Thai Food Restaurant Recipes : How to Peel Garlic for Chicken Satay Recipe

Thai Food Restaurant Recipes : How to Peel Garlic for Chicken Satay Recipe


On behalf of Expert Village this is Dina Cutrone
from Tall Order in New York City. Today we are going to be showing you how to make a
quick and easy Thai dinner. So here let us rough chop the shallots. So I’m just going
to do a quick. So let’s put those aside cause those are going in after the ginger and the
garlic. So let’s start on the garlic, I’m just going to smash them. So I can get the
peel off it is the easiest way to get it. Most of the time. So we have 2 smaller garlics
so if you really have a big piece of garlic you can just use one. You know this marinade
is very forgiving though it is not very exact. So if you don’t have shallots you can actually
use red onions. Red onions are a little bit of a different taste. Shallots are a nice
sweet but yet tangy taste. Red onions are a little bit sharper but I done it with both
and they actually come out fine. So okay here we go with our let me clean up the garlic
here. Do a rough chop of those 2.

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