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Crispy Bebek Bali

Bebek Bali is a traditional meal served in Bali, Indonesia. It’s made up of crispy fried duck, some sambal and loads of veges. Try this out for yourself and let us know what you think!

 

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Ingredients

Bebek Bali

10 Duck Drumsticks

2 x  250g Packet of Aya Real Food Kalio Paste

2 Inches of Galangal

2 Sticks of  Lemongrass

2 Bay Leaf

1 Liter of water

Some oil for deep frying

Sambal Matang

6 Red Chilies, cut into 3

8 Chili Padi

2 Cloves of Garlic

3 Shallots, Chopped

2 Kaffir Lime Leaves, Thinly Sliced

1 Ginger Torch, Thinly Sliced

4 Tablespoons of Coconut Oil

Salt to taste

Garnish

Fried Tempeh and Fried Tofu

Steam rice

Ulam Ulam (Cucumber, cabbage, long beans)

Instructions

1. In a large wok, add in the duck and top up with water until it cover, then add in all the aromatics (galangal, lemongrass, bay leaf) along with the large packet of Aya Real Food Kalio paste and season with some salt

2. Boil the duck for at least 4 hours until the duck is soft and almost falling off the bone

3. Remove the duck and set aside and reduce the duck soup until thick before adding the rice flour to make a paste

4. In a wok, add in oil and deep fry the cooked duck for about 8 to 12 minutes until crispy

5. Now ;eave the duck soup paste to cook until it thickens to make the ‘bumbu’ which means the fried bits

6. To make the sambal matang, in a bowl, add in all the ingredients. Then in a pan, heat up the coconut oil until hot. The, pour over the coconut oil into the bowl ith the ingredients. Add in salt and mix well.

7. To serve, add some rice onto a plate garnish with some ulam, add the duck along with a generous amount of sambal

Notes

Make sure you cook the duck long enough to get it nice and tender!

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