Wednesday, 13 October 2010

Wanted Chicken Inasal Recipe

Anyone who has a fool-proof chicken inasal recipe, please share!!! I beg you.

I cooked chicken inasal yesterday but it was way short of the inasal taste. I searched for inasal recipes online.  I saw 3 potential recipes. Combined them together and here is the result.

I don't know what's wrong.  The taste is "almost" like inasal but it lacks something else and I can't figure out what's the missing taste (huuuuuwwwwwaaaaaa)

[caption id="attachment_922" align="aligncenter" width="450" caption="chicken inasal for my pack lunch- it was lacking the inasal flavor :-("][/caption]



Here's the recipe I used and the cooking procedure I did. I didn't grill the chicken over charcoal, i just grilled it on top of our stove.

Please feel free to revise it and fill-in that missing something.  Pleeeeeaaaasssseee.

I love inasal and I really want to learn how to cook it (sniff sniff)



Ingredients:

Chicken Wings   - 10 to 12pcs

          Inasal Marinade:

Lemon grass - 3 stalks

ginger - 2 thumb size

Garlic - 6 cloves

Lemon Juice - 1/2 c

Cider Vinegar - 1/4 c

Patis - 4 tbsp

Sugar - 1 tbsp

Salt  - 1 tbsp

          Basting Sauce:

Inasal Marinade

Margarine  - 4 tbsp

Anato in oil – 1/4 c

Cooking Procedure:

1)     Wash chicken wings and slit open each piece until the bone is exposed.

           Prepare the inasal marinade:

2)     Crush and julienne lemon grass stalks. process julienned lemon grass stalk, ginger, and garlic in a food processor, until everything is finely chopped.

3)     Mix remaining inasal ingredients with the processed spices.

4)     Marinade chicken for at least 4 hours or leave overnight inside the refrigerator

5)     Remove chicken from marinade.  Set aside inasal marinade sauce

          Prepare Basting sauce

6)     Add 1/ 2 cup water to the left marinade sauce and boil for 3 minutes.

7)     Strain and pour the liquid on a bowl then add in the anato oil and margarine

8)     Grill chicken on each side for 8-10 minutes or until chicken is browned. Baste each side with the basting sauce.



-Sharosem (13October2010)

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