Ayam pop

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Ayam pop
Light-colored ayam pop
CourseMain course
Place of originIndonesia
Region or stateSumatra
Associated cuisineIndonesia
Created byMinangkabau
Serving temperatureHot

Ayam pop is a fried chicken dish commonly found in Indonesia, consisting of chicken deep fried in oil. The dish contains skinless pale fried chicken that has been boiled or steamed prior to frying.[1] Although ayam pop is identified as ayam goreng (fried chicken), ayam pop is different from common ayam goreng. While fried chicken is golden brown, ayam pop is light-colored. The dish originates from Minangkabau cuisine in West Sumatra.

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  1. ^ "92 resep ayam goreng padang enak dan sederhana". Cookpad (in Indonesian). Retrieved 11 November 2017.