Monday, 13 April 2015

FOOD: SKEWERED MEAT ( SATAY RECIPE)


Hi foodies,

It has been some time since I share or write about food. With the spike of price for almost everything (not for salary), I tried to lessen my activities outside now. Have to cut amount of shopping too.  Many are eating at home and bring food to workplace.


Today, just sharing a local Asian food that is popular in my country. It is called Satay which I have no idea where the words came from. It is basically a skewered meat. You can use more chilies if you like it to be spicy and different kind of meat. The one here is not spicy at all. Chicken meat tastes the best. You can also use beef but it will be hard which I don't really like.

SKEWERED MEAT ( SATAY RECIPE)
satay and sata sauce


SKEWERED MEAT ( SATAY RECIPE)
Satay


SKEWERED MEAT ( SATAY RECIPE)
satay sauce


Here are the ingredients:

A.The sauce:
5 shallots
1 big onions
1 bulb of garlic
6 bulb of lemongrass
4 dry chillies 
4 red chillies
1 pieces of turmeric1 pieces of galangal
1 tablespoon spoon coriander seeds
1 tablespoon Tamarind diluted with 1bowl of water
200ml coconut milk
A pinch of salt
70g sugar
125ml of vegetable oil
100g grounded groundnuts or coarse groundnuts



B. The meat:
500g meat
1 tablespoon turmeric powder
2 tablespoons of soya sauce
1 tablespoon sugar
3 tablespoons sesame oil
Skewered stick


C. Side dishes

1 cucumber cut into slices




Instructions:

Sauce:
1. Blend shallots, onions, garlic, lemongrass, dry chillies 4 red chillies, turmeric, galangal, coriander seeds, salt, sugar. Cooked under low fire with the 150g oil until well blended.

2. Then add in the Tamarind and stir it. Cook under low fire

3. After that, add in the coconut milk. Cook until the colour turn golden or fragrant.

4. Take it out and add in the grounded groundnuts . You can use coarse groundnut if you want the crunchy feeling to it.



Meat:

1.  Just add in turmeric powder, soya sauce, sugar,sesame oil into the meat and just mix.

2.  Leave it for about 15 minutes. Then, skewered the meat.

3. Grilled it until it is fully cooked.

4.  You can also use the oven. Just wrap it with aluminum foil to prevent the meat turning too hard.

5.  Serve with cucumber.



I hope that you will like it.


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6 comments:

  1. Mmmm..... looks yummy! Feel like making a batch for myself now.

    Xoxo
    Miriam
    www.miriammerrygoround.com

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  2. @Miriam Goh Try it =) . I love satay too. Can eat so many sticks of it myself.

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  6. @Antipodes Scientific Organic B Thank you =)

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