Delicious beef satay grilling over charcoal fire. Satay is well-loved by Malaysians. Location: Kluang, Johor.
Tagged as: Malaysia • Street Food
Mmmmmm, nothing beats Malaysian satay. In the west they offer 3 to 6 sticks for $4 to $6 USD. Granted they are big fat chunks of meat, but that doesn’t allow the flavour to fully permeate the meat. They usually cook it over a grille, which doesn’t have the smokey authentic effect. And let’s not even mention the price difference.
When Summer rolls around I make my own at home.
seeing your photos made me head to town (Shenzhen) for some Malaysian food. I went to Pokok Kelapa in Coco Park, ordered nasi goreng (accompanied by 2 sticks of satay) and bubur chacha… satisfied!
Oh my… last time I had something close to Malaysian satay was early April 2002 in the cafeteria of a big public office downtown NYC. I could hardly believe my eyes (and nose!) while a friend madly scolded me for daring to eat peanuts…;o)
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