Steak Sticks

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I’m fairly certain they have a more formal name then “steak stick”. Care to enlighten me?


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    TheNewCultKingX
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    beef satay?

    Pants
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    Souvlaki, metinks.

    NirvanaNine
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    Uh..shish-kabobs?..

    FlyingMantisShrimp
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    Cat.

    Kero
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    They are called shish-kabobs..

    Acriticalgent
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    kabob? yes kabob

    Zasz
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    Steak on a Stake

    Kendo_Bunny
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    If it’s Korean, it’s bulgogi

    ShutterCat
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    if you’re just talking about the stick, it’s a bamboo skewer.

    tromboneamafone
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    beef yakitori if it is Japanese

    Caio
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    I’m just going to add the word steak-kabob to this conversation.

    kampongchicken
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    Shashlik? After a while, we’re gone from alternative formal names to foreign translations …

    Kendo_Bunny
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    Well, they’re all prepared somewhat differently. I just can’t tell from the picture whether it bulgogi, yakitori, shashlik, a kabob, or what. Though the cutting suggests bulgogi or yakitori- shashlik and kabobs tend to be cut in smaller chunks.

    dorix
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    They’re called “Meat delivery mechanisms”.

    Halon50
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    Bulgogi is the Korean marinated beef, thinly-sliced and typically served in a broth with onions and perhaps a touch of ginger.

    Kabob, Kebap, Kebabi, etc are the middle-eastern and Mediterranean names for what this dish appears to be. Cubes of beef placed on a skewer and grilled or suspended directly over gas flames or charcoal. It appears some of the cubes have fused to adjacent pieces which is typical for high-heat cooking.

    Enough science talk and entymology. It looks delicious!

    Halon50
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    I forgot to mention satay – the Indonesian or Malaysian skewer (or Filipino I suppose, any of the Micronesia/Macronesia islands). Satay is usually served with a thick and chunky peanut-based sauce; the brown dressing on the plate looks too thin and watery to contain peanuts.

    phaed
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    Well, if it’s got a fair amount of meat innit, it’s called Souvlaki round our parts.

    What we call that thing in the picture is Fail.

    AAK15
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    Soulvaki is the greek version. It’s made of lamb. It’s fucking amazing xinfinity when you actually get it in Greece

    Babazon
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    SISH KEBAB rings a bell?