Minced pork saté

Saté Pentul

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By Sri Owen

Published 1980

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The first time I ate Saté Pentul was in Bali, at a little warung in the central square of Den Pasar. My husband said, however, that he had tasted it on a previous visit, before our marriage, when he had wandered into the preparations for a big festival and been given generous sticks of saté from the hundreds that were grilling over a shallow trench filled with charcoal. In Lombok, which is the next island to the right as you look at the map, they make Saté Pentul with beef and a little tera