Try Cooking Simple Padang Sate Recipe
Indonesian Traditional Food
Traditional Food from West Sumatera, Indonesia
INTERNATIONAL | INDONESIAN TRADITIONAL FOOD - Who is not tempted by the delicacy of sate padang? Sate Padang usually uses beef, beef tongue, and offal as the main ingredients. The most unique thing is that this Padang satay is served with a thick, delicious porridge-like sauce.
This West Sumatran food can be found anywhere, almost every big city in Indonesia has sate padang. Even so, that doesn't mean we don't need to make our own Padang satay at home, you know.
How to make Sate Padang is quite complex, but we can still make it at home. Curious to try to make? Here is a recommendation for a simple Padang satay recipe, just 6 steps. Come on!
Make Your Own Sate Padang from this Recipe
How to make Padang satay is quite complex, but that doesn't mean we can't make it ourselves, here are the steps for making simple Padang satay.
Type: Main Course
Cuisines: Typical West Sumatra
Total Time: 1J20M
- Material :
- 1 kg of chicken
- 3L water
- 120 grams of rice flour
- 1 btg geprek lemongrass
- 2 segments of geprek galangal
- 2 pieces of flower
- 4 cardamoms
- 1 piece of turmeric leaf tied in a knot
- 1 bay leaf
- 1 orange leaf
- 1 tsp curry seasoning
- 1/2 tsp nutmeg powder
- 1/2 tsp turmeric powder
- Pepper to taste
- Salt to taste
- Sufficient seasoning
- enough oil
- Ground spices :
- 5 cloves of garlic
- 8 cloves of red onion
- 2 pecans
- 5 pieces of red chili
- 1 tsp cumin
Step 1, boil the chicken meat: Boil the meat in boiling water, add cardamom, star anise, galangal and lemongrass. Remove any foam that floats. Cook with 7:30:10 system
Step 2, saute : Saute ground spices, add bay leaf, orange, turmeric leaf, curry seasoning, nutmeg powder, turmeric, pepper, salt, seasoning, stir-fry until fragrant.
Step 3, put in the beef stew: Put the stir-fried spices into the beef stew, after 7 minutes turn off the heat. Close tightly and leave for 30 minutes.
Step 4, take the meat: Take the boiled meat from the stew. Then cut into cubes, and pierce with a skewer of satay that has been soaked in water so that it is easy to stab.
Step 5, make the satay sauce: Cook the boiled water again for 10 minutes while checking the taste. When it fits and tastes good, take a little water to thin the rice flour. Stir until completely smooth (no lumps), then add it to the boiling water while continuing to stir so that there are no lumps. Cook until the gravy thickens (if it feels less thick, you can add more rice flour, this is according to taste). Then turn off the fire.
Step 6, grill the satay and serve: Grill the skewered satay over charcoal fire. When it's cooked, serve the satay covered with sate padang sauce along with ketupat, chili crackers and a sprinkling of fried onions.
That's a simple Padang satay recipe that only takes 6 steps. Not difficult is it? Happy cooking.
Editor : Andi Saputra
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