Appleton Estate makes some mighty fine Jamaican rum that has a really smooth taste with just a hint of nutty flavoring. We received a sample of this for review, I surprised my husband with it for Father’s Day- he loves it. I did try a few sips but rum isn’t my favorite thing unless it is mixed in with something else…like this AWESOME recipe we made the other night with the Appleton Estate rum- oh goodness. Delicious. (I did attempt a photo but my food never looks anything remotely like the photos so I’ll stick with a stock photo.). The almond just adds a great texture and dimension!!
Grilled Chicken with Almond Satay
Appleton Estate Reserve is perfectly matched with the intense nutty oils and spice of the satay and this richness is contrasted by the acidity of the fresh pineapple and citrus.
- 2 tbsp. Peanut butter.
- 2 tbsp. Soy sauce.
- 3 tbsp. Fresh pressed lime juice.
- 3 tbsp. Light brown sugar.
- 1/2 cup Coconut milk.
- 1/2 cup Blanched almonds, chopped
- 1 red chilli, seeded and veins removed, finely diced
Whisk ingredients together over low heat until thoroughly mixed
Serve with grilled chicken skewers and an Appleton Estate Reserve SharbatRecipe created by Bamboo London.
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Appleton Estate is my husband’s favorite brand of rum! I’m going to try this recipe next week.
Emily from Nap Time Is My Time