>

Dish Story

Sate Lilit Bali

Presented by:  

Share on

Indonesia is a nation comprised of more than 17,500 islands that span across a wide geographical area. As a result, Indonesian cuisine is diverse with influences from many cultures in the archipelago. With so many Indonesian treats to choose from, we recommend learning one of the most common, satay or often written ‘sate’.

Did you know that satay is a dish consisting of diced or sliced chicken, goat, mutton, beef, pork, or fish? It is commonly threaded onto bamboo skewers, grilled over charcoal fire or coconut-shell charcoal, and then served with various spicy dipping sauces.

Learn to make satay lilit bali with us. In this class you will learn to cook decadent shrimp and tender mackerel as well as the techniques on how to load them onto bamboo skewers. Don’t forget that you will also grill them to perfection and create the mouthwatering balinese dipping sauce. Travel to Indonesia from the comfort of home with this dish!Indonesia is a nation comprised of more than 17,500 islands that span across a wide geographical area. As a result, Indonesian cuisine is diverse as it’s paired with the influences from the many culture in the archipelago.
Sate (or Satay) is a dish consisting of diced or sliced chicken, goat, mutton, beef, pork, or fish. Sate is commonly threaded onto bamboo skewers, grilled over charcoal fire or coconut-shell charcoal, and then served with various spicy dipping sauces.
Sate is believed to have originated from Java, Indonesia, but it is also popular in many Southeast Asian countries such as Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam. Sate is a very popular street food in Indonesia; it can be served as a side dish, or a main dish at lunch or dinner."

©2020 ChefPassport S.à.r.l