Indonesian Satay
Posted by: recipetoshare on 23 Mar 2018

In Indonesia street food, you can easily find different types of satay varieties such as Satay Padang, Satay Madura, Satay Manis and much more. Today recipe we will do Satay Manis which the main ingredients of the recipe is Kecap Manis. Kecap Manis is dark sweet soya sauce. It is widely used for stir-fry noodles, vegetables or the famous nasi goreng dish. It is also good for barbeque or grilling sauce. The smell of the sweet soya beans will add extra aromatic smell to the dishes.

Serves: 8 - 12 people
Preparation: 1 hour
Cook Time: 45 minutes

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  • 1 kg of chicken thighs deboned.
  • 5 tablespoons of sweet soya sauce (Kecap Manis).
  • 3 cloves garlic. 
  • 1/2 teaspoon of white pepper.
  • 1/4 teaspoon of ground cumin.
  • 1 teaspoon of salt.
  • 1 tablespoon of oil.
  • 1 tablespoon of unsalted butter (melted).
Method of Cooking
  • Soak the skewers in a bowl of water so when you grill the skewers, they are a bit resistant to fire.
  • Cut the chicken into cube pieces about 1 cm. 
  • Combine all the kecap manis, crunched garlic, salt, oil and melted butter and marinate for couple hours.
  • Thread the cube meats onto skewers.
  • Heat the bbq and brush some oil into the grill to reduce the stickiness of the grilling.
  • Prepare a bowl contains 2 tablespoons of kecap manis and 1 tablespoon of oil for brushing the satays.
  • Cook the satay into a grill and brush the kecap manis and oil on both sides until cook.

You can replace the chicken with other meats such as beef or lamb.

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