recipe | saturday cooking: indonesian food

suddenly feeling so proud for the decision to cook this grilled chicken - it's simply because it's a great choice. it's all because of yos; he kept "begging" me to have lunch at home since he still have sambal-salted fish he brought from jakarta months ago. to match with his preference of sambal-salted fish, i have to cook indonesian food instead of western food i usually cook. it almost gave me a headache because most of indonesian food need a stove; either for frying or for boiling.

but, thanks to google i found this grilled chicken recipe (it's in Bahasa, by the way)! :)

i, myself, modified the recipe a bit. because i didn't have sweet soya sauce (i forgot to buy it), so i deleted it from the recipe; and instead of using red chilli, i used green chilli. it turned out to be as great as the original recipe, though.





here's how i cooked it:

ingredients:
2 pcs of chicken (or any amount you want, you might need to adjust the spices though)
unsalted butter or vegetable oil

spices:
1 tbsp red onion (minced or grated)
1 tbsp onion (minced or grated)
7 pcs green chilli (finely chopped) - if you want you can add more to make it spicier, i added more once it's cooked
1/2 tsp pepper
1/2 tbsp lime juice
1/2 tsp ginger (grated)

method:
- mix all the spices together in a bowl;
- cover the chicken with the mixed spices, ensure it's covered;
- let it sit in room temperature for at least 1 hour;
- preheat the oven at 180 deg C;
- brush the chicken with melted butter or vegetable oil;
- cook for 1 hour in the oven;
- take it out from the oven and garnish with more green chilli (optional)

the best part is yet to come; eat this grilled chicken with hot rice, sambal salted fish, and ice tea. what a summer, ain't it?

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