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Malay Beef Satay

Beef Satay

Chilli and Peanut Sauce

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Posted by Angela165 • 5y ago • Report
I have tried this and it's yummy. I couldn't find shrimp paste so I didn't use any and use tamarind paste instead of the liquid and it still turned out great. Also used brown sugar instead of palm sugar and everything still went find. I didn't soak any chilli I just used chilli flakes.
Posted by Silk • 5y ago • Report
also - the lemon rind, for the marinade, on the show, was actually lime rind (I know a good proof reader!)
Posted by Silk • 5y ago • Report
Hi Angela - I agree - watched the show twice too! - am trying this recipe tonight using chicken as well as beef since I have a non-steak eater in the house. :-)
Posted by Angela165 • 5y ago • Report
Just so everyone is aware I think the Chilli & Peanut Sauce are missing the ingredients of the tumeric, cumin & fennel which was also used in the marinade, I added the same amount as the marinade into the blend mixture and it turned out delicious. I remembered it as I had seen the show for this recipe twice.