Recipe: Perfect Mie saus sate (Noodle with Indonesian satay sauce)

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Mie saus sate (Noodle with Indonesian satay sauce). Mie saus sate (Noodle with Indonesian satay sauce) Combining my two favorite things: noodle and sate, the creation of this dish is inevitable. Mix the sate sauce with a glass of hot water, just to make it less thick. Put the sauce into the pan and add the noodle.

Mie saus sate (Noodle with Indonesian satay sauce) Food Corner "Mie Ayam Jamur" (Indonesian Chicken Mushroom Noodle) is a boiled yellow wheat noodles mixed in a bowl with sesame oil, soy sauce, pepper and topped with seasoned chicken and mushroom mixture dish. See recipes for Thai Style Veggie Summer Rolls w/ Peanut Sauce too.. Mie saus sate (Noodle with Indonesian satay sauce). noodle and sate, the creation of this dish is inevitable. You can cook Mie saus sate (Noodle with Indonesian satay sauce) using 10 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you achieve that.

Ingredients of Mie saus sate (Noodle with Indonesian satay sauce)

  1. It's of Your favourite noodle.
  2. You need 1 of onion.
  3. It's 1 of garlic.
  4. It's 80 ml of thick sate sauce.
  5. You need of Ground pepper.
  6. You need of Salty soya sauce.
  7. Prepare 1 glass of hot water.
  8. It's of Olive oil.
  9. Prepare of Tomatoes.
  10. Prepare leaves of Chopped coriander.

Satay may consist of diced or sliced chicken, goat, mutton, beef, pork, fish, other meats, or tofu; bamboo skewers are often used, while rustic style of preparations employ skewers from the. A decent satay sauce, made from store cupboard ingredients is a great recipe to have on standby. It's a simple way to pep up a rotisserie chicken, drizzle over a salad or to use as a dip for veggies. Of course it also goes perfectly with satay chicken skewers - which is a recipe we all love at home.

Mie saus sate (Noodle with Indonesian satay sauce) instructions

  1. Cook your favourite noodle as per instruction on the package. I'm using ready to eat wok noodle from the biggest supermarket chain in the Netherlands 😉. Once cooked, drain it and set it aside..
  2. In a pan heat the oil up and put the chopped onion in. Stir fry it until golden. Add the crushed garlic..
  3. Mix the sate sauce with a glass of hot water, just to make it less thick..
  4. Put the sauce into the pan and add the noodle..
  5. Season it with pepper and salty soya sauce. Stir until they mix well. Taste to correct..
  6. Garnish it with chopped coriander leaves and sliced tomatoes. I like to add chopped chilies because they make everything more delicious!! 😉.
  7. Add your favourite dish. In the picture I had some tempe with it. Makes it a perfect vegetarian meal! 👌.

Not forgetting beef satay skewers too (I must get a recipe up for that one on the blog). The traditional Indonesian peanut sauce is made simply with peanuts, kecap manis (sweet soy sauce), chillies, shallots and lime. Not cooked, just ground together into a thick paste. The Peanut Sauce in my Vietnamese Rice Paper Rolls recipe would also go great with Chicken Satay Thicker and sweeter than normal soy sauce, with a consistency like syrup. Here in Australia, kecap manis is available in major supermarkets and Asian stores.

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