Ayam goreng kalasan
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|Place of origin||Indonesia|
|Region or state||Sleman, Yogyakarta|
|Created by||Mbo Berek from Yogyakarta|
|Main ingredients||Ayam goreng with kremesan|
Ayam Goreng Kalasan is an Indonesian fried chicken dish originating from Kalasan, Sleman, Yogyakarta. Ayam Goreng Kalasan is made with kremesan; a starch flour dough which produces a crisp texture when fried. Native, mature chickens are seasoned with salt, onion, savory spices, and then cooked until tender.
Ayam goreng kalasan is usually served with vegetables such as cucumbers, basil leaves, and sliced cabbage. It can also be served with side dishes such as rice, condiments such as chilli sauce, and toppings such as kremesan. The fried chicken is served without feet or viscera.
- "traditional Indonesian fried chicken dishes (Indonesian)". Detik.com (in Indonesian). Retrieved 2020-04-08.