Actually, this is not my first food that I cook over here in Marjon...because currently I only have the picture of this recipe so I think it will be right to post this one first... So that all of you who might be interested in trying this recipe will have a rough picture (or idea) how the outcome of the recipe should look like huhhuh ... I took the recipe from someone in the net but I have changed the original recipe... so help your self to this one
Ayam Goreng Berempah.
1 whole chicken cut into 10 - 12 pieces
2 big red onion
5 cloves of garlic
1 inch or a thumb of galangal (Lengkuas)
1 inch or a thumb of ginger
1 inch or a thumb of turmeric (Kunyit) or 2 teaspoon of the powdered one
2 lemons grass (Serai)
2 tea spoons of cumin (Jintan Manis)
2 tea spoons of black cumin (Jintan Hitam)
2 table spoons curry powder
Corn flour (4 generous table spoons or more)
Salt to taste
Curry leaves (if you have, if don't never mind)
- Cut and clean the chicken properly. Make sure you dried the water a little bit.
- Blend all the ingredients - herbs and spices (except the salt, egg, corn flour and the chicken of course )
- Then using hands ... Yes both of your bare hands make sure it clean!!!! Mix the blended stuff with the chicken properly and add salt to taste.
- Let the chicken marinated with all the blended stuff for about an hour.
- Before you fry it, add the egg and corn flour and mix it well.
- Fry the chicken and put the curry leaves in the oil while you were frying.
Well there you have it the recipe that I have improvised... The taste was ok with me... By the way...this fried chicken remind me the one that we always eat in Pak Lang's Cafeteria (IPBArian you know what I mean) huuuhh Miss that friend chicken.. but this one is not the same as that one... a little bit different I think... because I can't find any curry leaves here (must look for it!!!!!! ) Just a tip for all of you.. dried the chicken properly (orang Melayu cakap tuskan ayam tu, bagi kurang air supaya tak banyak air masa nak goreng nanti). Hope all of you who read this post will try this recipe.... Thanks =)