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Sate Odheng Madura Prawn  Saté | Indonesia Eats
Yay! I rejoined with the Masak Bareng Yuuk event after my last one which was using prawn too. This month’s theme is “Masakan Indonesia Berbahan Dasar UDANG” which means Indonesian Dish from Prawn/Shrimp.

After being delayed for so long on making this recipe, I had a reason to make one. Original name of this recipe is Sate Odheng Madura. Odheng is the Madurese for prawn or shrimp.

What is Madurese? The Madurese aka Orang Madura and Suku Madura are an ethnic group originally from the island of Madura, but they are found in many parts of Indonesia now. They are also the third-largest ethnic group by population.

I believe I saw this recipe on Tabloid Nova online before they renewed their website. However, if you google this recipe you can see on some of other websites.

Sate Odheng Madura
– Madurese Prawn Sate –
translated by me
Ingredients:
750 g prawns
4 key limes, squeezed
1/4 tsp salt
10 bamboo skewers

Grind into a paste (rempah):
6 shallots
1/2 tsp coconut or palm sugar
3 cloves garlic
5 red chilies
2 bird eyes
3 candlenuts
1/2 tsp white peppercorns
1/2 tsp salt

Directions:
1. Rinse off prawns under cold water and pat dry.
2. With sharp kitchen scissors, cut the prawn along the inner curve to expose the dark vein.
3. Squeeze 2 key limes over prawns, add salt, rempah, combine and marinate for 30 minutes.
4. Thread the wooden skewers into the prawns carefully.
5. Grill on cast iron pan or barbecue for about 2 minutes on each side or until cooked through. Don’t forget to brush on the rempah while you are grilling.
6. Serve with vegetables and white rice. I served them with urap-urap (Indonesian cooked vegetables salad with grated coconut spices)

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  1. Masak Bareng November 22, 2009 At 7:51 PMthank you…..Reply
  2. Lia Chen November 23, 2009 At 6:07 AMGreat recipe … Your prawn sate looks absolutely delicious :o)Reply
  3. tatabonita November 23, 2009 At 6:13 AMWaaaaaawww… Menggoda sekali… Mbak Peppy, salam kenal yaaa :D. Blognya boleh ku link ya? Makasih… 😀Reply
  4. yohana November 23, 2009 At 11:15 AMmenggoda….^_^Reply
  5. Indonesia-Eats November 23, 2009 At 1:10 [email protected] Masak Bareng: no [email protected] Lia: you should try this, easy to make and perfect with [email protected] tatabonita: makasih udah mampir, silahkan kalo mau [email protected] Yohana: kugoda yahh :[email protected] Tricia: come over here 🙂Reply
  6. Tricia November 23, 2009 At 5:55 PMI want some!!! Drool!Reply
  7. Indonesia-Eats November 23, 2009 At 8:10 [email protected] Masak Bareng: no [email protected] Lia: you should try this, easy to make and perfect with [email protected] tatabonita: makasih udah mampir, silahkan kalo mau [email protected] Yohana: kugoda yahh 😛@ Tricia: come over here 🙂Reply
  8. Retno Prihadana November 23, 2009 At 11:14 PMUenakkk, mantebb iki Pep.Reply
  9. Little Corner of Min November 24, 2009 At 5:05 AMYummilicious to the last bite!Thanks for providing me with the new RSS link. 🙂Reply
  10. Retno Prihadana November 24, 2009 At 6:14 AMUenakkk, mantebb iki Pep.Reply
  11. Little Corner of Mine November 24, 2009 At 12:05 PMYummilicious to the last bite!Thanks for providing me with the new RSS link. 🙂Reply
  12. noobcook November 25, 2009 At 1:31 AMIt makes me very hungry to look at your photo. Yummy prawns :)~Reply
  13. Cynthia December 7, 2009 At 6:17 AMI need to move away from my computer. I’ve just had some filling oats for breakfast but looking at this is making me unreasonably hungry 🙂Reply
  14. Sate Komoh Recipe (Indonesian Spiced Beef Saté – East Java Style) | Indonesia Eats July 9, 2012 At 4:55 PM[…] sauce. Sate Komoh, Sate Padang (Padang Curried Beef Saté), Sate Kerang (Clam Saté), Sate Plappa, Madura Prawn Sate, Sate Pentul (Minced Beed Saté), Sate Lilit Bali (Balinese Seafood Saté) are some of the Satés […]Reply

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