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Sate in Indonesian (pronounced “satay”), or in Malay Satay is a Malaysian dish of Indonesia and Malaysia. These are small skewer of chicken or beef. The meat is often marinated in a mixture more or less identified with cumin, turmeric, ginger, coriander, pepper, garlic, crushed peanuts, etc.. It is served with sliced cucumber, cubes of compacted rice, raw onions and the famous satay sauce. Following colonization of Indonesia by the Netherlands, this dish is now extremely common in fast food establishments Dutch, the satay sauce is regularly used as an accompaniment to fried.