4-6as an Appetizer
The smallest of Indonesian satés, saté lalat is not much bigger than a fly, which is what lalat literally means. Typically, the skewers for saté lalat are the size of broom straws; the meat portion is about one inch long; a serving would include three or four dozen satés. However, to suit American skewers and appetites, I make my saté lalats somewhat bigger.
A specialty of the island of Madura near Java, saté lalat owes its distinctive texture and