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April 15th, 2008 24 Comments

Malaysian Chicken Satay

Malaysian Chicken Satay

What do you do when you have 5 hours layover in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia?

For me, as a foodie, and a true Malaysian, I hopped on the 28-minute KLIA Ekspres straight into downtown KL for some serious chow. Inflight food? No thanks! I have better grub for my stomach…(more picture after the jump)

Malaysian Chicken Satay and Peanut Sauce

3:30 pm–Arriving at KLIA (Kuala Lumpur International Airport)
3:35 pm–Calling up my fellow flogger Delicious Asian Food to make “makan” (means eating in Malay) plans
3:40 pm–Hopping on KLIA Ekspres
4:08 pm–Arriving at KL Sentral Station
4:10 pm–Meeting up with Delicious Asian Food and then onto KL’s famed Chinatown, Petaling Street or in Cantonese “Wai Sek Kai” which aptly means Gluttons Street.
4:30 pm–Feasting on these yummylicious chicken satay and peanut sauce (I slurped it dry), fresh coconut juice, and more food–a dish that I have been missing for years…

…to be continued in my next post!

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24 comments... read them below or add one

  1. mimi says:

    U must be very satisfy….

  2. pablopabla says:

    Thankfully, the gravy on the back of my shirt has been removed using Dynamo!

    It was great chowing with you yesterday!

  3. Keropok Man says:

    i can eat 50 sticks of satay at one sitting! :-)

    a bit gila right? haha..

  4. Indonesia-Eats says:

    Goshh beee, these sate really caught my eyes and made me drool. Chicken sate with spicy peanut sauce definetely one of my favorite food street hawkers while I was in Indonesia. Selamat Makan, Bee

    Don’t forget to share es kelapa muda (fresh coconut juice) with me :-P

  5. Claude-Olivier says:

    Ahhh I would like to pass into the screen and eat all this stuff !!! I looks so good! cheers

  6. Salt & Turmeric says:

    oh my! u did tht? haha. but i think id have done the same thing myself if i were in ur shoes. did u go to the roadside stall at PS? 1of my fav satay stalls is in PS. better than kajang satay. ;)

  7. Syrie says:

    Yum. I can just imagine the delicious smell.

  8. Hillary says:

    Ok yeaa…chicken satay is my favorite! And that sauce…I MUST try that!

  9. Lydia (The Perfect Pantry) says:

    There is nothing like eating satay on the street in Malaysia. I’ve never had anything that tasted as good.

  10. Piggy says:

    I salute you… you will do anything for food, ya? :-D

    The satay looks so yummy! I’m sure your effort is worth it. :-)

  11. mama bok says:

    Lucky you ..!! i wanna go home too..!

  12. aria says:

    oh how lucky! those look fabulous!

  13. Sugar Bean says:

    I guess satay is one of the best Malaysian food. It’s something that can be rarely seen in overseas I guess. I miss them so badly when I was in UK.

  14. Helen says:

    wow you’re making me soooo hungry!

    By the way, I’m a new reader to your blog but you just got a new frequent reader! haha

    I just went to a Malaysians Basic cooking class and you basically have everything that was taught in the class here! And gorgeous pictures too! I am just starting to learn food photography myself, so seeing your photography really gives me motivation to keep trying =)

    Thanks!

  15. Marc @ NoRecipes says:

    Ohh man that looks good! Wish you had a recipe.

  16. taste tester says:

    Gorgeous photos!

  17. Zen Chef says:

    Gotta love those long layovers in Kuala lumpur. I bet it would be worth missing your flight! hehe. :-)

  18. Wan says:

    While “merantau” in Holland for a month, I was fortunate to stay with a Surinamese friend who can make something like our satay sauce but sweeter with kebabs. However, the first I did upon coming home was to run to the nearest satay stall. Nothing like our own satays. LOL

  19. Precious Pea says:

    Wahh…you really seize the day! Am impressed! Hahaha!

  20. Savvy Gal says:

    oh my gosh, chicken satay look sooooo good.

  21. Pete says:

    Heard about this stall but haven’t try it out yet. Maybe next round when I am in the area. Cheers!

  22. Kewpi says:

    Areyou going to post a recipe for the Chicken Satay???I am drooling

  23. Indonesian says:

    chicken satay from Madura Indonesia

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