Sate Padang is skewered meats and offals served with a special sauce which I have no idea what it's made of other than it's the best I've ever had! I ate this as a child when I was living in Indonesia almost on a daily basis after school. Sate Padang is my most favorite food in Indonesia! Darn, I miss it!!!
Sate Padang (Padang is a city of West Sumatra) is my favorite street vendor food. I had this since I was a kid and remembered all those days where I looked forward to either the recess or the end of the school day where I'd (well, not just me naturally, but many other students as well) rushed off to get my fair share of Sate Padang! Sate Padang is one of the best known of Sumatran dishes and though Sate is a typical Indonesian dish, I only like Sate … more
Sate (as in the Indonesian language) or Satay (as in the Malay language) is a dish of diced meats (commonly beef, chicken or mutton) served on skewers and grilled over wood or charchoal fire. It is then eaten with various spicy seasonings (grounded peanuts are common).
Sate Padang is the Padang version of Sate. Sate has probably originated in Java, Indonesia but can now be found in other South East Asian countries like Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. Sate is similar to Yakitori in Japan & Kebab in Turkey. The sauce is different though.