So the answer is....

by Asiamack November. 08, 2012 489 views

It's satay or sate (pronounced sa-tay) being grilled over small fire.

It's quite different from kebab in that sate is without all veges and onion as in kebab. Sate is plain chunks of chicken or meat grilled over small fire and eaten with coconut + peanut gravy dipping. A side dish of onions and cucumber and ‘ketupat’ are made available with every servings. Some prefer it hot and thus some chili gravy is also served.

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Shaghayegh Yassemi 8 years, 5 months ago

seems like it's answer to lots of things : D

8 years, 5 months ago Edited
Dannii L 8 years, 5 months ago

I loooooooove satay, although would love to taste authentic Malaysian satay as I'm sure it differs from what we get in Chinese restaurants here in the UK.

8 years, 5 months ago Edited
Urmas 8 years, 5 months ago

Looks delicious :), I like the long-shutter-capture on the 1st photo - steam and fire.

8 years, 5 months ago Edited
Sara G 8 years, 5 months ago

Yes, I would like some...I would like it roasted like the dark ones..and with coconut!

8 years, 5 months ago Edited
Stormfish 8 years, 5 months ago

hmmmm... i love satay :-) always one of the first dishes i go for when in malaysia! any tips where to find the really good one in KL??

8 years, 5 months ago Edited
Geowi 8 years, 5 months ago

nice shots

8 years, 5 months ago Edited
Bee 8 years, 5 months ago

Yes! I graciously accept!
I love satay! My mouth is watering already!

8 years, 5 months ago Edited
Jacki 8 years, 5 months ago

FINALLY something that I've eaten before! Here it is frequently served with peanut sauce... have you ever had it that way?

Very interesting to see them cooking it in all those little batches. Makes me hungry... YES, I'll join you... lunch today?! 8^)

8 years, 5 months ago Edited
Patrycja Ratajczak 8 years, 5 months ago

looks really delacious!!!

8 years, 5 months ago Edited
Anggrekfoto 8 years, 5 months ago

Kalau dibagi tentu tidak menolak, an interesting set.

8 years, 5 months ago Edited
Olga Helys 8 years, 5 months ago

Lol! ... BBQ :)
So great idea
Yummmmmmm!
Bon appétit!

8 years, 5 months ago Edited
Yokai - 8 years, 5 months ago

Looks delicious !!
In Japan we call this kind of food ' yakitori '. When we order yakitori, we have a choice of having it cooked with salt or with Japanese sauce.
Can I sit next to you ? (^^)

8 years, 5 months ago Edited
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