Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Peanut Satay Sauce with Compressed Rice (Nasi Impit)

Peanut sauce or Satay sauce is a typical sauce made with a variety of spices and seasonings such as chili , coriander, cumin, caraway, garlic, shallot, ginger,palm sugar, lemongrass,coconut milk,tamarind juice and oil. I know alot of American love Thai's peanut sauce because it's taste tangy sweet compare with Malaysia's peanut sauce which is more spicy and powerful spices flavor.As a Malaysian ,I love Malaysia version peanut satay sauce compare with Thai's version,well maybe you can said I'm biased but I still prefer nutty and spicier peanut sauce than mild flavor sauce!.Here is my simple way of making peanut satay sauce..Hope you enjoy it! Ingredients:
1/2 cup sambal belacan paste
1 tbsp kurma powder
1 tbsp ground coriander powder
1/2 cup sugar
1 can coconut milk ,400 ml
2 large piece palm sugar or 200 gm coconut brown sugar
4 tbsp tamarind powder
salt to taste
1 lbs or 2 bowls fried peanut,grinded/crushed






You can buy ready pack compressed rice in plastic bag,boil following the instruction on the package.

Method:

1:Heat large wok or skillet at medium heat with sambal-belacan-paste.
Then add in coconut milk,kurma powder,coriander powder,palm sugar,sugar and tamarind powder.
2:Stir-fry all the ingredients until fragrant.Check the seasoning,keep stirring until the gravy become thicken,leave it to cool.Add in crushed peanuts into the gravy.
3:Serve with satay or compressed rice.
Note:

This sauce is suitable for serve with satay(BBQ meat on the stick) .If the sauce is too watery,add more crushed peanuts.




8 comments :

burpandslurp said...

AAAHH! MY FAV! THank you for this recipe! I used to live in Singapore and I seriously miss this dish!

Angie's Recipes said...

Oh, this is awesome!
What is Kurma powder?

biz319 said...

Wow, that looks amazing! I love all things spicy too! :D

pigpigscorner said...

The peanut sauce sounds amazing!! I really have to make that sambal belacan.

tigerfish said...

Did not know this was the name. I thought it was kueh tupat with satay and peanut sauce.....errrr...any satay?

My Asian Kitchen said...

burpandaslurp:
Hope you like this and thanks for dropping by:)


Angies:
thanks! Kurma powder look like curry powder but different taste and slightly yellowish color..usually we use to cook meat..

biz319;
Thanks for dropping by:)

ppc:
hehehe!! yes it is..sambal belacan is a must for keeper!! actually it's really good you can make alots of dish from it..

tigerfish:
I'm waiting for you to bring satay ma since I prepared the sauce! hahaha!!

Chris said...

Have never seen tamarind powder, only paste in a jar and brick-form. Please give more details and where I can get some in the NYC area. Thanks!

My Asian Kitchen said...

Chris:
Yesterday I was in Queens shopping..I notice all the Asian supermarket have lots of Malaysia or SEA grocery in stock,maybe they just received a new shipment..if you shop in Asian market in Queens like Elmhurst or Flushing or Manhattan you can find plenty tamarind powder at their asian stock shelf..In fact I just bought another 2 packet..if you get Knorr brand it's about $0.99 apacket,if you get thai's brand it's just $0.69 a apacket..If you have any problem finding it,email me..

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