The Kitchen: Bali’s King of Sate

28 Oct 2017 12:30 - 13:30
/ IDR 100,000
Toko Toko. Festival Hub, Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)

There are hundreds of varieties of sate across Indonesia, but Bali’s king of sate is sate lilit – lavishly spiced minced meat moulded around a stick of lemongrass. With Made Candra from Taman Baca Kesiman, learn how to prepare sate lembad celeng (traditional pork sate lilit), while he lets you in on a few of his special spice mix secrets.

Ada ratusan macam sate di seluruh Indonesia, tapi raja sate Bali adalah sate lilit – daging cincang yang dibumbui dengan banyak dan dibentuk seperti batang sereh. Bersama dengan Made Candra dari Taman Baca Kesiman, pelajarilah cara menyiapkan sate lembad celeng (sate lilit babi tradisional), sementara ia membiarkan Anda memasukkan beberapa bumbu rempah ke bumbu spesialnya.

Featuring

Made Candra

Made Candra (aka Made Muwut) is a country and blues singer-songwriter from Denpasar, and chef at Taman Baca Kesiman. He also runs a traditional Balinese rice porridge eatery called Bubuh …



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