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|Alternative names||Gulai chicken|
|Place of origin||Indonesia|
|Region or state||West Sumatra, Nationwide|
|Created by||Minangkabau cuisine|
Gulai ayam (Minangkabau and Indonesian for 'gulai chicken') is a traditional Indonesian dish of chicken cooked in a spicy, rich, yellowish, curry-like sauce called gulai. It is originally from West Sumatra (Padang). It can be classified as an Indonesian curry. Together with gulai kambing, (goat or mutton gulai), it is the most common and popular variant of gulai.
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