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Ayam Percik (Baked Chicken in Coconut Sauce)

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I enjoy Malay food but most of the time I don't exactly know the name of the food. I will normally point at the food that I want at the Malay food stall. I first came to know this Ayam Percik from May's blog when she posted this recipe on her blog. Later this recipe appeared on Esther's as well as Jessie's blogs. This Ayam Percik looks so delicious and I like that it's so easy to cook, no, not cook but 'BAKE'! Normally this Ayam Percik is grilled over a low charcoal fire. I used chicken drumsticks and marinated with half of the coconut sauce overnight. It took only about 40 minutes to bake. Mmmm.. my family gave their thumbs up for this Ayam Percik and thank you friends for sharing this great recipe. Definitely love to "cook" this tender and succulent, packed with yummy flavours Ayam Percik again. 


Ayam Percik (Baked Chicken in Coconut Sauce)

    Ingredients:
    4 Chicken drumsticks (about 1kg)

     Marinade: 
     5 stalks Lemongrass, white part only, chopped
     80g Shallots, chopped
     4 cloves Garlic
     3tsp Fresh Turmeric powder
     20g Fresh Ginger, skinned & chopped 
     4 Red chillies (also added extra 1 tbsp chilli paste - optional)
     120g Coconut milk
     3 tbsp Olive oil
     1 tbsp Salt (I used 1/2 tbsp)
     1.5 tbsp Sugar
     1 tsp Fish sauce




      Method:
  • Grind the marinade into paste.
  • Rub through the marinade on the chicken drumsticks and refrigerate overnight. 
  • Bake chicken drumsticks in 180C preheated oven for about 40 minutes or until cooked through. Turn the drumsticks and brush with marinade every 10 minutes.
**(I used half of the marinade on the chicken meat. Keep the remaining marinade in a separate bowl for brushing during the process of baking).

note: the marinade is enough for 6 pieces or 1.5kg chicken drumsticks.

Recipe is based on May's and Jessie's blogs with minor adjustments.


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Ayam Percik (椰汁烤鸡



     材料:
    4只 鸡腿(越1公斤)

     腌料:
    5枝 香茅
    80克 小葱头
    4瓣 蒜头
    3茶匙 黄姜粉
    20克 生姜
    4条 红辣椒+1汤匙辣椒酱 - 不吃太辣的,可不加辣椒酱
    120克 椰浆
    3汤匙 油
    1/2汤匙 糖
    1/2汤匙 盐
 1茶匙 鱼露

      做法:
  • 把腌料放入搅拌机磨烂致成酱。
  • 然后加入鸡腿腌致一夜尚可入味。
  • 把鸡腿放在烤盘中,放入预热烤箱以180度烤致40分钟致熟透。
  • 每隔十分钟把鸡腿翻转一次,涂上酱料,使鸡肉更加美味。
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          **我只用一半的酱料腌制鸡肉。剩余的在烘烤时拿来涂在鸡肉面上。
                   酱料够腌制1.5公斤鸡肉。


    好喜欢这道美味的烤鸡,香而不腻,颜色秀人,家人吃了都赞好吃!



    Enjoy & Hope You Have A Wonderful Week Ahead!

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    1. 怎么办?看到一块块美味的鸡腿,我可饿慌了.....哈哈哈哈

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      1. 那就快快过来吧!我已经腌了extra鸡腿。。。 :D

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    2. Just 40 mins?? Gosh Ann, you know how many recipes from your blog I already have listed must try? Not enough time.... Ahhhhhhh....but pls keep up with this "come for quick n easy recipe" motto... I truly love it

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      1. Victoria, hehee... can I exchange my ayam percik for your char siew pau?

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      1. Thank you for your comment, Une :)

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    4. 哇!Ann,你的Ayam Percik颜色真的烤到很美噢!
      很好吃是吧,May的这个食谱真的很棒呀!:)

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      1. Esther, 真的很好吃,我还会再做!

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    5. Hi Ann. I Have also bookmarked this recipe after seeing on Jessie's blog - gotta make it soon! Looks so good.

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      1. Hi Yen,Must try, Your family will definitely love it!

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    6. Hi Ann, my friend was telling me about how delicious this dish was the other day too. I have so many baking lists that I have bookmarked too and the list is getting longer and longer.

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      1. Hi Cecilia, Me too.. but I just want to try this dish first after I saw Jessie posted.

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    7. 太好了,之前已经相中,再看到你家色香味俱全的鸡腿,看来我是不能走宝咯。。。

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      1. Helena,这ayam percik真的很香,味道又好。有空的话,要试试看哦!

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    8. Ann, the lighting was so perfect when you took these shots. These days I'm struggle to get the right timing due to the change of season! Your ayam percik looked so sooooo delicious & they were baked perfectly!

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      1. Jessie, Must thank you and May for sharing this yummy recipe. I baked them because I prefer to have some sauce to go with rice.
        I also rushing to take pictures before the sunset :D

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    9. 香喷喷的,好味道哦!

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    10. This is indeed delicious. I made last week and will be making again

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    11. 我也是相中另了这个ayam percik哦,听你这么赞我也要快快去弄了 :)

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    12. The list of ingredients already tells how fragrant this chicken must be, bet it must be really finger licking good :)

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    13. I'm always drawn to your lovely food pictures. Your recipes are easy to follow too. Excellent! Thanks for sharing.
      Btw, this Ayam Percik recipe, is it 20 grams of ginger or 20 pieces of ginger? Please advise. Thanks again!

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      1. Hi Pauline, Thank you very much for your compliment :) The ginger is 20g. Thanks for the highlighting.

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    14. 我大流口水了,这个烤鸡看起来真的太美味了,喜欢喜欢!

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    15. yum yum, I ate this once from a street food stall was so delicious, the whole place was filled with the smell of it!!! thanks for the recipe :)

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    16. Hi Ann! Your Ayam Percik looks fantastic! I have got to try it too, I have never cooked ayam percik before LOL!

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    17. ann,我现在立刻就去煮 nasi lemak 了。哈哈哈 。。 这个看了都爽,very good 。

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    18. Hi Ann,
      Yours Ayam percik looks sedaplicious!!
      Bookmark .. going to try this soon.
      I see you are using a turbo convection oven, I love to use it too. I find it is easier to clean after grilling or baking, compare to normal oven :D
      mui

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      1. Hi Doreen, I prefer to use the turbo convention oven for baking or grilling cooked food. For my normal oven I prefer for baking cakes. Like you said, easier to clean lol.

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    19. They must be very delicious! I seriously can't resist anything made with coconut!

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    20. Hi Ann, this Ayam Percik really very appealing and delicious. Maybe i will try this during an outdoor BBQ grill over a low charcoal fire ^-^.

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    21. Wow, they look sooo delicioius, must be finger lickng good too!

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    22. Ann, I bookmarked this too, must faster bake since you also recommended.

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    23. What great flavors for chicken! Since you marinade this overnight, I bet it would work just as well on the grill. It's grilling season here, so I'm looking for new ideas like this one. Thanks!

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    24. Ann, 我竟然错过了你的ayam Percik, 现在只有流口水的份了! 哈哈。。
      你的ayam烤的太好了, 颜色也烤的很均匀, 太赞了!

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