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Malaysias National SnackI went to a Malaysian restaurant with my family last weekend to try some new Asian dishes we never tasted before The name of the restaurant is Yazmin Malaysian Restaurant That restaurant is located on Las Tunas Drive San Gabriel We ordered the curry noodles the spicy chicken wings the curry squids and the satay Among the foods we ordered I would like to describe a dish that is called Satay It is so delicious and it is a new Asian dish that I never tasted beforeThere are many interesting Malaysian traditional things in that Malaysia restaurant The restaurant was decorated by hanging the Malaysian traditional kites and posters with Malaysia famous places Besides the kites and the posters there also has some traditional clothes on the walls The boss called that is the Batik clothes Thus I felt that I was like that I was eating in Malaysia in that timeWe ordered some Malaysia traditional foods and one of those dishes that I like it very much That is Satay Satay is a barbecued meat on a skewer There are five skewers on a plate accompany with some bite-size cubes of cold cook rice and the cool slices of cucumber and uncook red onion Along with it there is a smaller plate filled with spicy peanut gravy By using the same skewer I dipped the meat into the spicy peanut gravy before I tasted it Then I speared a cube of cold cook rice and dipped into the gravy Besides the bite-size of rice I also speared a slice of cucumber and a slice of red onion and dipped them into the gravy It is so delicious until I had eaten up all the sataySatays meat is marinated and threaded through thin bamboo skewers before grilled When it is grilled it is basted with margarine by using a lemon grass as brush I believe this made the smell better However the
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