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Satay / sate / sateh

A Far Eastern-style of food, particularly popular in Malaysia (but originating in Indonesia), consisting of small pieces of either chicken, beef, pork or prawns marinated in either yoghurt or soy sauce, before being grilled on small wooden skewers. It is often served with a peanut-based (satay) sauce. See 'Satay Ayam'; 'Satay Sauce' in our Recipe Section.

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