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Funfact: Satay

Delicious satay, accompanied by peanut sauce!

Satay, also known as sate, is a dish of marinated, skewered and grilled meat, served with peanut sauce, ketupats, cucumbers and onions. It is mainly made of chicken, mutton, beef or pork. These are grilled or barbecued over a wood or charcoal fire, then served with various spicy seasonings. Bamboo sticks are put through the meat and walking around, holding the stick and eating the delicious satay is one enjoyable experience.

Satay originated from Indonesia, but then spread to places like Malaysia, Thailand and Singapore. Satay was sold in the olden days by satay men, cycling with a portable satay grill, which were a familiar sight in Singapore in the 1960s.

Because of its popularity, new dishes like satay beehoon have been created, which also uses the peanut sauce. It is also very popular, comprising of cuttlefish and kang kong. So go try it!

Recipe (Chicken Satay): [link]

References: [1][2]

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