cubed and skewered meat, poultry, or fish commonly served with peanut sauce
Pieces of meat or fish skewered and grilled, then served with spiced sauce.
skewered meat, fish or vegetables, marinaded & grilled, served with peanut sauce
A Malaysian dish where meat is placed on wooden skewers and deep fried. Usually served with a sauce for dipping.
Also spelled sat, and sateh. These are Pieces of meat or fish threaded onto skewers and grilled over a flame. Several variations of these are seen throughout Southeast Asia. A spicy peanut sauce is served with meat satay in Vietnam and Thailand.
Barbeque-flavored, skewered, kebabs of pork, chicken, or beef. This titbit, enriched with curry powder, fresh herbs, and peanut sauce, becomes the main dish when served with bread and rice.
Skewered meat (chicken, mutton or beef) barbecued over a charcoal fire.
Satay (also written satÃ©) is a dish that may have originated in Sumatra or Java, Indonesia, but also popular in many other Southeast Asian countries such as Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, and Thailand, as well as in The Netherlands which was influenced through its former colonies. In Malaysia, satay is a very popular dish especially during celebrations and it can be found throughout the country. A close analog in Japan is yakitori.