Satay

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A picture of a Singaporean-style satay dish with satay sticks, peanut sauce, onion and cucumber

Satay is a local food of Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines. It is usually made of meat on a stick with onion and gravy along with it.

The dish was invented by Javanese street vendors.[1]

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