My Collections of Original Indonesian Recipes...

I just want to give you a big welcome...

In this blog i dedicate to give you the best of Original Indonesian Recipes...

Indonesian food comes from many sources of ingredients and spices, from various kinds of chillies, ginger, shallot, turmeric to coconut milk. Combining those natural spicy ingredients provides you unique dishes from Indonesia, the islands of spices...

To All food lovers, I really encourage you to try the taste of Indonesian foods, most of them are spicy and have exotic tastes you've never experienced before, I'm serious...
They're really worth trying... :)

Sate Padang ( Padang Satay )

Never have innards as your meal ?? It's your time to try...
Never judge before you taste some...

Innards are common ingredients in Indonesian menus...

  • 200g Brisket
  • 800g Innards (heart, tripe, intestines, liver, lung)
  • 2 1/2 liters Water
  • 4 Kaffir lime leaves
  • 1 stalk Lemon grass, bruised
  • 1 Turmeric leaf
  • 1 piece Dried sour fruit (Garcinia cambogia)
  • Skewers
  • 1-2 tbsp Oil
  • 50g Rice flour & 1 tbsp cornflour for each 500cc stock
  • Fried shallots for garnishing
Spices (ground)
  • 8 Red Chillies
  • 2 tsp Coriander, roasted
  • 1 tsp Peppercorns
  • 1/4 tsp Cumin, roasted
  • 6 Shallots
  • 1 tsp Chopped turmeric
  • 1 tsp Chopped ginger
  • 1/2 tsp Chopped galangan

Method :
  1. Boil the brisket and innards until half-cooked.
  2. Then add ground spices, kaffir lime leaves, lemon grass, turmeric leaf and dried sour fruit.
  3. Add hot water if necessary.
  4. Simmer until the meat is tender.
  5. Remove brisket and innards and cut into 1 X 2 X 3 cm pieces.
  6. Thread meat onto the skewers, making sure that every, skewer has brisket and various innards.
  7. Brush with oil and grill over hot charcoal until dry.
  8. Thicken the remaining marinade with rice flour and cornflour mixed with a little water.
  9. Serve satay with ketupat (compressed rice cake) or lontong (rice dumplings).
  10. Pour hot sauce over the meat and sprinkle with fried shallots.


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Juandy said...

Thx For the Link :) I already add yours too...

Robyn said...

Hi Juandy, thanks for linking us. But we are not Filipino - we are Americans living in Malaysia. ;-)

I have a favor to ask - could you have a look at our recent Medan post and have a go at that sambal? It was sweet, spicy, green and red chilies, onions and shallots ... almost jammy, and good enough to eat on its own. I've tried to recreate it but just can't. Maybe an Indonesian could?

Cheers, Robyn @ EatingAsia

Anonymous said...

I Love Sate!!!
Would you please add your delicious recipe to my blog:!
It really sounds like the kind of recipes I am looking for!
I can't wait to try it!

Juandy said...

robyn, i'll take a look on that sambal when i'm free but can't promise... yes medan is famous for its spicy and really hot sambal... :)