08 Aug '16, 2am

BBQ Chicken Wings: Low and Slow Grillin' - ieatishootipost:

This story follows my previous story about Lim’s Fried Oyster . both of these stalls are located in the same area of Berseh Food Centre. I was alerted to it by my friend Damien who told me about a masked couple selling satay which he felt was very well grilled such that it was slight charred on the outside but still nice and juicy on the inside! In the past, most satay hawkers made their own satay and so each stall will have their own special blend of spices as well as dipping sauce. Unfortunately, nowadays a lot of satay sellers don’t actually make their own anymore. There is a lot of work involved in skewering the satay and most hawkers just don’t have the manpower to do this. Some of these satay hawkers expanded to central kitchens where they are able to increase their production capacity and become suppliers while others outsourced their satays from them. If memory ser...

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