Pork Sate with homemade sate sauce

Yesterday, it was fantastic weather and I just had to light the grill once more. Nobody to cook for, so I kept it simple, but not less tasty!

For the sate I bought a pork tenderloin of about 400 grams. Not much, but it will do the trick just fine! I’ve cutted it up in a small cubes, most of them the same size, of course.

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The next thing to do was to cut up, very finely, a spanish pepper, and about 3 cloves of garlic. I do love my garlic, and I’m not scared of it one bit! Very healthy too!

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Just mix it in and add a nice shot of soy sauce and some good olive oil. Mix it all well and placed it in a ziplock bag and in the fridge for a nice overnight stay.

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Next day, I fired up the grill and waited until it was simmering hot! I took the sate meat and placed it on wooden sticks, that I soaked a long time in water.

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When the grill was ready, I placed them very shortly on the coals, turning them rather quickly. about 30 seconds per side.

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After that, I moved them to an indirect spot. This is when I made the sate sauce, but more about that over here.

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Once ready, just serve with some bread and enjoy! I know I did!

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