soya beans paste
I found this recipe from my Indonesian magazine that i bought 2 years ago. That time I'm not interested to cook any Indonesian food, because they are seems complicated to me, like grinding the ingredients or find the herbs for the dish, especially i got pregnant soon after i arrived here ^_^, So every time i bought magazine it went straight to the boxes after i read them.
Now that i started cooking Indonesian food and have more time, as well as the "gear", i feel ready to try any recipe, so i started to search and open my boxes of magazine, cut the recipe, arrange them on the file and tried them one by one.
2 years ago i never really talked about Indonesian food, or how to make them, because i don't know how and feel ashamed, but now I'm ready to experiment more and feel free to talk about my traditional food.
Since i have my blog, my cooking is more variety, I try to cook different food if i could, sometimes Asian sometimes Western food. And best of all i can share them to all my friends, i tried to make a good picture, so it doesn't look boring. So enjoy!!
Ayam pedas masak tauco
- 500 gr Chicken fillet ( i used drum stick and boil them first)
- 2 tablespoon Soya beans paste ( tauco)
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 2 tablespoon veg oil
- 2 shallot
- 5 lime leaves
- 1 turmeric leave ( i skip this)
- 4 red chillies
- 4 big red chillies
- 5 eschallot
- 1 cm ginger
- 1 stalk lemongrass
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- Marinate chicken with soya beans paste, salt and 1 tablespoon veg oil.
- Add sliced ingredients and grind ingredients, mix well and rub them on the chicken.
- Heat oil in a large frying pan, add chicken mixture, cook for 15 minutes or until chicken cooked trough, season with sugar and salt.
- Serve with warm rice.