Khao Moo Satay, or Pork Satay on Rice in Bangkok, Thailand

Khao Moo Satay, or Pork Satay on Rice by Sha Jui ( ซาจุ้ย ), Bangkok, Thailand Satay is a popular Southeast Asian dish that originated in Indonesia but has since spread throughout the region with each nearby country putting its own unique spin on it. The original dish in Indonesia, a Muslim country, consisted of grilled beef cooked on skewers and served with a peanut sauce. In Thailand , pork satay is most common. Because Thai restaurants are so popular worldwide, it is a common misconception that satay originated in Thailand, and peanut sauces and flavorings are often marketed as "Thai". In fact, Thai cuisine uses very few peanuts, and satay sauce is in and of itself an imported fusion dish. khao moo satay, or Thai pork satay with chili paste on rice

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