Ayam Tinoransak – Manado Spicy Braised Chicken

Anita

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4 Responses

  1. I really love the aroma from lemongrass and kaffir lime leaves. The kaffir lime leaves are pretty hard to find in NYC but I mentioned to find a big batch some time ago and have been using Thai curry and my rendang beef (yummy) since! Just judging by the ingredients in this dish I really love it! Will let you know how the chicken comes out! Thanks!

  2. Gene Cox says:

    My goodness that sounds good. I haven’t eaten Thai food in a while, so I don’t know if I can take the hot, so I will take your advice and reduce the chilis. Thanks for a wonderful supper idea. I will make it now.

  3. Eiling says:

    Love all your recipes and photos! This dish looked so good, it was one of the first dishes (out of many!) I chose to make. I see that you do some Japanese dishes too. I do plenty of Jap food myself, but first time attempting Indonesian food. :) Will try Telur Bumbu Bali and Soto Ayam Ambengan tomorrow.

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