Halal is an Islamic of cuisines served under Islam law for certain different meats served with sauce. This popular cuisine being served in the Arab Emirates, especially Dubai. Pork is not permitted under the Islamic law for Muslims. This halal meat may include fish, beef, chicken, goat, other seafood, or tofu. Satay originated from Java, Indonesia.Satay has become a national cuisine in Indonesia. This is necessary cuisine, meat that has been blessed, for Muslims.
Turmeric is a necessary additive used to season the satay. Some have also used different varieties of meat. Sate Ambal- The chicken is soaked with seasoning for about two hours to make the meat tastier.
Sate Makassar- Made from cow beef marinated in sauce.
Sate Telur Puyuh-Several quail eggs hardboiled are placed into skewers.
Sate Kelinci-Rabbit meat Satay.
Sate Ular- exotic reptile meats like snakes
Halal Satay is commonly found served in Thailand, Philippines, Singapore, Netherlands, Malaysia, and Europe. People from the Philippines, call this barbecue. Pork is a non-halal cuisines and it is forbidden by Quran. Dishes that are not considered to be pure are called haram. The only time a Muslim is allowed to eat haram cuisine is when no Muslim food or halal is available to prevent death and starvation.
Under Islamic law, the meat must be purchased only from a food supplier that uses Muslim or halal practices. Satay is one of the earliest cuisines to be associated with Singapore and can be found here.
Halal ready meals are a growing consumer market for Britain and America for the Muslims. The animal is blessed during slaughter. Hal;ah is the practice and satay is the food. You can find out more about halal foods by studying the practice of Muslims, their faith and cultures. All of the meat is blessed during the slaughtering process. After this it s shipped to the halal food supplier.