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Satay

image imageOpen Daily

imageAfternoon & Evening (Dinner period)

imageP/Stick-RM 0.70 Chicken, RM 0.70 Beef, RM 1.00 Mutton

image Sate Kajang Hj Samuri, Klasik Satay Station,

 

Details

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Malaysian Satay

    Satay is one of Malaysia's most popular gastronomic delights not only by Malaysian local but also tourist visit to Malaysia from all over the world. Satay can be found almost everyway in the evening either selling at restaurant, hawker stalls or travelling hawker vendors even to any occasions held in Malaysia.

   Satay might be similar to Indian or Arab kebab and in some countries they have their own similarity, such as sosatie in South Africa, yakitori in Japan, shashlik in Caucasus, chuanr in China, and, shish kebab in Turkey. The only difference is that Malaysian kebab, satay, were prepared in small minced meat with a bit sweet flavor than other countries.

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    Basically, satay may consist of chicken, beef or mutton minced and serve with tangy peanut sauce, cube of rice cake (local called it ketupat), Fresh slices cucumber and onions. The Ketupat, when translated in English, is literally a type of rice dumpling or rice cake made from glutinous rice and, wrapped in a pouch of woven palm leaves, is then boiled for hours. As the rice cooks, the grains expand to fill the pouch and the rice becomes compressed into soft cakes.

    Satay could be cook either by grilled or barbecue using charcoal. The satay are normally cooked over a rectangular aluminum BBQ tub measuring about 1 meter in length and 20 cm in width. The meat pieces are then skewered onto a piece of thin bamboo or the middle stick of coconut leaf ( local call it "lidi") about 20cm long. However, in Malaysia most satay prepared are by using charcoal to give the satay a smokie smell. What make one satay stall delicious than the others is that the peanut sauce served is not oily and meaty with no fat chunks. Every satay stall available have their own secret in preparing it.

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   Many stories of satay origin have been told. Even Malaysian claim that satay was originally came from Malaysia. However, the actual satay origin was unknown and unclear. History believed that satay was brought by Muslim Indian and Arab Traders in early 19th century and was first made popular by Javanese Indonesia, then only spread to Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore and other countries. One of the clear evidence satay was first popularize in Indonesia, is because there were about more than 25 types of satay including Sate Madura, Sate Padang, Sate Ponorogo and many more, and satay had become a national dish in Indonesia. Satay Madura is one of the best known and most popular. This type of satay usually uses lamb or chicken, marinated in sugar, green onions, soy sauce and salt.

 

Satay Outlets

 
Restaurant Satay Kajang Hj Samuri
Area:
Kajang

Operation Hours:
Monday – Thursday : 10am – 12.30am
Friday : 4pm – 1 am

Address:
Restoran Sate Kajang Hj. Samuri Lot 1,2 & 3 Tingkat Bawah & Tingkat 1, Banb ngunan Dato’ Nazir, Jalan Kelab, 43000 Kajang, Selangor Darul Ehsan.

Contact No:
03-8926 5624



Nyuk Lan Kajang Satay
Area:
Kajang

Operation Hours:
Daily 1000 - 2300,
Closed on Tuesday

Address:
Restoran Malaysia (Nyuk Lan Kajang Satay), 31 Jalan Semenyih Kajang

Contact No:
03-8733 1160



Klasik Satay Station
Area:
Kuala Lumpur

Operation Hours:
Open Daily
1800 - 2400

Address:
Restoran O’din,Jalan E3/12 Taman Ehsan,Kepong, 52100, Kuala Lumpur

Contact No:
017-3638 803


Satay Station
Area:
Kuala Lumpur

Operation Hours:
1600 - 2400

Address:
No. 55, Jalan A, Jalan Kampung Pandan, 55100 Kuala Lumpur.

Contact No:
03-9284 6607



 


 
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