Wrapping Satay

Aphrodisiac, straightforwardly, is interpreted as increasing libidos. Thus, aphrodisiac food is intended to increase your sexual desire. Many foods are believed to be aphrodisiacs. One of them is mutton.

Well, this time, we present to you the satay menu with mutton. Good luck. Enjoy the menu, and um!


250 g of fat-free mutton chopped roughly
1 tsp of cooking oil
10 skewers

Crushed spices:

6 red onions
5 cloves of garlic
1 tbsp of toasted coriander
½ tsp of cumin
5 hazelnuts

Soy sauce:

4 tbsp of soy sauce
6 cayenne peppers sliced thinly
6 red onions sliced into ½ cm
2 green tomatoes sliced to taste
1 lime taken the juice

Place slices of cayenne peppers, red onions, and green tomatoes in a container.
Pour soy sauce and give lime juice.

How to make:

Saute the crushed spices in a nonstick skillet.
Put the spices into the chopped mutton with salt, pepper, and nutmeg.
Stir well.
When stirring, wet your hands with cooking oil.
Take one handful of mutton then condense and stick to the skewer.
Do it until the dough runs out.
Wrap each satay with aluminum foil.
Grill with charcoal until it's half-cooked.
Try the fire not too big.
Open the foil and continue burning to cooked.
Serve satay immediately with soy sauce.

For 5 servings:

Nutrition facts per serving:

Calorie: 148 kcal
Protein: 11 g
Fat: 9.4 g
Carbohydrate: 4.8 g
Cholesterol: 35 mg
Fiber: 1.8 g

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