Wow.. this is the most exhausted meal I ever made. I've been standing from the time I woke up around 7 a.m till 1 p.m. By the time I finished all people already had their lunch :( Couldn't wait any longer for me. Plus a dissaster when cooking the Nasi Uduk using rice cooker, I forgotten to push the button to start cooking *hu..hu..hu* My brother noticed that when he was waiting for the rice done. For the side dishes along with the nasi uduk I prepared yummy chicken wings, fried beancurd, and hot peanut, tempeh & anchovy. I prepared all by myself ..phu... But it was all worthed every single minutes I spent. My bf said it was very delicious and he even went for the second round.
Rice, wash and rinse
2 Salam / bay leaves
2 lemon grass (take the white part only and bruised)
Using a rice cooker and add all in together. Adjust the coconut milk to the amount of the rice. Then prepare the other things, just let the machine do for you :p
Cut beancurds into squares and lightly sprinkle some salt then fry in lots amount of oil until golden brown.
Hot Peanut, Tempeh and Anchovy:
A handfull of peanuts, fried until golden brown
Tempeh, cut into small squares and fried until golden brown
A handfull of anchovies, washed and fried until crispy
250 g red chillies
4 cloves of garlic
A thin slice of shrimp paste / terasi
Ground chillies, garlic, onion and shrimp paste. Heat few tablespoons of oil in a wok and add in the ground ingredients keep stirring on low heat until fragrant. Add in sugar, salt, lemon juice. Adjust to your taste. Finally add in all peanuts, tempeh and anchovies. Stir to cover for a minute and serve.
Chicken Wings (source: detik food) I doubled the recipe.
24 chicken wings, clean and take only the upper part of the wings
200 ml milk
4 cloves of garlic, grounded
4 tsps of ground onion
1 tsp black pepper
2 tsps salt
Marinade the chicken wings for 1 hour in the fridge.
100 g flour
100 g rice flour
1 tsp pepper
1 tsp baking soda
2 tsps salt
300-400 ml water
Dip each wings and fry until golden brown.
* Serve the Nasi Uduk with fried shallots and thin slice omelette.