Soto Ayam Lamongan / Indonesian Chicken Yellow Soup.

Soto Ayam Lamongan / Indonesian Chicken Yellow Soup You can cook Soto Ayam Lamongan / Indonesian Chicken Yellow Soup using 28 ingredients and 10 steps. Here is how you achieve it.

Ingredients of Soto Ayam Lamongan / Indonesian Chicken Yellow Soup

  1. It’s of Ingredients A.
  2. Prepare 1 of whole chicken (medium).
  3. Prepare of Or you can use any type of chicken pieces but don't use boneless chicken.
  4. It’s 1 of lemon or lime.
  5. It’s of Salt.
  6. You need of Ingredients B.
  7. It’s 8 cloves of garlic.
  8. It’s 1 of big onion or you can use a few pieces of shallots.
  9. You need 1 tbsp of coriander seeds.
  10. Prepare 5 pcs of candlenuts.
  11. You need 2 cm of size ginger (thumb width).
  12. You need 5 cm of size turmeric (finger width).
  13. You need of Vegetable oil or Sunflower oil.
  14. It’s of (please don't use olive oil).
  15. It’s of Ingredients C.
  16. You need 4 cm of size Galangal.
  17. It’s 2 pcs of Lemongrass.
  18. You need 15 pieces of Lime leaves.
  19. Prepare of Ingredients D.
  20. You need of Celery (1 or 2 sticks).
  21. It’s 1 of leek.
  22. You need of Ingredients E.
  23. Prepare of Salt.
  24. You need of Pepper.
  25. Prepare of Sugar.
  26. Prepare of Koya or Prawn Crackers crumble.
  27. It’s 4 cloves of fried garlic.
  28. It’s 7 pcs of fried prawn crackers.

Soto Ayam Lamongan / Indonesian Chicken Yellow Soup instructions

  1. Rub chicken with salt and lemon juice. Let it sit while you prepare the other ingredients..
  2. Blend all ingredients B until smooth..
  3. Boil some water in a huge pot which you will use to cook Soto, add all ingredients C. Do not put too much water, you can always add more during the cooking process. If you add too much in the beginning, you might end up with weak flavour of Soto..
  4. Rinse chicken with running warm water or pour hot water over the chicken..
  5. Put the chicken in the pot..
  6. Auté the blended Ingredients B until it becomes fragrant and the colour turns darker, the pale paste will turn to nice yellow colour..
  7. Add the cooked paste into the pot, and add half tbsp of salt. Simmer for 1 hour..
  8. Chop all ingredients D and add into the pot. Let it simmer again for another 15 minutes..
  9. Taste it before adding more salt and sugar, I don't usually add sugar because leek gives a lot of natural sweetness. You can add pepper if you like. Let Soto sit for half day to get stronger flavour..
  10. Koya is a type of condiment, originally from East Java. Slice garlic thinly and fry them until golden brown. Crush the fried garlic and fried prawn crackers until it becomes powder or crumble, add salt as you like..