BALINESE SATAY CHICKEN & CASHEW DIP

Hey everyone!

Super excited to have my balinese chicken recipe featured in the Perfectly Paleo magazine this month.

This one was inspired by my recent travels and the flavours completely take me back to my adventure.

This really is an authentic balinese paleo satay chicken and will be sure to impress for a summer light bite or addition to a party.

They make great paleo canapes too!

Free from sugar, dairy, gluten and grains. You can also find some ingredients on Perfectly Paleo.

Click here for the recipe!

This post is also part of the monthly round up for Our Growing Edge, hosted this month by the lovely Sophie at Cooking trips.

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Comments (7)

  1. Hi Nico, great post, greeeeeaaaaat recipe, and congrats on the fact you’ve been published !!! This is so exciting, I’m sure!
    This post would make a great addition to Our Growing Edge, a monthly blog link up just for new food adventures. It’s a fun way to share your new food experiences with other foodies. This month’s theme is TRAVEL which includes any recipe or food experience inspired by travel. And guess what, I’ve been chosen to be the host for this event, all rules for participating can be found at https://bunnyeatsdesign.com/2016/07/01/our-growing-edge-july-2016-intro/ and more useful tips for your participation can be found in the section Our Growing Edge of the Header Menu.
    I hope you can join in!

    • Thanks Sophie, it’s a really delicious recipe if I say so myself. Thank you for the link, sounds great. I will take a look now!

      • It’s great you participate Nico! However, don’t forget to add in this very post the logo of Our Growing Edge as mentioned in the Rules of the event, as well has the required sentences and the link to my blog as I am the host this month. Then I’ll be able to add you in the monthly round-up post along with other participant’s entries. I’m so glad you shared this recipe, I hope lots of readers will dig deeper into your blog!

        • Hi Sophie, thanks for the heads up. I have amended the post so perhaps you can let me know if I have missed anything. Thanks again! I hope you are well.

          • Thanks Nico, that’s perfect now 🙂 I am well, thank you, getting ready for my trip to Japan very soon, I can’t wait! In the meantime, I’ll be looking forward to reading about you new food adventures 🙂

          • How exciting, can’t wait to read. I am dying to visit Japan. I have heard the people are wonderful.

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