Singaraja's typical blayag
Blayag-Balinese specialties located in the northern part of Bali should not be missed when you visit Bali. Not only betutu chicken, lawar and satay wrap, but this culinary also has its own taste. The yellow spices are tempting and the taste is also very tasty.
Blayag is one of Singaraja's unique cuisines whose existence is starting to be marginalized even though when it comes to taste, hmm ... is not inferior to other specialties. At first, this Blayag was only made during the celebration of the tumpek enclosure (the modern term is pet's birthday which is celebrated by the Balinese people) hehehe ... unique right? just animals have their birthdays ...
This special food can also be obtained easily and does not have to wait for the cage to be over, because there are already many Balinese who sell this blayag. Well ... maybe because more is a type of modern food and food is the result of innovation as a new recipe, making Blayag less popular.
Whereas traditional cuisine does not lose its taste and health benefits, especially made with all natural spices, support the right to health really ?. Try buying first, then kiss the aroma, see the thick yellow broth especially the chicken that is disuwir, wow ... it will be addicted.
For those of you who haven't had time to visit Bali, how come you can make your own blayag at home, along with recipes and how to:
BALI TIPAT BLAYAG RECIPES
4 orange leaves
3 bay leaves
1 tsp salt
1 1/2 tsp sugar
1 1/4 liter of water
1/2 tsp Pepper Powder
1 tsp Instant Seasoning Chicken Taste Soup
SMOOTH THE RECIPIENT:
4 cloves garlic
2 Spring onions
1 tsp turmeric Powder
1 tsp coriander Powder
1 `1/2 cm ginger
1 1/2 cm of galangal
1 1/2 cm of galingale
6 cm turmeric
1 tsp shrimp paste
SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL :
200 ml of cooking oil
5 pieces of rice cake
250 grams of vegetable ointment
100 grams of soybeans, fried until crisp
100 grams of spicy serundeng
HOW TO MAKE A TIPAT BLAYAG:
1. Boil the ingredients on medium heat, until the chicken is tender.
2. Boil the marinated seasoning for the yellow spice
3. Lift, drain the chicken until it's cold.
4. Fry the chicken until golden brown, lift it. Drain and shred.
4. Boil the remaining stock of boiled chicken until boiling.
5. Tata lontong, shredded chicken, the anointing.
6. Flush with thick yellow herbs then sprinkle with fried soybeans.
7. Serve while warm.
Although the materials and simple, but the taste will make you blayag will not forget Bali and Singaraja in particular, if you want to make your vacation be comp lit, do not forget to try the typical food of this Singaraja. Because Blayag only sold Rp. 7,000 to Rp. 10,000. Cheap isn't it?