Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Kalderetang Manok


Actually, the way I cook my Kalderetang Manok is just the same way I cook my Afritada, the only difference is, when it’s almost done, I would add coconut milk with a dash Crushed Red  Pepper. I am telling you, when I cook this, it doesn’t last.


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1 whole chicken, cut into small pieces

1/4 cup soy sauce

2 small can of tomato sauce (or 1 medium can)

3 pcs. of bay leaves

1 whole red bell pepper (sliced)

2 large sized potatoes (cut in small pieces)

1/4 tsp. ground pepper

2 medium sized carrots

3 pieces of hotdog, cut (optional)

1 can green peas to garnish (optional)

salt to taste

a pinch of MSG (optional)

1 tsp. garlic minced

1/2 medium sized onion, (sliced)

2 tbsp. cooking oil

1 can of coconut milk

Crushed Red  Pepper (depends on how spicy you want it)


1. Sautee garlic and onion in a large pot using 2 tbsp. cooking oil.

2.  Add the chicken, soy sauce and at least 2 cups of water, ground pepper, bay leaves and half of the red bell pepper.

3.  Stir  frequently to avoid burning at the bottom.  Add water as needed to boil the chicken . When chicken  is almost done, add tomato sauce and the liver.

4.  Let boil for at least 4-5 minutes, when chicken  is really tender to your satisfaction, add potatoes and hotdog.

5.   Let boil and when potatoes are almost done, add the rest of the bell pepper, salt to taste and MSG if you prefer.

6. Add coconut milk and crushed red pepper. Garnish it with green peas before taking out of the stove.

7. Makes 8-10 servings.



Enjoy!! Next post will be Menudo..Yumm!


Glenda said...

Hmm, maybe I should try your style ate! hehehe Thank you for sharing.

Jen said...

Di ako masarap magluto ng kalderetang manok tita diko magaya ang luto mo!di bale makikikain nalang ako next time pagdalaw namin lutuin mo ulit yan tapos bibili ako ng ingredients para sa leche plan!for special request lang po ma'am!heheh.

Cecile said...

Asan yung picture? mukhang masarap nga with cocnut milk in it; try ko to tapos, i will bring sa church on our christmas party :-).

Manang Kim said...

Mommy Liz didn't know you have kusina here. Okey dokie will add this to my friends kusina list.

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Seiko said...

Thanks for sharing this to us Mare!Wow 'm so glad magkumare pala tayo kay Sati!Regards.
I'll try this menu on Friday for my Food Trip Friday meme but then hindi ko na lang lalagyan ng coconut milk,my family just don't like coconut milk kagaya na lag nung biko na tinuro ni Mommy Shydub.Ako lang ang kumain...sigh
Hope you can always inform me pag meron kang bago,bihira lang kasi ako makapagluto ng Philipine food dito.God Bless!

shydub said...

Sounds yummy mommyliz kahit walang picture, siguradong maglalaway ako pag may pictures dito.

Elaine Carol said...

thanks sa recipe. im making it now... can't wait to taste it.