Looks like chicken, tastes like chicken, but…

Yeah, this is a lame joke. But these sticks of satay really look like chicken, taste like chicken but they are not chicken. These are satay made from soy products.

soy satay

You can find the brand Veaty in most frozen section at the supermarket, including Tesco. I have tried their pandan chicken and love it. I have also bought the normal ‘chicken’ meat which I made into a Sweet and Sour chicken with pineapple and cucumber.

soy satay

They have seasoned the satay well, with fragrance of lemongrass and tumeric. I merely put them in the microwave to heat up. You can also deep fry or bake in the conventional oven. Eaten with the Thai chilli sauce, it is really yummy and most of all, convenient.

When my sons asked me, “Mommy, what’s that?”

I told them it is the Lingam satay. Ok, bad joke. Looiks like chicken, tastes like chicken, but…

Post Author: Lilian

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4 thoughts on “Looks like chicken, tastes like chicken, but…

    terence

    (January 25, 2008 - 4:50 pm)

    Is it made by the infamous Lingam factory???? Yayaya, lame comment. So what?!!?

    Lilian

    (January 25, 2008 - 5:33 pm)

    terence – Remember, must be eaten with the real and original Lingham (spell with h) chillie sauce.

    Sweet Jasmine

    (January 25, 2008 - 9:36 pm)

    yeah…looks like chicken…but is not chicken..should give it a try..

    Cokeworld Citizen

    (January 25, 2008 - 11:46 pm)

    wow i had this before in KL Gopalan Veg Restaurant. They call it vegetarian satay. I think grill is the way. If you fry it, turns hard. Oh when u grill, sapu a bit of sugary mixture to give it some satay look. lolz…

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