Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Ayam Kecap // Chicken in dark soybean sauce




I remember, 4 5 years ago .. I was a newly wed and must to moved to different country, far from my beloved mom , I did not know how to cooked at all .. I just know how to boiled water -LOL-

OMG , I just realized this will gonna be a nightmare, off course we couldn't afford to eat in restaurants every night . So, every morning I called my mom to asked some simply recipes - hmm , I just listened my mom explained how to cook by phone .. well , seemed so easy .. OK, no big deal. !! But there was a big deal, ^_^ when my husband finished last spoon he said, food was ok .. but chicken didn't cook .. ha..ha..ha..

Today, I have no idea what for dinner, so all sudden I remember one of my mom original recipes :-) , and become my signature recipes after that. Every friends who have a dinner at our home always ask me to make this chicken dish.
Thank you to Lore , who hosting the Original Recipe event for this month :-) and you guys, please check the round up here : http://culinarty.sapiensworks.com/articles/original-recipes-monthy-round-up-event/ and find another recipes from every contestant too ^-^


AYAM KECAP // CHICKEN in SOY BEAN SAUCE

Ingredients:

1 lbs chicken , wash, cut into pieces

1 onion, cut in slices

5 garlic, grind

6 tbsp dark soy bean sauce - "Kecap Bango" the famous Indonesian soybean sauce

1 tbsp salt

1 tbsp white pepper

2 tbsp lime juice
1 tbsp chicken stock powder *optional*

Directions :

In a medium non stick pot, put all chickens - rub every side of chicken with garlic, salt and white pepper . Cover pan with a lid, cooked with low heat until chicken tender .


Fry chickens until medium golden brown around 5 minute , don't burn your chicken. Set a side


Saute onion until fragrant then add the chickens - season with soybean sauce, stir it for 5 minutes , adjust the taste - add lime juice and ready to serve with white hot rice.

3 comments:

jesse said...

Yummmm, this is one of my favourite dishes EVER! Thanks for the recipe!

Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow dear...Chicken in soy sauce sounds mouth watering....Simply yummy...Love the shawl in the background....

Fitri said...

@ Jesse : Your welcome :-)

@ Lubna : Thank you Lubna