Tuesday, January 8, 2008


Satay is a dish widely known in Asia, especially Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia. It is skewered sticks of marinated meat such as Chicken, Beef, Mutton and Pork. The accompaniment to Satay is the freshly diced cucumber and red onions, ketupat (rice cooked compact and cut to cubes) and a gravy for dipping made of spices and peanut.

The meat that is marinated is barbecued on an open charcoal wire. It is popular with all races in Singapore and is among a hot favourite for Singaporeans whenever they go for chalet barbecues. Sold widely also in the hotels, restaurants, food courts and coffee shop. In Singapore, City Satay is among a popular name with its wide distribution from small satay stalls to catering orders for domestics and commercial.

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