Satay or satay, in Indonesian spelling, is a Southeast Asian dish of seasoned, shredded and grilled meat, served with sauce. The

earliest preparation of satay is believed to have originated in Javanese cuisine, but has spread almost anywhere in Indonesia, where it

has become a national dish. Indonesian satay is often served with peanut sauce – a sauce made from peanut butter, and is often accompanied

by lontong, a type of rice cake, although the country's diversity has produced a variety of satay dishes. It is also popular in many

other Southeast Asian countries including Brunei, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand. It is also recognized and popular in

Suriname and the Netherlands. In Sri Lanka, it has become a major part of the local diet as a result of influences from the local Malay

community.Satay may include shredded or shredded chicken, goat, mutton, beef,pork, fish, other meats or tofu; Bamboo skewers are often used,

while the rustic style of preparation uses skewers from the central vein of the coconut palm stem.These are grilled or barbecued over a

wood or charcoal fire, then served with various spicy seasonings. Satay can be served in various sauces; However, they are often served

in combination with soy and peanut sauce. Therefore, peanut sauce is often called satay sauce. It is popular as a street

food, and can be obtained from a traveling satay vendor, from a roadside tent-restaurant, an upscale restaurant