PORTUGUESE CUISINE DEVIL'S CURRY
Some people say that this debal curry is named after its overly spicy taste. This bald curry is a spicy curry without using any curry powder and contains other spices such as hard fruit, arc and vinegar. It is a traditional Portuguese cuisine in Malacca and Singapore. Usually it is served on Christmas Day or special occasions that are celebrated together with family members.
HOW TO COOK:
Boil the chilli dry and grind
Slice large onions in the form of dice.
Grind the onion, lemongrass, lengkuas, ginger, live turmeric, until all ingredients are mixed.
Fry ginger until crispy.
Saute the ground chilli with the ground ingredients and mustard seeds until the smell rises and breaks the oil
Add the chicken and then the potato tubers
Place the tamarind water
Mix all this material up to abrick
Add cooked vinegar
Sprinkle the red chillies and halia that was fried earlier as a garnish.