Bet the first thing that springs to mind is kebabs, at least for some of us! Unlike kebabs have cubes of meat and vegetables like, onions, tomatoes, squash and potatoes, satay or saté is made with strips of beef or chicken and threaded onto metal skewers (traditionally bamboo) and served with a peanut based dipping sauce. Over the years it has grown so much in popularity across Asia and into the Western World that it’s become somewhat of a household name. Easily Malaysia’s most famous delicacy, we sampled delicious satay at the Satay Club during our tour of the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (more on the visit in another post). In Brunei, satay is equally popular and you can expect to find not one but several satay vendors in town fanning their charcoal skewers. It’s such a local favourite that we even serve them during Chinese New Year.
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