Chicken Inasal, Bacolod Chicken Inasal

Chicken Inasal, Bacolod Chicken Inasal
Chicken Inasal, Bacolod Chicken Inasal has become so popular that give birth to several fast food restaurants that offer this Ilongo dish. Chicken inasal is barbequed chicken that is marinated with vinegar, tanglad and ginger. Cut choices are paa or chicken whole leg, pecho or half chicken breast, pakpak or chicken wings, isol or chicken tail, atay or chicken liver and baticolon or chicken gizzard. There are several version of this Ilongo chicken barbeque which defend on one’s secret marinade. But here is my simple recipe of Chicken Inasal, Bacolod Chiken Inasal.

Bacolod Chicken Inasal

Ingredients:

1 kilo chicken legs with thigh
1/4 cup kalamansi/lemon juice
1/4 cup vinegar
2-3 stalk tanglad/lemon grass, crushed, chopped
2 thumb size ginger, grated
1 tablespoon sugar
2 tablespoon margarine
1/4 cup atsuete/annatto in oil
coarsely ground black pepper
salt

Cooking procedure:

Chicken Inasal

Wash chicken, remove any traces of blood and drain. Slit open chicken leg along the length to expose the bones. Marinate with the mixture of ginger, tanglad, lemon juice, vinegar, sugar, black pepper and salt to taste for at least 4 hours or overnight. Remove chicken from the marinade, keep aside. Prepare basting liquid by boiling left over marinade and 1/2 cup of water for 2 to 3 minutes, strain in a sheave and pour solution in a bowl. Add in margarine and annatto in oil while the solution is still hot, mix thoroughly, and keep aside. Grill chicken legs at medium to high heat for 8 to 10 minutes on each side. Baste with the prepared mixture in between. Do not overcook, it should be moist inside, just cooked and slightly burnt outside. Serve with vinegar and chilli or soy sauce with kalamasi and chilli dip.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Maraming salamat sa chicken inasal recipe!!! Big hit lalo na sa 7 yr-old ko na mapili sa pagkain.

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ut-man said...

Hi anonymous, I’m glad you like my recipe, and your kid who enjoyed your chicken inasal.

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KA ROGERS said...

Salamat sa recipe ng inasal welcome sa mga customer ko sa aking Grilled Chicken "KA ROGER's Inasal "
Sana mas marami pa kayong matutulongan mga pinoy na gustong magnegosyo tungkol sa pagkain.

Maraming Salamt at Pagpalain nawa kayo ng Panginoon.

Roger

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KA ROGERS said...

Salamat sa recipe ng inasal welcome sa mga customer ko sa aking Grilled Chicken "KA ROGER's Inasal "
Sana mas marami pa kayong matutulongan mga pinoy na gustong magnegosyo tungkol sa pagkain.

Maraming Salamt at Pagpalain nawa kayo ng Panginoon.

Roger

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ut-man said...

ka rogers,
Natutuwa ako sa tiwala mo sa mga recipe ko, good luck sa iyong negosyo sana nabangit mo kong nasaan ang iyong restaurant para mapasyalan naman...

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Anonymous said...

iyong ka rogers ba nasa bambang, manila?

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Anonymous said...

san po nakakabili ng annotte oil??? ty!

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ut-man said...

Hi Anonymous, You can buy annatto oil in most metro manila supermarket, otherwise make it yourself. Kailangan mo lang ay atsuete seeds then stirfry it with cooking oil. And for my readers who are overseas, Mama Sita’s annatto powder in sachet is available in most Asian store,

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Chowhound said...

That looks insanely good! I have to try that. I've never made inasal before, I used to eat it at Joel Torre's restaurant near GMA7 and I miss it so badly.

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ut-man said...

Hi Chowhound,
Certainly, you have to try it you will not regret, Yes Joel Torre's Inasal is one of the countless chicken inasal success example…

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Anonymous said...

try ko to later

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Inday R said...

Hi,

Wala po akong tanglad stalks but I do have the powder version ... pwede po ba yun gamiting and how much to use?

Rodelene

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MaritheaMonet said...

Hi! Pwede ko ba munang pakuluan ang manok sa pinagbabaran niya bago ko iihaw to avoid undercooked meat inside?

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