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Quick Recipe: Sate Beef with spinach

sate beef with spinach

Since I am alone in my dormitory and also I am in a tight budget. I always cook for myself specially on weekend so that I can lessen my monthly expenses. What I have cooked today is sate or satay beef with a little bit of spinach. I seldom cook foods that’s going to take time because I am very hungry when I got back from work.

Here’s my quick recipe’s ingredients and directions:

Preparation time: 5 minutes

cooking time: 5 minutes


  • beef (depends on how many servings, I usually prepare that’s enough for my lunch and inner)
  • Ginger ( little slice of ginger)
  • Garlic or garlic powder ( 3 to 4 cloves of garlic or garlic powder if you don’t have garlic in your kitchen will do)
  • rice wine (1 spoon or you can skip this if you don’t have rice wine in your kitchen)
  • 1 fresh chili to spice things up
  • sate/satay paste
  • 2 table spoon soy sauce
  • spinach (depends on your if you want more spinach or more beef)


Heat oil in your frying pan, pour in ginger then your beef and stir it while frying ( don’t over cook it or it’s going to be hard to bite, cook about 2 minutes for medium done). Pour in garlic powder, sate/ satay paste, rice wine and soy sauce then mix it well for a minute. Throw in your spinach and stir it for 30 seconds then turn off your stove. Lunch and dinner is ready!

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