Inche Kabin

















My colleague asked me to try this recipe that he got from his late uncle. Apparently, the original Inche Kabin is not a Peranakan Cuisine but more towards Hainanese cuisine.

Not sure how true that is but ask any elderly hainanese chef and they said that is true.

Anyway, I tried cooking this with slight modification and lost the recipe for the sauce.

Ingredient needed

Boneless Chicken meat ( I opted for boneless thigh meat )
Curry Powder ( Meat )
Tumeric Powder
Chilli Powder
Ginger Juice
Shallot - pound for juice
Soy Sauce
Ginger

Mixed all ingredient and let marinate for minimum of 2 hours. Baked at 180 C for 15 minutes.

I dont have the actual measurement. So, please use your own judgement. Baking time is approximately depending on how thick your meat is. I roughly cuts the meat to about 50 gm in weigh.

To serve, since I dont have the sauce, use a skewer with some onion quaters, capsicum, cucumber, button mushroom ( can ) and some cherry tomato for extra flavour and crunchiness.

Cheers !

11 comments:

Wuching said...

looks nice wor! kasih saya satu?

Chen said...

this one looks nice :)

slurp! said...

nice nice, looks like kebabs?

boo_licious said...

hee hee, u invent new dish? Inche kabin kebabs?

Kristopher said...

i also wan... :)

fooDcrazEE said...

hehehhe..i didnt invent...someone's recipe. Taste nice though

Audrey Cooks said...

Inche Kabin chicken?? wow! could have fooled me! Interesting way of cooking and serving it. Great for parties!

fooDcrazEE said...

audrey, it was served in my friends party and they all like it so much, i asked for his recipe. still waiting for the dip recipe.

babe_kl said...

and all these while i thot inche kabin is deep fried one!

The Phosgene Kid said...

That sounds great!!

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