinkle with remaining coriander. Serve with the sauce


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5 stars for Chicken Satay Caribbean Style

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      Paul 11 months ago



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      Dave 22 months ago

      Love me a Chicken Satay!