Porridge Guh is a typical Balinese porridge made from coconut milk and rice which is cooked until smooth. Guh porridge is served with thick chicken broth and shredded chicken and additional vegetable urap are served separately.
The result of the combination of both produces a complete taste of a combination of savory and spicy as well as fresh vegetable urap.
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This typical Balinese food is suitable to be served as a breakfast menu because it has a delicious and warm taste.
If you want to try to make it at home, go ahead! see the recipe below.
Rice 75 grams, wash clean
250 grams of chicken, wash clean
100 grams long beans, cut into 1 cm
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Coconut milk 300 ml
1 liter of water
2 bay leaves Daun
Galangal 2 cm, bruised
Salt to taste
4 tbsp cooking oil for frying
Ground spices :
Onion 4 grains 4
Garlic 2 cloves
2 red chilies
Pecan 2 grains
Turmeric 1 cm
Coriander 1/2 tsp
Pepper granules 1/4 tsp
First of all, grind the spices first. Put the onion, garlic, red chili, candlenut, turmeric, coriander, and pepper grains into the pestle, then grind until smooth. If you want, you can use a food processor or blender to grind the spices.
Then heat as much as 4 tablespoons of cooking oil in a frying pan. After the oil is hot, immediately add the spices that have been mashed earlier. Saute until the spices release a fragrant aroma.
After the spices are fragrant, immediately pour 500 ml of water. Stir briefly so that the spices mix well with the water. Once done, add the chicken, 1 bay leaf, and galangal.
Then stir so that all the ingredients can be mixed evenly, then cook until the water boils and the chicken is cooked. Remove and strain the broth, then shred the chicken. Set aside for a moment.
Cook 500 ml of water then add the rice, cook until the liquid is absorbed into the rice. After that, pour the coconut milk, the filtered chicken stock, 1 bay leaf, and salt to taste.
Then stir and cook until it becomes a soft porridge. After that put the chopped long beans into the porridge, then cook until cooked.
Remove and pour the porridge into a bowl, put shredded chicken and peanuts on top. Don't forget to serve it with vegetable urap as a compliment.
Easy isn't it if you want to make it at home? Good luck.