SATE KLATAK JEJERAN, Savoury with Simple SpicesCategory : Culinary Tourism
Overnight in Yogyakarta was still less if it didn't taste the satay klatak Jejeran Imogiri. Jejeran is traditional markets are transformed into market satay klatak at night and never lonely buyers. Not difficult to find a location satay klatak Jejeran; from the Giwangan crossroads, takes the south along the East Imogiri Street; follow the road straight up to see the red light crossroads Jejeran Market, Wonokromo. Exactly, in the south left, there are four ''lesehan'' satay klatak such as Sabari, Zabid, Sujono are ready to serve you.
Unlike the other goat satay, satay klatak Jejeran is unique because uses only natural spices, spice blends without was smeared make out the smell of sate is delicious. Approximately 20 types of natural ingredients used to make satay klatak sauce such as salts, garlic's, shallots, chillies, bay leaves, and other seasonings.
Satay klatak Jejeran only was smeared with salt water before burn. Although spices are used very simple, goat meat is savoury and slightly salty taste. ''Prengus''(smell goat) also remain behind until cooked. Satay klatak stick has different from other stick. It's was made from the bars of a bicycle wheel. Besides not easily broken if burned, bars can also be used. Use of this just added to the bars of the maturity level of the satay.
One portion of satay klatak contains two slices of mutton cubes. Satay klatak sauce served on a plate of ''gule'', a plate of rice and a glass of hot tea which was given a sugar cube. The price of satay klatak is Rp 12.500 for one portion complete with rice, and drinking.
To be able to enjoy the satay klatak, you have to wait patiently, because almost every night satay klatak stalls were crowded with shoppers. The night of the week and holiday, buyers who want to enjoy satay klatak more than generally.
The shoppers from outside the city such as Solo, Surabaya and Jakarta have accidentally come to Yogyakarta to e the satay klatak.
Although the origin name of satay klatak consists of several versions, but it has a specific goat sate the same, namely meat sliced thick and large, only a seasoned salt, pierced with iron bars of a bicycle, was burned on coals, and are still with iron bars. Satay klatak can only be enjoyed in the Jejeran Market, because it will not exist in other areas.
Teks : Placidia Ratih
Photo : Jackson MT