This Indonesian beef kabob recipe goes back to my (Glenn’s) childhood. Once or twice a year my Dutch immigrant parents would get together with other immigrant families and stage an Indonesian rijstafel (translation: rice table). The feast was historically a Dutch colonial creation celebrating all flavors Indonesian. The celebration had special meaning to my Dad, as he lived on the Island of Java for a time in his twenties.
The centerpiece of the feast was nasi goreng, a fried rice dish. My favorite, perhaps foreshadowing my ranching destiny was this Satay, lovely marinated beef kabobs hot from the grill outside. Enjoy them with rice (maybe even nasi goreng) and perhaps even every kid’s favorite, krupuk: the deep fried prawn cracker.
(Dairy Free, Egg Free)