Satay is Southeast Asia's name for barbecue skewers. This variety with veal fillet, peanut sauce and strawberry salsa, tastes absolutely delicious. If you do not get a calf, you can use beef. This recipe is suitable for 4 people.
If you have wooden skewers, these must be in water for a minimum of 1 hour, so that they do not catch fire during grilling.
800 g kalvefilet
5 teaspoons curry powder
5 teaspoons paprika powder
2 cloves finely chopped garlic
1 tbsp lime juice
4 ss soy sauce manis
4 tablespoons sunflower oil
1 ts salt
The veal fillet is cut into thin slices (approx. 3 x 10 cm). Make a marinade of curry powder, paprika powder, garlic, lime juice, ketjap manis, sunflower oil and salt. Put the meat in the marinade and let it marinate for a couple of hours or preferably overnight.
While the meat is marinating, they are smart to make the strawberry salsa:
1 basket of strawberries
1 ripe mango in small cubes
5 tablespoons fresh coriander
1 small bag of cashews
1/2 lime, juice only
2 ss sweet chili sauce
Cut strawberries and mangoes into small cubes. Sprinkle with fresh, finely chopped coriander and cashews. Add the lime juice sweet chili sauce. Stir and set cold until served.
Thread the pieces of meat on a skewer, lengthwise in accordion pattern. Place the skewers across the grooves on a hot grill and burn quickly on both sides. You can also fry the skewers in a grill pan or in the oven at 220 degrees. Since the meat is so thin, it is a matter of a few minutes on each side.
I use the rest of the marinade to make a delicious peanut sauce. Mix it with 1/2 glass of peanut butter. Bring to the boil and dilute with water until the sauce is thick enough.
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