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Sate / Satay

Satay is a national dish in Indonesia made of meat or fish that is grilled on a skewer and served with (mainly) peanut sauce. Below you will find common ingredients used to make Indonesian Sate / Satay, including Kecap Manis, Rice, Peanut Sauce, Fried Onion and jeruk limo by brands such as ABC, Nona, Kokita, and many more.
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Bumbu Lotek 7oz by Rotary
MSRP: $3.99
Price: $2.89
You Save: $1.10 (28 %)
Bumbu Lotek 7oz by Rotary
Rice Bag (Ketupat Lontong) 9 Oz. by Nona
MSRP: $2.49
Price: $2.29
You Save: $0.20 (8 %)
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Rice Bag (Ketupat Lontong) 9 Oz. by Nona
Sweet Soy Sauce (Kecap Manis) 20 fl oz. by ABC
MSRP: $5.99
Price: $4.25
You Save: $1.74 (29 %)
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Sweet Soy Sauce (Kecap Manis) 20 fl oz. by ABC
Best Quality Crispy Fried Onion / Fried Shallot (Bawang Goreng) 12 Oz.
MSRP: $6.99
Price: $5.99
You Save: $1.00 (14 %)
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Best Quality Crispy Fried Onion / Fried Shallot (Bawang Goreng) 12 Oz.
BEST SELLING FRIED ONION
Satay is a seasoned, skewered and grilled or barbecued meat or fish dish served with peanut sauce. This national dish originated in Java, Indonesia and can be found almost anywhere in Indonesia. It can be purchased from a travelling satay vendor, from a street-side tent-restaurant, in an upper-class restaurant, or during traditional celebration feasts. Some of the many variations of Satay are Sate Ayam, Sate Buntel, Sate Kambingl, Sate Babi, Sate Bandeng, Sate Padang, Sate Lilit, and Sate Kere

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