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Krengsengan Kambing Recipe (Eastern Javanese Stewed Goat)

East Java Stewed GoatDhi of Cooking Etcera has made me craved for something with Petis which I used to have almost everyday while I was still in Sidoarjo, the city of Petis. A number of dishes in East Java province are enriched with Petis. Sidoarjo is one of the East Java cities that is used ample petis.

As a person who grew up in East Java, I know 3 variants of Petis. Petis Udang (Shrimp Paste), Petis Kupang (Tiny Shellfish Paste) and Petis Ikan (Fish Paste). I am very familiar with Petis Udang and Petis Kupang rather than Petis Ikan. Petis Ikan is well-known in Madura island (a small island in East Java province). Unlike Terasi or Belachan, Petis has a darker colour, gooey texture, stronger and richer flavour.

Petis Udang Sidoarjo
I still remember, when I was in elementary school. We went to canteen and bought kerupuks (Indonesian crackers) that were cooked with hot sand not fried with oil. The kerupuks were enjoyed with Petis Kupang sauce. We use petis for salad dressing mixture, dipping sauce of any fritters such as tofu, tempe, bakwan shrimp and vegetables fritters, and other Eastern Javanese dishes. Krengsengan Kambing is one of them that can be translated as Eastern Javanese Stewed Goat. About two years ago, I posted Krengsengan Daging, another style of Krengsengan with beef as the meat.

Krengsengan Kambing //Eastern Javanese Stewed Goat
Recipe by Cak Nono’s family, modified by me

Krengsengan Kambing Close-Up Krengsengan Kambing Close-Up 2

Ingredients:
500 gr goat for stew
2 tbsp Indonesian sweet soy sauce ( I’d rather use Cap Bango than ABC, but since I can not find Cap Bango for purchase in Winnipeg, I use ABC instead)
1 tbsp black shrimp paste (Indonesian: petis udang)
3 tbsp extra virgin coconut oil to saute
300 ml homemade shrimp broth
3 red chilli peppers, discard the seed, finely sliced

Grind:
6 shallots
3 cloves garlic
6 bird’s eye chilies
1 tsp ground white pepper
1 large tomato
seasalt as desired

Directions:
1. Marinate goat with sweet soy sauce and petis udang for 15 – 30 minutes.
2. Heat oil in a skillet over medium heat, add gound/pureed mixture, saute until fragrant. Add goatt, stir thru until the goat stiff and add broth. Cover the skillet with lid and cook in medium heat, stir occasionally until the meats are tender and the water almost evaporates.
3. Uncover the skillet, keep stirring until the oil of meats come out.
4. Add red chilli peppers, stir until soft. Remove from heat and serve with warmed rice.

Cook’s Note:
To get faster cooking process and tender meat, use pressured cooker.

Related Posts of Petis:
Krengsengan Daging (East Java Stewed Beef)
http://indonesia-eats.blogspot.com/2007/02/tahu-tempe-bumbu-petis-tofu-and-tempeh.html“>Tahu Tempe Bumbu Petis (Tofu and Tempeh Braised in Petis Sauce)
Grilled Mackerel with Petis Sambal

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42 thoughts on “Krengsengan Kambing Recipe (Eastern Javanese Stewed Goat)”

  1. Masak sehat by Yuni

    Sekali lg: foto2nya keren. Gmn neh ma rencana projek kita? Aku lg mikirkan teknisnya krn mbk kan di LN…

  2. makasihItu dia mbak..aku khan perlu pernah bikin tuhh jadi mohon bimbingannya :)email aku mbak ke indonesianinwinnipeg AT gmail DOT com

  3. makasih
    Itu dia mbak..
    aku khan perlu pernah bikin tuhh jadi mohon bimbingannya 🙂

    email aku mbak ke indonesianinwinnipeg AT gmail DOT com

  4. @ Mochachocolata Rita: hayo hayo ndang@ Rurie: asyikk iso garai Rurie ngiler@ Deetha: mbakyu aku ngebuzz awakmu ra ono jawaban

  5. @ Mochachocolata Rita: hayo hayo ndang

    @ Rurie: asyikk iso garai Rurie ngiler

    @ Deetha: mbakyu aku ngebuzz awakmu ra ono jawaban

  6. Marc @ NoRecipes

    Looks so good. I wish there were a place I could get goat around here, but I guess I'll have to try it with some lamb.

  7. Marc @ NoRecipes

    Looks so good. I wish there were a place I could get goat around here, but I guess I’ll have to try it with some lamb.

  8. dudu Yin, itu bukan panci, itu mini casserole dish modelnya kyk ramekin cuman 10cm diameternya. cuman bs buat baking gak bs buat dia ats kompor

  9. dudu Yin, itu bukan panci, itu mini casserole dish modelnya kyk ramekin cuman 10cm diameternya. cuman bs buat baking gak bs buat dia ats kompor

  10. Jun @ IndoChine Kitc

    I love the red pot you used in the shot! So cute. One silly question. Is petis udang the same thing as belacan?

  11. @ Kevin: I'll wait for your post. Hope you can find petis udang at Asian markets in Ontario.@ PigPigscorner: thanks@ Maya and Dhi: You're welcome.@ Jun @ IndoChine Kitchen: as I mentioned above, that petis is not the same like terasi or belachan. It's gooey texture, stronger and richer flavour. Thanks for stopping by.

  12. pep yg di ingredients shrimp paste itu trasi opo petis udange kuwi? soale aku cari2 kok ga ada tuh di ingredients petis udange? opo aku kliwatan yo?

  13. ada di ingredient aku nyebutnya shrimp paste, nat tak tambahin bahs indo ne,. kalo aku nyebut dried shrimp paste baru refer ke terasi udang

  14. Jun @ IndoChine Kitchen

    I love the red pot you used in the shot! So cute.

    One silly question. Is petis udang the same thing as belacan?

  15. @ Kevin: I’ll wait for your post. Hope you can find petis udang at Asian markets in Ontario.

    @ PigPigscorner: thanks

    @ Maya and Dhi: You’re welcome.

    @ Jun @ IndoChine Kitchen: as I mentioned above, that petis is not the same like terasi or belachan. It’s gooey texture, stronger and richer flavour. Thanks for stopping by.

  16. pep yg di ingredients shrimp paste itu trasi opo petis udange kuwi? soale aku cari2 kok ga ada tuh di ingredients petis udange? opo aku kliwatan yo?

  17. ada di ingredient aku nyebutnya shrimp paste, nat tak tambahin bahs indo ne,. kalo aku nyebut dried shrimp paste baru refer ke terasi udang

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