Indonesian Ayam

  • Double sized ayam whole

Indonesian Ayam is our choice for spice when making the island country's famous traditional dish, Ayam Goreng. This succulent fried chicken boasts powerful flavor, and this Indonesian Ayam spice blend can be substituted for the required spices in any version of the recipe. Exotically flavored, but without a lot of heat, Indonesian Ayam goes very well with peanut sauces, coconut, pineapple or your favorite tropical fare. No matter how you chose to use it, the subtly sweet earthiness of this exotic blend will have you saying, “selamat makan!” (Happy eating!)

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Sherrie Hahn
6 months ago

I'll take a large ziploc bag, add some boneless, skinless chicken thighs, a cut up onion, and some ground Ayam - mix it up, seal the bag and refrigerate overnight. Then, the next day, you can either grill or roast the chicken. Delicious!

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11 months ago

Instead of marinating chicken for hours I used an instant pot. I sauteed chicken breasts and onion in olive oil and a little of the Indonesian ayam. Then I made the peanut ayam sauce while it was sauteeing and dumped that in. Cooked under pressure for six minutes. Served over rice with a salad and asparagus that I roasted with the El Greco blend olive oil and lemon juice.

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Garlic, Onion, Turmeric, Italian Sea Salt, Shallots, Viet. Cinnamon, Blk Pepper, Fenugreek Sd, Fennel, Korean Chile, Cumin, Ind. Coriander, Ginger, and Bay Leaf
Mixed by hand,
Ground to order,
when you order