The Best Thai Beef Satae' (Satay) Angus Certified is being cooked at Kung Fu Thai and Chinese Restaurant in Las Vegas Nevada. Our Master Chef starts off by using the premium United States Department of Agriculture rated (USDA) Certified Angus Beef Flank Steak sliced then marinated with the Master Chef's special Thai satae' sauce for over 24 hours, then carefully skewered onto a bamboo stick, which is then grilled until its well done, and then served the traditional Thai way with a Special creamy peanut based mildly spiced dipping sauce, along with a mini cucumber salad, and toast.
Thais enjoy this appetizer by first dipping the beef into the peanut based "Satae' sauce, once a bite is taken the skewer is then used to fork a piece of cucumber in the mini cup cucumber salad, which acts as a chaser to the rich flavored Certified Angus Beef. The toast is normally enjoyed by itself, after being dipped into the Satay peanut based sauce.
Thai Dining Tips
If your dining with Thais, the concept of Apetizers, soups and main course becomes a bit blurr. In Thai dining, everything is served at the same time, and thus enjoyed at the same time. It wouldn't be out of the ordinary, actually more common in the Thai dinner table to see the Soup, appetizers, Thai Salads, main entree', and noodle dish all being served up, and eaten at the same time. That's why there's the hot pot for the spicy soup such as Tom Yum Shrimp soup, the hot pot is not merely for asthetic, but the purpose is to keep the soup hot during the entire course of the meal lunch, or dinner. Due to the richness of the cuisine, Thais like to put their soup onto the steamed Jasmine rice before taking a spoonful, the same is true with appetizers, a piece of Certified Angus Beef Satae' with the peanut based satae' sauce is a wonderful complement with a piping hot spoonful of steamed Jasmine rice.