Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Beef strips in skewers

This beef dish is similar with beef satay,I use the same marinade ingredients for satay dished the only different  I didn't cut beef in cube,I use  thinly sliced Beef cut in strip.


Ingredients :
- 1 lbs beef/thinly sliced beef cut in strips
marinated ingredients :
- 2 tbsp soy sauce
- 2 tbsp sweet soy sauce/kecap manis
- 1 tbsp peanut oil/vegetable oil
- 1 inch fresh galangal /grated
- 1 clove garlic /grated
- 1 shallot/grated
- 1/2 tsp lemon grass powder
- 1/2 tsp ground turmeric
Preparation :
If use the grill soak wooden skewers in water for 30 minutes,before use to prevent them burning
*tip* I use flat grill pan on the stove,its OK not to soak wooden skewers in water
mix all marinated ingredients together whisk it until well mixed
place meat in a plastic bag and put marinade mixture over it
close bag securely,turning to coat.
leave marinate for at least 2 hours

if you ready to cook :
Heat flat grill pan in medium High/ electric grill
grill for about 4-5 minutes each side,or you can cook less if you prefer
ready to serve immediately
*tip" serve with side of  acar timun/ simple cucumber salad or white rice/fragrant rice


http://rivankie.blogspot.com/2011/06/cucumber-saladindonesian-acar-timun.html


http://rivankie.blogspot.com/2012/02/fragrance-rice-with-lemon-grass-and.html
E n j o y ,,,

13 comments:

Curry and Comfort said...

I love food on a stick and my kids do too. :) These beef skewers look flavorful and delicious! I love the salad and the rice too. :)

Cucina49 said...

I LOVE beef satay--and I agree, it's so much better in strips rather than cubes--you get more marinade that way!

Nava.K said...

Cutting into stripes I think is a better idea for its lovely one done. We don't eat beef but sure I can try with chicken or lamb. Looks really tempting and makes a wonderful dinner meal.

Nava.K said...

Hope my comments got through Rid, this new way of keying in the words seems very confusing to me.

Lovely for a wonderful meal at night.

LinsFood said...

Oh yum Ridhwan, these look delicious! I'm going to have to try these, they're like a cross between satay and kebebs! Saya lapar sekali, tengok gambar awak! Lin xx

Lizzy said...

My family would love this one!! Such yummy beef on a stick!

Asian-spice mix said...

Thank you all as always @ Nava yup,,I got your comments,thanks :)
Ridwan

Ann said...

YUM! I have to agree with Ramona...there is something delightful about food on a stick! Thanks for sharing - it's delish~

Kimby said...

I love the versatility of satay... flavor on a stick! Just stopping in to say CONGRATS on the Liebster Award from Exquisite Niche. :)

Suchi said...

Hi Ridwan, I love South East Asian food, never had Indonesian food. Following you so that I can learn how to cook Indonesian food.

Cheers

Elpiniki said...

Looks so beautiful! Great idea with these sticks!

Eating Deliciously said...

The strips are much prettier than little cubes and I think they taste better too. This dish sounds delicious paired with your fragrant rice with lemon grass and ginger. YUM!

Food jaunts said...

Those look so tasty! Love that you served a cucumber salad to balance out the beef