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Bubur ayam

Bubur ayam
Bubur ayam, Indonesian chicken congee
Course Main, usually for breakfast or late night supper
Place of origin Indonesia
Region or state Nationwide
Creator Derived from Chinese Indonesian cuisine
Serving temperature Hot
Main ingredients Rice congee with chicken
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Bubur ayam (Indonesian for "chicken congee") is an Indonesian chicken congee. It is rice congee with shredded chicken meat served with some condiments, such as chopped scallion, crispy fried shallot, celery, tongcay (preserved salted vegetables), fried soybean, Chinese crullers (youtiao, known as cakwe in Indonesia), and both salty and sweet soy sauce, and sometimes topped with yellow chicken broth and kerupuk (Indonesian-style crackers). Unlike many other Indonesian dishes, it is not spicy; sambal or chili paste is served separately. It is a favourite breakfast food, served by humble travelling vendors, warung (small local shops), fast food establishments, and five-star hotel restaurants. The travelling bubur ayam vendors usually pass through the streets of residential areas in the morning selling their wares.

Contents

  • Origin and variations 1
  • Gallery 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Origin and variations

The origin of bubur ayam was probably derived from Chinese chicken congee. The traces of Chinese cuisine influences are the use of cakwe (youtiao), tongcay and soy sauce. Bubur ayam employs a wide range of poultry products, such as shredded chicken meat for the main dish and different dishes made with chicken offal as side delicacies. Bubur ayam is often eaten with the addition of boiled chicken egg, chicken liver, gizzard, intestines and uritan (premature chicken eggs acquired from butchered hens), served as satay. There are some variants of bubur ayam, such as bubur ayam Bandung and bubur ayam Sukabumi, both from West Java.[1] The later variant uses raw telur ayam kampung (lit. "village chicken egg", i.e. free-range eggs) buried under the hot rice congee to allow the egg to be half-cooked, with the other ingredients on top of the rice congee.[2] The recipe and condiments of bubur ayam served by travelling vendors and warung are also slightly different with those served in fast food establishments or hotel restaurants.

Because this food is always served hot and with a soft texture, like soto ayam and nasi tim, bubur ayam is known as comfort food in Indonesian culture. The soft texture of the rice congee and boneless chicken also makes this dish suitable for young children or adults in convalescence. Because of its popularity, bubur ayam has become one of the Asia-inspired fast food menu items at McDonald's Indonesia[3] and Malaysia,[4] and also at Kentucky Fried Chicken Indonesia.[5] Although almost all recipes of bubur ayam use rice, a new variation, called bubur ayam havermut, replaces rice with oats.[6] In grocery stores, bubur ayam is also available as instant food, requiring only the addition of hot water.[7]

A bubur ayam street vendor cart frequents residential areas every morning in Jakarta.

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See also

References

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External links

  • Bubur Ayam Sukabumi recipe (in Indonesian)
  • Bubur Ayam Bandung recipe (in Indonesian)
  • Bubur Ayam Jakarta recipe (in Indonesian)
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