Friday, January 15, 2010

AYAM MASAK MERAH BEREMPAH


This chicken dish was a popular  choice to pair with  biryani , ghee rice, pulao or even bread.

Made with blended dry chili, tomato puree and spices,  hence it got its name from the color of this dish Merah (Red).

For this recipe, the chicken pieces are coated with turmeric and salt then deep fried until half cooked prior to cooking of this dish. It was quite spicy but you can always reduce the chili used according to your tolerance.  If you want to try out, here is the recipe:

INGREDIENTS

1 whole chicken cut into 8 or 10 pieces
3 big onions cut into ring
1 inch cinnamon
3 cardamoms
200g tomato puree
2 lemon grass bruise
1 in galangal bruise
3 tomatoes cut into wedges
coriander leaves
salt and sugar to taste
1 teaspoon turmeric powder
oil

GRIND INTO PASTE

10-15 dry chilies
4 cloves garlic
1 inch ginger
2 tablespoons coriander seed
1 tablespoon cumin seed

METHOD

1. Wash chicken pieces, coat with turmeric and salt. Deep fry until half cooked. Drain and keep aside.

2. Heat the oil, fry the onion, cinnamon, cardamom, lemon grass, galangal and ground ingredients until fragrant.

3. Add in the fried chicken, tomato puree, salt, sugar and 1 cup of water, cook until thicken.

4. Now add the tomatoes and coriander leaves. Remove from heat.

5. Serve with rice or bread of your choice.

Source : Siti Latifah Yusop

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1 comment:

Binitha said...

what a different name...from where is it originally?

Binitha
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