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Nasi Udang Bu Rudy Surabaya

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Nasi Udang Bu Rudy:

– Steamed white rice

– Crispy shrimp

– Serundeng (Spiced dried shredded coconut)

– Kremesan (Crunchy crumbs fromt leftover batter of the crispy shrimp)

– Sambal Bu Rudy (Indonesian hot chili sambal ala Mrs. Rudy)

– Fresh condiments such as sliced cucumbers and tomatoes

Served : 2-4 people

Ingredients:

For the crispy shrimp:

– 500gr small shrimp

– 1 tsp salt

– 1/2 tsp baking powder

– 250gr all purpose flour (I used flour mix of 150gr all purpose flour, 50 gr maizena and 50 gr rice flour. The end result was more crispier than just flour)

– 4 cloves garlic

– Vegetable oil for frying

– Mix shrimp with salt and baking powder, mix together nicely and let aside for 15 minutes.

– Mix together all flours with pounded garlic, add shrimp and toss until the flour is evenly coating the shrimp.

– Heat the oil in a pan, fry shrimp until golden. Repeat until all shrimp is fried.


For the serundeng:

– Handful of shredded coconut (I used dried shredded coconut which I soaked in just enough hot water)

– A teaspoon of the made sambal Bu Rudy.

– Heat nonstick pan, add sambal and the coconut.

– Turn it around now and then until the coconut is dried and sambal is incorporated throughly.


Kremesan:

– Mix the leftover spiced flours with some water.

– Fry the leftover batter in the oil until golden.



For the sambal:

– 250gr red chillies

– 250 gr shallots

– 1 tsp salt

– 1 tsp sugar

– 1 tsp chicken broth powder (or block)

– 200 ml vegetable oil for frying

– Peel shallots, cleaned the shallots and chillies.

– If the shallots are too big (it’s always the case here in Europe), cut them into two pieces otherwise let it be.

– Heat oil in a pan, fry both shallots and chillies until fragrant.

– Take from the oil and pound alltogether with salt, sugar and chicken broth powder. But don’t pound until everything is smooth. That’s the art in this sambal. 🙂

– Heat the same oil back and fry the pounded sambal until done.

– This recipe will yield two 150gr jar, you can safely keep it in the fridge. But don’t forget to sterilize your jars prior using.


Finishing:

– Serve everything together with steamed white rice and sliced cucumber and tomatoes.


Recipe Source:

Nasi Udang : Tabloid Nova

Sambal : Rina Rinso

Bubur Ayam Kuah Kuning (Chicken Porridge in Yellow Broth)

One of my comfort food ever, I could eat it for breakfast, lunch, dinner or in between meals. Especially in this winter weather, nothing beats hot meal after a cold day out. I once made another version here but this time let’s make this one with yellow chicken broth. That’s one advantages of porridge, it’s so versatile you could dress it to whatever you feel like it.

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Bubur Ayam Kuah Kuning

Serves 8 persons

Ingredients:
– 300 gr rice
– 3 ltr water
– 4 salam leaves
– 2 tsp salt
– 2 tbs vegetable oil

– 700 gr chicken
– kecap manis
– 2 stalks spring onion, finely sliced
– 2 stalks Asian celery, finely sliced
– Fried onion
– Krupuk/emping

Spice paste:
– 12 shallots
– 5 garlic
– 3 cm turmeric
– 2 tsp coriander, panbroil
– 5 candlenuts, panbroil
– 1/2 tsp peppercorns

For the yellow chicken broth:
– 1.5 ltr chicken broth
– 2 tsp salt
– Some pinch of ground nutmeg

Directions:
– Cook the rice, water and salam leaves until soft and turned into porridge. If rice hasn’t turn into porridge, add more hot water and continue cooking and stirring.
– Boil chicken until soft, set aside the broth. When it’s not so hot anymore, fried the chicken until golden brown and shred.
– Make the yellow chicken broth; heat vegetable oil, saute spice paste with nutmeg and salt until fragrant. Add chicken broth, mix well and continue cooking until boiling, season.
– Serve porridge with chicken broth, add kecap manis, shredded chicken, sliced spring onion, Asian celery, fried onion, krupuk/emping and sambal.

Source: Tabloid Nova

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