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Grilled Chicken and Pineapple with Ayam Peanut Sauce

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Ayam Peanut ChickenAyam peanut chicken has been on my summer menu for years, and this updated version is the best one yet. Our Indonesian Ayam spice lends the peanut sauce a special flavor to peanut sauce that puts it over the top. The spicing is notable but not overpowering and paired with peanut and citrus makes a versatile sauce that complements grilled chicken and pineapple perfectly.

Grilled Pineapple

Looking for more grill season recipes? Check out our recipes for Chimichurri or Tarheel Sliders.


 9 Comments

  1. Brian Mc says:

    Tried the recipe for Father’s Day, used both thighs and breasts, adjusted the cooking time accordingly. Really delicious, very tangy as I went 50/50 lemon/lime instead of all lemon juice. I would use a bit less soy next time, maybe 1/3 cup. A great recipe with lots of elements to interchange.

    • Sherrie says:

      Glad you liked it, Brian. We love recipes that can be “played with” – it makes cooking so much more fun.

  2. Andrea Tweedie says:

    This is my favorite summer recipe – love the flavors!!! Thank you Worldspice for always bringing the best recipes to CA!

    • Sherrie says:

      Thank you so much! We love coming up with new ways to use our spices, and sharing them with everyone. And we agree – this one has become our favorite summer recipe, too.

  3. Billy says:

    Even more authentic if you use the ubiquitous sweet soy sauce of Indonesia, aka “kecap manis” which can be found at your local asian grocery.

    • Sherrie says:

      Yes, it would be. But, depending on where you live, it’s not always easy to find a local Asian grocery store. (In Seattle, we are lucky to have quite a few options.) I’m sure it’s also available online for mail order, too.

  4. Jessica says:

    The recipe calls for aleppo and maldon sea salt for the pineapple but gives no instruction around the spices?

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