Thursday, September 11, 2008

Chicken Curry Kapitan

Last Sunday, I was sort of craving for curry, and I was looking forward to have curry with strong smell of kaffir lime leave. Hmm...sounds weird? Hence, I got an idea to cook chicken curry Kapitan for the very first time. :) Without wasting time, hubby and I just headed to the wet market to start our marketing.

Here's the ingredients that I prepared:

1. Half chicken, chopped into small pieces, and remove skin and fat.

2. RM1 fresh Kapitan curry paste.

3. RM1 fresh coconut milk.

4. 3 lemon grass, smashed the white part.

5. half tbsp of belacan.

6. 10 pcs of kaffir lime leaves.

7. 1pc lime, squeeze the juice.

8. Light soy sauce to taste.


1. Heat up some Canola oil in a wok and stir fry the curry paste, belacan, lemon grass and kaffir lime leave till you smell the aroma.

2. Add in chicken and stirring till the chicken pcs are almost cook.

3. Pour in the coconut milk and some water. Let it simmer for another 15 minutes under medium heat.

4. Add the lime juice and light soy sauce to taste. Serve hot with white/ brown rice.

I'm glad that my recipe turned out fine. :P Really enjoyed this home cooked Kapitan chicken curry. It satisfied my taste bud and my stomach. Hehe...


J2Kfm said...

hmmm ... loves them thick and creamy santan ...

Penang's eateries and cafe offer curry kapitan mostly, while in Ipoh, it's tough to find a good one.

Little Inbox said...

Oh yes!. It is fragrant indeed. :)
Difficult to find a nice one in Ipoh? Why not cook your own?


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