Saturday, November 13, 2010

Sate Maranggi



Here's another culinary specialty that you may want to try if you visit Bandung and its vicinities: Sate Maranggi.

Sate Maranggi is a kind of satay that is originally from the area of Purwakarta, a regency about 80 kilometers north-north west of Bandung. It is typically made from goat meat or beef.

What's special about this sate is its "chunky" and tender meat and the sauce with which it is served. This sauce is made of kecap manis (sweet soy sauce), sugar cane vinegar, and green chili pepper and hence tastes refreshingly sweet, sour, and hot. In addition to the sauce, it is also served with slices of pineapple, shallots, and crushed fresh tomatoes.

I took these photos at Cibungur sate maranggi restaurant near the Sadang exit of Cipularang Toll Road at Purwakarta.

8 comments:

Leif Hagen said...

Looks yummy in the tummy! Scrumptious photos!

ekoepe said...

hai mas...
tambah komplit saja foto2nya...
saluut...
mas sekarang link ku ganti ke sini:
ekoepe.blogspot.com
karena ketidaknyamanan dengan co.cc..
mohon diganti ya mas...
thx

damz said...

aku kabita.. :)

Photo Cache said...

oh my - i need some freshly steamed rice to go with these deliciousness.

melocoton said...

the second picture is great! greetings from barcelona.

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Temuk said...

Salam perkenalan Eky
I have been to Medan & Jogja, many years ago. I hope to visit Bandung one of these days and look up for lovely sate Maranggi. Amat menggamit sate itu.

Dina said...

What a long line of them! Looks delicious.

Layrayski said...

omg that looks so good! I love the description of the food and the photos arent bad either. :)