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       Title: THAI SATAY
  Categories: Thai, Appetizers, Beef
       Yield: 1 servings
            - Pam Coombes RNCM95A
            - MM:MK VMXV03A
   1 1/2 lb Beef sirloin tip or top
            -round, cut in 1 cubes
       2    Cloves garlic, crushed
       1 ts Salt
     1/2 ts Fresh ground black pepper
       1 ts Sugar
       2 tb Lemon juice
       1 tb Soy sauce
   Rub beef with garlic, pressing garlic into meat.
   Sprinkle with salt, pepper, and sugar. Cut beef inot
   1-inch pieces; thread on skewers. Set aside. Combine
   lemon juice and soy sauce; brush over meat. Grill or
   broil 3 to 4 inches from heat until borwned on all
   sides. Serve with Satay Sauce Makes 4 to 6 servings
   Pork Satay: Use lean pork instead of beef; season with
   1/2 t powdered ginger and 1/4 t cinnamon in addition
   to pepper. Satay Sauce 2 cloves of garlic, crushed 4 T
   peanut butter 1 T vinegar or lemon juice 3 T soy sauce
   1/4 t cayenne 4 T hot water (1/4 Cup) Combine all
   ingredients, beat to blend. Makes about 3/4 cup.Now to
   me it would not be complete without this cucumber
   condiment (makes 1 cup) 1 firm, medium sized cucumber
   2 T distilled vinegar 2 T sugar 1 t salt 1/4 t ground
   white pepper 1/2 small yellow onion, peeled, sliced
   lengthwise into paper thin slivers 12 paper thin
   lengthwise slivers of seeded hot fresh red chile
   peppers, about 1/4 inch long
   Garnish:  1/2 c dry roasted unsalted peanuts, coarsley
   chopped. Julienne the cucumber. In a deep bowl, stir
   the vinegar, sugar,salt and white pepper until well
   blended. Add the remaining ingredients, except
   peanuts, and toss with the marinade. Top with the
   peanuts just befor serving. Serve at once or cover and
   chill no longer than 2 hours before serving. Hope you
   like and again Welcome, Pam in Fairfax,VA