What is the difference between Kebabs and Satay?

The difference between kebabs and satay

is that “kebabs” is a dish of pieces of meat, fish, or vegetables roasted on a skewer or spit, especially a doner kebab and “satay” is a dish made from small pieces of meat or fish grilled on a skewer and served with a spicy peanut sauce, originating from Indonesia and Malaysia.

kebabs

satay

Noun

  • (Britain) A dish of pieces of meat, fish, or vegetables roasted on a skewer or spit, especially a doner kebab.
  • (US) A shish kebab or any other food on a skewer.
  • (chemistry) The outward growing portions of a shish kebab structure.

Verb

  • (transitive) To roast in the style of a kebab

Exemple

  • I see myself and Quest falling over backwards and his body rolling off my legs, and that wicked metal pommel winking in the sun, having almost kebabbed me.

Noun

  • A dish made from small pieces of meat or fish grilled on a skewer and served with a spicy peanut sauce, originating from Indonesia and Malaysia.

Examples

  • Crabbe bought sateh for all: tiny knobs and wedges of fire-hot meat on wooden skewers, to be dipped in a lukewarm sauce of fire and eaten with slivers of sweet potato and cucumber.