Friday, September 7, 2012

Indonesian Fried Chicken With Crumbs (Ayam Goreng Kremes) & Giveaway Result

This fried chicken is extremely yummy. With the additonal yummy crumbs, it's just so finger licking good with a bowl of hot fluffy rice :)
I still need to master how to fry the crumbs properly. Mine was still shattered into small pieces. It should be cumbled together in one piece, thin and crispy with small little holes
It requires lots of cooking oil, right temperature and high level of patience to wait for it to be cooked and the precise time to take it out from the oil
Oh, and also please remember to clear the surrounding area, the oil will splatter everywhere!
As for the chicken, it's pretty straight forward



Recipe is from an Indonesian recipe book: "Masak Mudah & Lezat" by Sisca Soewitomo

Here it is:
(I used pressure cooker to make sure the chicken is soft)

1 free range chicken approximately 1kg, cut into 2parts
1 tbsp juice of a large lime
1 tsp salt
2 salam leaves (Indonesian bay leaves)
2 lime leaves
1/5 litre water
2 stalks of lemongrass, lightly pounded

Blend together:
10 cloves of garlic
8 candlenuts, sliced and fry without oil for awhile
1 tsp coriander powder
1 tbsp salt

For the crumbs:
25g sago flour
25g rice flour
1 tsp baking powder
900ml soup from boiling the chicken

For the chicken:
  1. Wash chicken, brush with mixture of juice of a large lime and salt, leave for 15 minutes, wash and drain
  2. In pressure cooker, boil chicken with salam leaves, lime leaves and lemongrass together with blended ingredients (use function: chicken)
  3. After done, drain chicken, and leave the soup in the pressure cooker pot
  4. In a hot oil, deep fry the chicken til golden brown, drain
For the crumbs:
  1. Mix the chicken soup (while still hot) with sago flour, rice flour and baking powder - stir well
  2. Spoon the mixture in a very hot oil over medium fire, add the mixture one spoonful at a time til the desired amount
  3. Let it cook til golden light brown and holes start to appear, scoop out from the oil and drain
  4. Arrange on top of the fried chicken
*Suggestion for sambal chilli that goes well with this chicken:

6 large red chillis
2 bird's eye chillis (you may add if you like it spicy)
1 tomato, cut small
1 tsp belachan
1/4 tsp salt
a pinch of sugar
1 tbsp oil
  1. Heat oil, fry all ingredients til half cooked, off heat
  2. Mash the mixture with potato masher
  3. Let cool

Ok, now is the time to reveal the winner of my giveaway
I don't have any idea how to do the random pick gadget, so I asked my kids to pick one winner each
So, here are the two lucky ones...

Vivian Pang, picked by my boy - Ian


And coldkohmew, picked by my girl - Abby

 

Congratulations to two of you! Please email me with your mailing address. I have the moulds with me now, will mail out as soon as I receive the emails
Thank you all for participating :)

16 comments:

  1. Congratulations to the winners. I love those crumbs.

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  2. Congrats to the winner!

    I love the crispy crumb, nom nom. First time seeing this method to fry the chicken - using pressure cooker and then only deep fry :)

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    1. hi Yvonne, thks! this is really delicious! :)

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  3. Today is my lucky day! I never think off I can be the lucky winner! Thanks!

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  4. Hi Alice, thanks for dropping by my blog :) you hv very interesting and yummy recipes, so many to try :)

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    1. hi Esther, thks :)
      your have a great blog, thks :)

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  5. Looking crispy and totally mouthwatering! Nice one!

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  6. Congrats to the winners! wow, this chicken look so so crispy and good!

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  7. Love the crumbs .

    Aiyah I have missed the giveaway. Congrats to the winners.

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    1. hi Angel, hopefully the next time I have giveaway you'll win it ya :P

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  8. Congrats to the winners! Most unusual recipe but certainly love those crumbs!

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