Search Feature

Monday, January 25, 2010

Pork Sateh

A talented smoking friend, Mike, from the Netherlands was kind enough to share his Grandmother's recipe for Sateh Babi with me.
The recipe has been in his family for over 100 years and came from Indonesia to the Netherlands with his family.
I feel honored that Mike shared the recipe with me....
Thank you Mike!


Some of the ingredients for the marinade....




sauteed onion and garlic...



the marinade.....





the pork soaking up the tasty marinade....









I used my little charcoal grill.....












Served with a spicy peanut dipping sauce.....










These were so good!! I didn't need the sauce, the pork sateh was wonderful on it's own.


I can't wait to try this with chicken, shrimp or ?

Thank you again Mike! I loved it. :)

20 comments:

Rocco said...

well done jeanie!
when i go to a thai restaurant i always get a bucket of peanut sauce to go with my lard nar order!
i could eat that stuff till i drop dead.........

kirby said...

Except for the salad dressing mix and the bersih (?) I have all that stuff. What exactly is bersih?

cowgirl said...

Thank you Rocco!
I've not tried Lard Nar so I googled it, Looks very good! I'm going to see if I can make some.
Thanks for the inspiration. :)

cowgirl said...

Kirby, it's palmsugar. I wanted to find some in liquid form but this is all I could come up with. It worked out well though. :)

Rocco said...

i was wrong jeanie, i get beef "Pad See Eiw"
Fresh wide rice noodles, stir fried with fresh broccoli and eggs, in a tangy pad sauce.
not lard nar

dam now i have to brave the cold and get me some tonight!

cowgirl said...

I will look that up too Rocco.. It sounds tasty. Thanks!

lol Hope you were able to find some carry out. :)

Frugal Canadian Hermit said...

Pretty tasety looking as usual Jeanie. Made me kinda hungry again.

Sara said...

Ooooo, that looks fantastic! Honestly, anything that uses garlic, ginger, and soy is a winner in my book. We made something similar to this with chicken when we would go camping last summer.

I have a bit of ginger here in the kitchen... hrmm....

Tim said...

I'm going to cook this up. I'm sure the kids would love it.

cowgirl said...

Thanks Mark! I guess it would still be considered meat on a stick but it's fancy meat on a stick. lol

cowgirl said...

Thank you Sara! I'm with ya...anything with garlic, ginger and soy has to be tasty! :)

cowgirl said...

Hey Tim, it was tasty stuff, hope it turns out well for you. :)

Chris said...

Great dish but I also loved your plates. And your little grill, where'd you get that awesome lil' thing?

cowgirl said...

Thank you Chris! The little grill was made by a friend. He thought I could use it while camping. It's a bit heavy for me so I usually use my tractor rim instead.
I do like the little grill though. It's great for small cooks. :)

DUTCHESS said...

Why don't you give the whole recipe, listing the ingredients.... That would make sense to any chef/cook. Thanks

DUTCHESS said...

Can you leave the whole recipe with ingredients here? That would make a lot of sense for the chef/cook.
Thanks

DUTCHESS said...

Please give the whole recipe, ingredients listed and cooking times.
Thanks

cowgirl said...

Hi Dutchess,
The recipe has been in Mike's family for over 100 years.
While he was kind enough to share it with me, I feel it is his place to post the recipe on the internet if he chooses to do so.
Thanks

Dave~ said...

As always Jeanie, this one looks mouth watering. If Mike ever does post this recipie, I'm sure we'd all be interested in the link. But I won't blame him if he doesn't. Some secrets are worth keeping. Heck I'd be happy to just be invited next time you make this. (or anything you cook for that matter) You really have a gift girl!

Your Friend,
Dave~

cowgirl said...

Thanks Dave.. :)
I need to make this again. It was so tasty. Mike posts on the Dutch BBQ Forum, or at least he used to. I have not checked in there for awhle.
Hope you are having a great week!