Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Lamb Satay (Sate Kambing)

As usual with tons of things on my plate, I am gonna be busy for the next few days. Certainly a whole list of chores, leaving so little time for blogging. Thanks to my visual friend all the way from Harrisonburg, VA, United States who didn't refuse my request for a guest post. In fact Ridwan (facebook page) and I have so much in common when it comes to food. Both of us love the spicy, tangy and salty Asian dishes, coming on board now is the Lamb Satay/Sate Kambing recipe. Over to you Rid. 

Hi Everyone,
This is my first guest post since I started my blog Ridwan's kitchen/Asian spice mix over a year ago. When I started blogging I just wanted to document my recipes for myself, but after I published them, I started to enjoy sharing the recipes and food pictures with other foodies/food bloggers. I have met a lot of sweet and amazing bloggers around the globe one of them was Nava KShe is very supportive on my blog, so I want to thank you Nava for sharing your comments on my blog.  I'm so honored to be a guest post on your blog today. Since Nava lives in Malaysia and I'm originally from Indonesia we share a lot of similar foods and we obviously both like rice :)

Ok, let's talk about the food now. I made lamb satay/sate kambing which is a part of the cuisine of Indonesia.  It is very popular in Indonesia, especially in Java. Sate kambing is the Indonesian name for mutton (lamb) satay, and can be served with side of marinated cucumber/acar timun and carrot pickles, rice or rice cube/ketupat and peanut sauce or simple sweet soy sauce mixed with thinly sliced chili peppers.
Lamb satay/sate kambing
Ingredients :
- 1 lb lamb meat
- 2 tbsp coriander seeds
- 1 clove garlic
- 1 shallot
- 1 inch fresh ginger
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 1/2 tsp pepper
- 2 tbsp sweet soy sauce
- 1 tbsp olive oil/vegetable oil

for the sauce :
- 3 tbsp sweet soy sauce/kecap manis
- 2 Thai chili thinly slice( optional )
( just mix them together )
Cut meat/ lamb in cube into bite size,set aside
In the pestle or food processor ground,coriander seeds, garlic,shallot and ginger until minced/grounded.
Add sweet soy sauce and olive oil sat and pepper,pour into the meat,and let them marinade about 1- 2 hours.
Soak bamboo skewers in cold water.
Thread lamb into bamboo skewers.
Grill about 4-5 minutes on each side or until done.
Serve with the side of rice or rice cube/ketupat with simple sweet soy sauce mixed with thinly sliced chili, if you like.
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  1. this satay recipe sounds fantastic! Your pictures are really making me crave some satay! maybe I can give it a spin for dinner. :)

  2. the lamb satay sure looks delicious..
    shall try it in my next bbq session

  3. Thanks for invite me to be a guest post on your site,I'm truly honored,and for a great friendship we had on blogger world, I hope I will meet you in person someday, have a safe trip and have a great time :)

  4. This sounds amazing! I'd love to make these for a BBQ.

  5. omg thanks to share it :3 so i can do it at home

  6. These satay look wonderful! Good luck, Nava, on getting things done over the next couple of days.

  7. What a stunning guest post my friend, it looks wonderfully delicious :D
    Thank you to you both!

    Choc Chip Uru

  8. what a delicious guest post from Ridwan! This is one of the perfect ways to enjoy lamb!

  9. So fun to find you on Nava's blog, Ridwan! Your lamb looks fabulous...I know my hubby would love it. Nava, enjoy your blogging break!

  10. This is such a wonderful recipe of lamb satay. The spices he has used and the juiciness of lamb just making me hungry.

  11. This looks wonderful! Planning to barbecue one of these nights, will surely try this recipe out. Yummy!

  12. Delicious lamb satay, Great job both you and your friend.

  13. Great job on the recipe! Lovely share :)

  14. Love this recipe...now I can make my own lamb satay which I can't seem to find yummy satisfying ones out there. THANX...

    *our next BBQ with pals will feature this lamb satay. yippee*

  15. Love the spice combination that Ridwan used for this satay recipe.

    Good luck, Nava! Hope that your chores is all done over the next couple of days.

  16. Fantastic guest post! This satay looks deliicous and spicy...it's so nice to meet another foodie friend.

    Hope to see you back soon nava :)

  17. nice to have guest post here :) the recipe is just awesome, i must try then!

    FiSh @ www.ohfishiee.blogspot.com

  18. This looks fantastic, thanks Nava and Ridwan!

  19. Hi nava and ridwan- the lamb satay looks very appetizing indeed.. innovative too with the sweet soy sauce added.. will be glad to try this out. have a nice day to you both. Nava, many thanks for the raya wish.

  20. I love satay and this looks awesome :)Love all the flavors going in here and I'm sure they taste really good!Lovely guest post by Ridwan :)

  21. Nice to meet you Nava! I came from Ridwan's blog. Congrats Ridwan for your first guest post! What a great delicious meal to post as a guest post! It's almost lunch time here and wish this was on our table.. :)

  22. WOW ! I loved the way Ridwan improvised his recipes. His food styling also good.

  23. yummylicious!! makes me wanna have it now :(

  24. Thank you all for comments,,,,,I have to add the preparation here,either nava or I miss the preparation.
    cut meat/ lamb in cube into bite size,set aside
    In the pestle or food processor ground,coriander seeds,garlic,shallot and ginger until minced/grounded
    add sweet soy sauce and olive oil sat and pepper,pour into the meat,and let them marinade about 1- 2 hours.
    soak bamboo skewers in cold water.

  25. I love lamb and love satay, so this recipe is perfect! So delicious!


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