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Indonesian Tofu Satés

January/February 2008

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Here we skewer and broil cubes of extra-firm tofu and serve them with peanut sauce for a vegetarian version of the popular Indonesian street food. The accompanying peanut sauce is filled with exquisite sweet, hot and salty flavors but omits the often-used coconut milk, which is high in saturated fat. This flexible recipe works with tofu or chicken. If serving a group with some vegetarians and some meat eaters, prepare half chicken and half tofu and marinate them separately.


Indonesian Tofu Satés

3 Reviews for Indonesian Tofu Satés

09/21/2013
Anonymous
Liked it!

Made mini kebabs for a potluck. I used tofu, pineapple and red onion on each one. They were good, but I thought the sauce was a little boring on flavor. I added soy sauce and a little sugar, which helped. I sometimes struggle with finding tofu recipes that my husband likes. Marinated this one overnight and he went back for seconds. I would definitely make the kebabs again, but I will probably use a different recipe for the peanut sauce.

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09/21/2013
Anonymous
Liked it!

Made mini kebabs for a potluck. I used tofu, pineapple and red onion on each one. They were good, but I thought the sauce was a little boring on flavor. I added soy sauce and a little sugar, which helped. I sometimes struggle with finding tofu recipes that my husband likes. Marinated this one overnight and he went back for seconds. I would definitely make the kebabs again, but I will probably use a different recipe for the peanut sauce.

Easy
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03/12/2013
Anonymous

This is amazing! The sauce is bursting with flavour!

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