Ayam Kuah Warna-Warni (Colorful Chicken Soup)


To be honest, I'm now in a state of being lazy. It's been months that I've only cooked simple things, and if I did cook something special, I didn't have mood to photograph it. Lazy lazy lazy ;)
I need a vacation after Prague last month. Hmm actually I need to be home. I miss Jakarta badly and miss my family beyond compare.

This chicken soup was a result of my laziness last two weeks. I just want to make something simple and easy without thinking how much spices should I use. As always, if you are interest to try my recipe, please use your own measurement.

I used the leftover vegetables from this salad. Since I used the chicken's skin, I added ginger to reduce the smelly odor.



Ingredients:

4 chicken thighs, clean and boil by adding vinegar and salt into the water, cut as desired potong
4 tbsp soy bean (the green color)
2 tbsp corn kernel
1 carrot, peeled, cut julienne
1 big red onion, finely sliced
3 cloves of garlic, finely chopped
1 knucklebone ginger, finely chopped
6 red chilies, ring sliced
3 tbsp oyster sauce
1 tbsp light soy sauce
1 tbsp palm vinegar (or any kind of vinegar)
Salt and sugar as needed
Black pepper powder as needed
2 cups of chicken broth (from boiling the chicken)
1 tsp sesame oil



Methods:

1. Heat oil in a wok pan. Sauté garlic, red onion, ginger and red chilies until fragrant and cooked. Add oyster sauce, stir fry for about 1 minute.
2. Add chicken, cook until the spices well blended.
3. Pour into chicken broth. Add light soy sauce, palm vinegar, salt, black pepper powder and sugar. Mix well and boil over small heat.
4. Add carrot, soy bean and corn kernel. Cook until set.
5. Add sesame oil. Stir for a while and remove from the heat.


9 comments :

MiNDY said...

keliatan endang Fa.. gw juga lagi masak sup ayam neh. males yg ribets, abis kemaren dah masak seharian buat banyak orang :D

sama Fa, gw juga kangen Jakarta.

Elsye said...

Fa...baru tau gue kalo mesti dikasih jahe...:P gue ga pernah pake buat sup..tar gue coba ..kayaknya lebih seger ya...:D

thankss sayy...

Lina W. said...

warnanya menariiik sekali Sefa...bikin org makan nambah2 ya...

Dwiana P said...

Fa, jadi nendang nih perut gw saking kepengen. Biasanya gw makan ini soup pake sambel tomat. bikin yg pedesss banget. mmm siipp!!!

Resto Mariena said...

Judul nya aja dah keren tuh Sef...yg warna warni itu yg menarik, apalagi ayam hmmmm. ini enak ama tempe goreng yg agak kering nih. Achh jd ngeces

Lia said...

seger nih pake sambel yang pedes :D btw naksir toples dibelakangnya ;)

sefa firdaus said...

@Mindy: iya... elo mah rajin bener yak, tularin dong rajinnya :D

ihiks... elo yg baru balik aja udah kangen lagi, apalagi gue yg udah 2 tahun gak pulang... huaaaaaa

@Elsye: iya say, kasih jahe biar gak amis... gue paling gak tahan sama bau amisnya ayam atau ikan, makanya sering kalo masak pakein jahe

@Lina: biar sederhana yg penting keliatan menarik ya Mbak ;)

@Dwiana: hihihihi... ntar kalo gue bikin lagi, elo gue pm deh Dwi :D

wah sambel tomat enak tuh, cuma tau sendiri... kalo males mah ya males, jadinya gue makan pake sambel bakso aja, abis cuma itu yg pasti tersedia :D

@Mariena: hehehe, makanan boleh sederhana ya Mar, tapi judulnya kudu keren :D

nah itu dia, tempe disini nyarinya susah amat... adanya cuma hari kamis, itupun rebutan :D

@Lia: itu toplesnya kecil loh Li, hadiah dari Nana :)

Ayin said...

ciken mah enak diapa-apain hehe..
tak contek ya tp tanpa chili buat supnya anak-anak yg demen bngt ma ayam

sefa firdaus said...

sip silahkan dicontek Yin ;)

 

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