OnlyTheBestChoice – In addition to beef and chicken, jengkol can also be processed into padang goulash. This menu can be an alternative for those of you who do not like or are avoiding eating meat.
Gulai jengkol padang is most delicious eaten with warm rice and your favorite sambal. Here’s a recipe for padang jengkol goulash that can be your daily menu at home.
a. 1 kg jengkol
b. 500 kg thick coconut milk
c. 500 grams of diluted coconut milk
d. 10 cloves of shallots
e. 6 cloves garlic
f. 1 segment Ginger
g. 1 galangal segment
h. 1 tbsp finely ground chillies
i. 1 lbr turmeric leaves
j. 2 lbr bay leaf
k. 5 lbr orange leaves
l. 1 stick of lemongrass
m. 2 pieces of kandis acid
N. Salt to taste
How to Cook:
1. Boil jengkol until tender
2. Jengkol is split and scraped, then set aside
3. Puree galangal, ginger, garlic, and shallots
4. Prepare coconut milk, enter bay leaves, orange leaves and spices that have been mashed.
5. Cook over medium heat while stirring, until the coconut milk releases a little oil.
6. Add the candis acid and salt.
7. After the coconut milk removes the oil enter the jengkol and cook until the seasoning permeates
Ready to serve. [red]