Beef on a stick with peanut sauce
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Beef on a stick with peanut sauce
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:08:01 AM. Recipe ID 34307. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Beef on a stick with peanut sauce
 Categories: Meat
      Yield: 5 Servings
      1    2-lb round steak; fat

      2    Cloves garlic; crushed
      1 ts Ground coriander
      3 tb Finely diced yellow onion
      1 tb Brown sugar
      1 ts Fresh lemon juice
      2 tb Light soy sauce
      3 tb Dry sherry

      1 c  Dry-roasted unsalted peanuts
    1/2 c  Light soy sauce
      1 ds Tabasco; or to taste
      2 tb Light brown sugar
      1 tb Fresh lemon juice
    1/2    Yellow onion; peeled, diced,
           -and pan fried until brown
    What is a recipe from Indonesia doing in an American cookbook?
  Because peanuts came from the Americas to Indonesia, that's why. And
  besides, I love this recipe. Great for the barbecue!
    Cut the meat into thin strips, being careful to remove the fat. Mix
  the marinade and soak the meat strips for at least 1/2 hour. Put the
  meat on bamboo skewers in an S pattern.
    Prepare the sauce by grinding the peanuts in a food blender or
  medium-sized food processor. Place in a bowl and add all other
  ingredients for the sauce.
    Broil the sticks of meat over charcoal or under the broiler. Cook
  just until barely browned, about 4 minutes on each side. You want the
  meat to be fairly rare and tender.
    Spoon the sauce over the meat when you serve.
    I like a sliced cucumber salad with a Vinaigrette Dressing You need
  add only plain Steamed Rice and the menu is complete (see recipes).
  NOTE: This sauce is great on other meat dishes as well. And I love it
  on fish.
  From .  Downloaded from Glen's MM

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Recipe ID 34307 (Apr 03, 2005)

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