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Ayam Betutu (Balinese Grilled Chicken)

Today, the special dish comes from Bali...

Ingredients :
- 5 tablespoons Oil
- 100 g Young cassava leaves, boiled until tender, cut into serving pieces
- 1.5 kg Chicken
- Banana leaves or aluminum foil for wrapping Spices (ground)
- 7 Red chilies
- 5 Bird's eye chilies
- 5 Candlenuts, roasted
- 10 Shallots
- 1 teaspoon Dried shrimp paste
- 5 cloves Garlic
- 1 tablespoon Coriander, roasted
- 1 1/2 tablespoons Sliced lemon grass
- 2 teaspoons Peppercorns
- tablespoon Chopped galangal
- 1/2 teaspoon Powdered nutmeg
- 2 teaspoons Chopped turmeric
- 4 Kaffir lime leaves
- 2 teaspoons Chopped ginger
- 2 teaspoons Chopped lesser galangal
- Salt and sugar

Instructions :
  1. Heat oil and sauté the ground spices until fragrant and dry.Set aside and allow to cool.
  2. Divide into 2 parts.Combine 1 part with cassava leaves.Stuff the mixture into the chicken and secure with toothpicks.
  3. Rub the chicken with the remaining ground spices.Wrap the chicken with banana leaves and tie with a string.
  4. Grill in the oven at medium heat (180oC) for 2-3 hours or until cooked.Remove from heat and cut before serving.
  5. Note : Another way to cook the chicken is to steam it for about 45 minutes before grilling in the oven for 1 hour.
  6. Betutu is a special dish from Bali. Usually the Balinese use duck wrapped in banana leaves, and wrapped again with stalks of palm leaves.
  7. The duck is then buried in the ground and covered with hot charcoal for 6-7 hours until cooked.
The recipe is originated from :
http://asiatourismtravel.net

The picture is originated from :
http://www.balifoods.com

2 comments:

agung wijaya said...

Nice Blog , I am Balinese . good to know the recipee

Kadek said...

Dear Mr,
Maaf rasanya ada yng hilang dalam memproses ayam betutu.....salam dari pencinta masakan ( pendatang baru),minta petunjuknya lebih lanjut.