Sate Tahu

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Sate Tahu

Postby Verdant » Wed Apr 30, 2008 9:56 pm

Better known as Tofu Satay, Sate Tahu is the Indonesian version of the well-known Thai vegetarian appetizer. The satay style of cooking is actually Indonesian in origin, specifically Java, but has become popular across Southeast Asia. I modified the following recipe according to what I had available (no daun salam or kaffir lime leaves, but I did have lemongrass) and a whim (added a few green cardomom pods, because I love 'em).

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Frying spice paste smells soooooo good!
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The marinade gets boiled way down before adding to tofu to the grill. Mix the leftover marinade with a tablespoon of peanut butter and a tsp of soy sauce for the sate sauce.
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Grill marks courtesy of my new cast iron grill pan, purchased at Cook's Boulevard.
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Postby Brayon » Thu May 01, 2008 6:20 am

I noticed you used peanut butter in this recipe. I've been thinking about trying a dish or two that you posted, but can you make it without the peanuts? My roomie is allergic to it.
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Postby Verdant » Thu May 01, 2008 12:06 pm

Sure! I'm a big fan cashew butter and almond butter.
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