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Lamb satay/ sate kambing Guest post for nava-k.com

Hi eveyone,,,
Today I'm a guest post on nava's blog  http://www.nava-k.com/ is my first guest post,since I start my blog over a year ago.
I'm originally from Indonesia and Nava lived in malaysia,we shared similar recipe on our blog.
I made lamb satay/ sate kambing ( Indonesian ) to share the recipe with you guys,,,,
So, head over to Nava's blog for the recipe !



E N J O Y ,,,,

Comments

  1. I've only ever made chicken satay, and these look great. Will head over to Nava's blog soon!

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  2. Nice guest post on Nava's blog, Ridwan! Love how delicious your lamb satay looks like!

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  3. My husband would LOVE these!! Congrats on your first guest post...off to read it :)

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  4. We started almost at the same time, the lamb satat looks delicious, heading over to Nava for the recipe.

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  5. What a stunning looking guestpost :D

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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  6. I live Nava's blog and congrats on your first guest post! Heading over there now!

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  7. I love nava's blog and congrats on your first guest post! Heading over there now :)

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  8. Thanks again my great friend and for the wonderful comment. Just finished my day one, tired and everywhere aching.

    Will catch up with you from time to time until I come back home.

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  9. wow..this is really inviting!!

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  10. Will pop over to Nava's blog to see how you cooked these delicious lamb satay...

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  11. Wonderful dish!! Will have to check out Nava's blog. :)

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  12. Ridwan, I just love your amazing Lamb Satay...will go check out your guest post!

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  13. Hi Ridwan, I'm back again to let you know that I could not send the comment thru on Nava's blog, because the word verification would not let me, after trying several times!

    Nava's blog is the 5th blog now since yesterday that has the same awful word verification, that now just does not work!

    I copied and pasted my comment on Nava's...

    Lovely guest post, and delicious lamb satay! Love the combination of the spices you used, Ridwan! Photos and presentation are superb:D

    August 24, 2012 7:12 AM

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  14. @Elisabeth
    Thank you for let me know it was nice of you to go back to my blog to co-paste the comments on nava's blog,I know some word verification sometime I can't even read :)

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  15. Thank you everyone for lovely comments,I appreciated as alwyas !!

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  16. This looks so great, Ridwan! Perfect recipe for your first guest post!

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  17. looks irresistably hearty & full of nice texture
    Tasty Appetite

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