Friday, November 11, 2011

My Cooking - Ayam Goreng Rempah

I cooked this dish on Deepavali holiday. This is my very first experience in cooking Malay Cuisine. What make me think of cooking this dish, because, lately i got addicted with this ayam goreng rempah, there is a stall at our office building food court selling very nice nasi kukus with ayam goreng rempah, my colleagues saw me almost having it twice every week, she asked me how come you don't want to learn how to cook this dish, very easy.

She gave me her recipe, and i read through and of course i had asked tons of question on what is what, hahahah, got quite confuse and don't know what the ingredient is and some of the herbs.

This is the ingredients you need ~



Onion - 6 nos (you can add more if you like more onion)

daun limau / kaffir lime leave - 2 pcs

bawang putih / garlic - 4 cloves (mine look a lot, because the recipe i get was 4 biji, i thought biji as in 4 bulbs!!!! That explain my rempah a bit bitter because of too much garlic, malay cuisine not like chinese, need a lot garlic.)

candlenut / buah keras - 6 nos

Coriander seed / ketumbar - 1 big spoon

Tamarind juice / air assam - 1 spoon of tamarind paste and mix with water.



blended all the ingredient above together and this is what you will get.


Galangal / Lengkuas - the main ingredient! If you like to get more rempah, you can put more.

This is the ready one, so i don't need to blend myself.


put in some oil and cooked the ingredients first till it fragrant


then add in chicken and cooked and slowly add in 500cc water and salt, keep stir and cook till the water dried.


this is what you get...

You can leave it aside first, when you about to have dinner, fried the chicken together with the rempah. Serve it hot and really nice to go with a bowl of rice.


this is the final result.


Rempah. I keep it in a container, it go nice with the rice, yummmm!!


You can sprinkle the rempah on top of the chicken too.

First time trying and not bad, i get the taste correct except some part of the rempah a bit bitter, as i mistaken on the garlic nos. *note to myself*

It sure taste as good as it look! :D


12 comments:

janice said...

how to LIKE this post ?? hahaha.. very nice..

Inspired Momx1 said...

Wow! Your ayam goreng rempah looks soooo sinfully delicious. Can I have some? :) Compared to you, I am a lazy bum bum, only cook simply meals. Hahaha..

Small Kucing said...

very delicious post wor :)

reanaclaire said...

One drumstick and lots of rempah please!! *slurp*

suituapui said...

Drool! Drool! It looks absolutely delicious. Hmmmm...next time, you come back to Sibu...can cook for me? LOL!!!

Coffeesncookies said...

I'm sure it tastes as good as it looks. Wheis our rempah date ???

Yee Ling said...

Yummmy...it should goes well with rice. SLurrpp!

Annie Q said...

janice: hahhaha..glad you "like" this post. :) Thanks!

Inspired Momx1: i am also lazy, unless i am in the mood or i want to cook the food that i like, if no all will be easy cooking too. hahahhaha

small kucing: thank you thank you. :)

reanaclaire: yes madam! Come right away. :)

Arthur: Yes, sure, when i am back next round i will cook this dish for you, i am sure you will like it.

coffeesncookies: when i cook again, i will call you ok or i keep some rempah for you. :)

Yee Ling: Yes, the rempah goes well with rice. Yum!!

prince n princess mum said...

Wow! Looks so yummy!~ Feels hungry after see your post!

chinnee (chinneeq@gmail.com) said...

wah..so tedious and so many steps to do ah...din know goreng rempah need so much effort one, hehe...

jacss said...

ooh man...this look so good but im no good with those spices!! i dowan recipe, i wan eat only hehe :P

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