Sweet satay (sate manis). Satay (/ˈsɑːteɪ/ SAH-tay, in USA also /ˈsæteɪ/ SA-tay), or sate in Indonesian and Malay spelling, is a Southeast Asian dish of seasoned, skewered and grilled meat, served with a sauce. The best satay is the one made with really old fashion charcoal grill, complete with a fan to stoke the flame. Sate Maranggi: Indonesian Maranggi Saté can be made from beef, lamb, goat or pork.
Ingredients of Sweet satay (sate manis)
- You need of beef loin/Pork loin/ Chicken cut into pieces 2cm.
- Prepare of lime juice.
- Prepare of sweet soy sauce.
- Prepare of oil.
- You need of Spices (ground).
- You need of coriander, roasted.
- Prepare of cumin, roasted.
- Prepare of peppercorns.
- You need of garlic.
- It’s of red chilies.
All types of meat can be used to make satay, even It is believed that satay originated in the Indonesian region of Java and that it was developed under the influence of Muslim traders who migrated from India. Sate babi, or pork satay, is the first satay that I was introduced to. There was this one lovely lady who went door to door selling pork satay when we were young, and me and my brothers would be really happy when my grandparents bought a portion for our lunch. Even though it was ages and ages ago.
Sweet satay (sate manis) step by step
- Mix and knead beef or lamb or pork with ground spices, lime juice, sweet soy sauce and oil. Let the mixture stand at least 15 minutes..
- Thread 4-5 pieces meet onto a skewer, brush it with remaining marinade and grill until golden brown..
- Serve with sweet soy sauce or peanut sauce, or both..
- For the Sweet soy sauce : Grind 10 (optional) bird's eye chilli with 3 shallots and combine with 3 tablespoons sweet soy sauce..
- For the Peanut butter sauce : Grind 2 red chilli with 100 gram roasted or fried peanuts. Add 100 cc watter and stir well..
Sate Tempe Plappa is a kind of sate that has spicy and sweet taste. This idea was borrowing from Sate Plappa of Madura island which is made from Beef. With sweeter taste and more complex falvaor than regular soy sauce, Kecap Manis has an intensely dark brown and syrupy thicker sauce. Saté is Indonesian for a grilled skewer of meat or seafood. Popular versions are chicken and goat.