Beef Sates with Coriander

Sate Age

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  • Serves


    as an Appetizer
    • Difficulty


Appears in
The Barbecue Bible

By Steven Raichlen

Published 1998

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This lovely coriander-scented beef saté, saté age, which comes from Solo in central Java, is traditionally served on a flat bamboo skewer that looks like an ice cream stick. The closest thing to a saté age skewer here is a Popsicle stick—an item easy enough to find at most supermarkets. Otherwise, try using tongue depressors or flat bamboo skewers for the satés. The aromatic satés are also good made with lamb or a mixture of beef and lamb.