WITHOUT a doubt, satay is one of Malaysia’s best local delicacies, enjoyed by both the young and the old. Satay is, basically, barbecued meat on skewers.
Commonly, meat used for satay is chicken and beef. These days, restaurateurs offer a variety of satay using different types of meat like mutton, pork, fish, and even rabbit.
It is usually accompanied by a sauce, also known as the peanut sauce.
Satay sauce is thick and rich with tons of flavours from various spices like ginger and lemongrass. The sauce brings a burst of flavours to one’s palate.
Ways to making the satay sauce is no mystery. It is not as complex as people may think.
So, here are five simple steps to make the famous satay sauce.