Thursday, May 17, 2012

[moved] Hainanese Chicken Rice Chili Sauce

Hainanese Chicken Rice - Singapore's unofficial national dish. Some people say its the special spices that flavor the chicken, other say its the stock-flavored rice. However, in my humble opinion, the secret is in the chili. 

I am very picky with my chili, which is why there are very few stalls in Singapore whose chili I am happy with, and I will 'taint' my chicken rice with. [One of the good ones is made by the chicken rice stall at Kampong Arang, the one I ate so often when I studied in Dunman High.] Chicken rice is good without chili itself, so I would rather just eat it without chili, than ruin it with bad chili. However, good chili will blow your brains away, and elevates the dish to celestial levels.

This is my grandmother's recipe for chicken rice chili. I never made chicken rice chili when I posted the chicken rice recipe because I was so afraid of screwing it up, and it is one thing I must not ever screw up, because it is my birthright. Nuff said, here's my grandmother's recipe for Hainanese Chicken Rice chili sauce.

This recipe has moved to the new Emylogues blog at Wordpress. Please visit the new blog here for the recipe, and do change your links!

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