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31. Posted by Herr Bert (Moderator 1384 posts) 9y

Quoting wouterrr

u will get it to worldpress if u forget mickeyboabs birthday...

who?

32. Posted by wouterrr (Travel Guru 3379 posts) 9y

Quoting Herr Bert

Quoting wouterrr

u will get it to worldpress if u forget mickeyboabs birthday...

who?

the eternal respected member

33. Posted by wouterrr (Travel Guru 3379 posts) 9y

u will get it to worldpress if u make a televisionshow about who gets the kidneys of a dying person.

34. Posted by Hien (Moderator 3906 posts) 9y

Quoting Purdy

Ok - Nasi - covered in peanut sauce:

Nasi (indonesian dish) - sounds like Nazi - German Facist
Peanut Sauce is satay for the nasi - OR Peanut butter which you can spread on a breakfast item (bagel or toast etc)

SO now you get this?

Last I checked, Indonesian Nasi and Malaysian Nasi still mean the same thing. So, let's get this straight.

Nasi means rice in Malay/Indonesian. So it's not an Indonesian dish. The white colour cube-like thingy that you eat with satay is made from rice. Well, it IS rice, just in a compressed form because of the way it's prepared. That's why it's called nasi, or sometimes nasi himpit ('pressed' rice).

Satay is the grilled marinated meat (chicken/beef/mutton/rabbit/ostrich) in sticks which you dip in the peanut sauce.

Ok, I'm hungry now.

35. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 9y

Quoting Hien

Satay is the grilled marinated meat (chicken/beef/mutton/rabbit/ostrich) in sticks which you dip in the peanut sauce.

It just begs the question... How do they get the meat IN the sticks?? Last satay I had the meat was ON the stick - skewered.

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36. Posted by Purdy (Travel Guru 3546 posts) 9y

Quoting Hien

Quoting Purdy

Ok - Nasi - covered in peanut sauce:

Nasi (indonesian dish) - sounds like Nazi - German Facist
Peanut Sauce is satay for the nasi - OR Peanut butter which you can spread on a breakfast item (bagel or toast etc)

SO now you get this?

Last I checked, Indonesian Nasi and Malaysian Nasi still mean the same thing. So, let's get this straight.

Nasi means rice in Malay/Indonesian. So it's not an Indonesian dish. The white colour cube-like thingy that you eat with satay is made from rice. Well, it IS rice, just in a compressed form because of the way it's prepared. That's why it's called nasi, or sometimes nasi himpit ('pressed' rice).

Satay is the grilled marinated meat (chicken/beef/mutton/rabbit/ostrich) in sticks which you dip in the peanut sauce.

Ok, I'm hungry now.

OK H1 l bow to your superior knowledge - l had Nasi in Bali thats why l went with Indonesian. I am suitable chasitized and also much more knowledgable now on Asian cuisine!!!!!!!!!!1

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[ Edit: Edited on Jun 1, 2007, at 1:32 AM by Purdy ]

37. Posted by Utrecht (Moderator 5595 posts) 9y

Nasi has become a typical dutch dish as well, kinda of kroket or frikandel for people who like to eat a restaurant. Really, the asian restaurants in holland are horrible. Totally different from the real asian food in Indonesia and China....or Malaysia but haven't been there.

38. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 9y

Quoting Utrecht

...kinda of kroket or frikandel for people who like to eat a restaurant...

Wow! Now that would get world press!!!!

39. Posted by Utrecht (Moderator 5595 posts) 9y

Quoting Isadora

Quoting Utrecht

...kinda of kroket or frikandel for people who like to eat a restaurant...

Wow! Now that would get world press!!!!

LOL, my stomach hurts already while thinking about it. Although, with a very spice satay sauce, it can be done

40. Posted by wouterrr (Travel Guru 3379 posts) 9y

Quoting Utrecht

Nasi has become a typical dutch dish as well, kinda of kroket or frikandel for people who like to eat a restaurant. Really, the asian restaurants in holland are horrible. Totally different from the real asian food in Indonesia and China....or Malaysia but haven't been there.

the best Asian food is from Europe.