Another cooking attempt today, and boy oh boy, this stuff is da BOMB 💣
Each portion has a chicken tenderloin and a chicken thigh. The sauce is a blend between bangkok peanut sauce and spicy szechuan sauce. Used the leftover sauce and mixed it in with some barley and rice for a little kick. Then, the dish is topped off with green beans.
I'm no expert cook; there's so many more things I meed to learn. Each attempt is another try to get better and make delicious meals though 😋
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Baked Chicken with Sweet Soy Sauce! From where I come from, there's this all-time favorite Kecap Bango, the comforting sweet soy sauce that's present in almost every household. Here, it gives the baked chicken a smooth-tasting finish.
Pre-heat oven at 180°C.
Cut shallots and garlic, transfer into a mortar along with ground ginger, coriander, turmeric, a dash of cumin and salt and pepper. Prepare enough so you can spare half part for the baking sauce later. Grind (or use a food processor). Drip lime over pre-washed chicken strips. Boil chicken together with half of the ground ingredients, plus bay leaves, in a covered pot for 20-30 minutes.
Take chicken pieces out with a thong, transfer into a baking dish. Pour 1/4 cup of sweet soy sauce into the remaining part of the ingredients. Mix well, pour it over chicken. Bake for 25 minutes. Note: You can replace the sweet soy sauce by blending regular soy sauce and brown sugar.
Originally posted by @bonappetitmag
So @emmafishman has something to say. “It’s honeynut squash season y’all.” Based on @milkkarten’s squash, black-eyed pea and coconut curry, it seems that it is in fact, honeynut squash season. Recipe from @meerasodha’s “Fresh India”.