These bite-sized satays are going to change your life. Made with ground beef, these minced meat satays are packed with mouthwatering flavors. Perfect as an appetizer or main meal for parties or simple, every day.
Super excited to introduce you to a new little guy today.
He is my favorite to date and he is loaded with good things like honey, sweet soy sauce, shallot, garlic, coriander, and he’s here to say HI FRIENDS, PLEASE MEET MINCED MEAT SATAY!
Okay, so what is this exactly? Probably a good question to ask about many-most-maybe-all of my recipes.
Like you, I enjoy having a Summer BBQ; however, with wildfires and smoke going on in the area, it’s nearly impossible to be outside and have my usual BBQ. But, that should not stop me from having fun either, so let’s create something exciting and delicious.
What are the ingredients for Minced Meat Satay?
As usual, easy peasy! The secret to this minced meat satay is mixing all the extra goodies. A few spices, some sauce, kaffir lime leaves, and a dash of salt are all you need to bring these babies to life at home.
This recipe is so super simple and is seriously so delicious. The dish itself is good, but the real magic lies in the main ingredient…Laura’sLean ground beef to be exact.
As you might have read, I’ve used Laura’s Lean products a lot. From this Taiwanese Meat Sauce, Plant-based Kimchi Burger, and to my latest obsession with Meatloaf Wellington which BTW, you should try all those recipes, too!
So, why Laura’s Lean?
According to USDA rules, beef can be considered and labeled “natural” as long as it contains no artificial ingredients and is minimally processed. This definition includes most grocery store-bought fresh beef. However, Laura’s Lean product is unlike most other “natural beef”. It’s a “Never Ever” offering which means that it is sourced from suppliers who do not use added hormones or antibiotics to raise their cattle.
All of Laura’s Lean products have to meet the strict USDA standards to qualify as being lean. Every 4oz serving must contain less than 10g fat, 4.5g or less of saturated fats, and less than 95mg of cholesterol. Additionally, Laura’s Lean 96% Ground Beef meets the standards set by the American Heart Association’s heart-check program and is classified as Extra Lean by the USDA standards.
In a simple word: I trust their products and you get the best of both worlds of taste and nutrition when you choose Laura’s Lean products for your family to enjoy.
Check out this link to see other products from Laura’s Lean.
These minced meat satays are like magic. If you think they will fall straight off the skewer, then you might want to try these yourself. And then devour. You’re welcome.
Minced Meat Satay
- 1 pound ground beef I’m using Laura’s Lean ground beef
- 1 medium egg
- 4 Kaffir lime leaves
- 1 tablespoon soy sauce
- 2 tablespoons sweet soy sauce separate
- 2 tablespoons oil
- 5 shallots
- 3-4 cloves garlic
- 1 candlenut
- Salt to taste
Peanut butter sauce:
- 3 tablespoons creamy peanut sauce
- 1 teaspoon grated garlic
- 1 tablespoon sweet soy sauce
- 2 tablespoons hot water
- Salt to taste
- Peanut sauce: combine all ingredients in a bowl. Whisk in hot water until the desired consistency is reached.
- Processed ingredients: combine all ingredients in a food processor until it turns to a smooth paste consistency.
- Heat the oil in a wok. Add in the processed ingredients, lime leaves, soy sauce, and one tablespoon of sweet soy sauce. Cook for 3-5 minutes until everything blends together.
- In a bowl, add in ground beef, egg, and processed ingredients. Mix everything. Take a spoonful of the ground beef mixture and shape it into a skewer. Grill over charcoal or regular grill until cooked through and serve with peanut sauce.