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Kitchens of Faith for Labor Day: Indonesian Chicken Rendang

Try out this delicious recipe from chef Henny Wong of Last Rain Ministry Church in Elmhurst, Queens!

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Indo Chicken Rendang

 

 

Recipe by Henny Wong of  The Last Rain Ministry Church

82-15 Queens Boulevard

Elmhurst, NY  11373

(718 ) 539-0129

Pastor Hank Widjaja

10am Bilingual (English and Indonesian) Sunday Service

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10 Responses to “Kitchens of Faith for Labor Day: Indonesian Chicken Rendang” Leave a reply ›

  • I do not even know how I ended up here, but I thought this feature was good. Thanks

  • Thanks Bella for sharing your plans. I am so excited about your ministry to the homeless men shelter. What a blessing you must be to them! Please let us know how your meal turns out. I would love to hear more about your cooking ministry. Please contact me at nycreligion@live.com when time allows. Thank you. Yes, you may serve Chicken Rendang with white rice or cold noodles. My family enjoys Chicken Rendang with Jasmine Rice + a green salad. I hope your Chicken Rendang turns out great!

  • So excited about this recipe. Plan to make this Indonesian chicken renfang for a homeless men shelter with about 50 men. They can consume 30 chicken in a regular meal. Probably this recipe will need to come with white rice or cold noodles as side dish. Thx Henny.

  • I like this!

  • Hi Robert, Check our website's menu "Peoples-Brazilians" or from your mobile phone check the drop-down menu "Browse" --Peoples. Only a couple of pieces on Brazilians. We are reading some new articles but not yet ready. No Brazilian Kitchens of Faith--now that must be corrected!

  • Last Rain Ministries kitchen must have tasty orderbs for sure. Can you post some photos and comment from you about Brazillian churches in Queens? I keep thinking about Brazillian churches in NY City. I can't get them off my mind.

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  • Thanks Gina! Yes, you may use coconut milk instead of 2% milk.

  • WOW, sounds delicious, I will love to make it but I will like to use the coconut milk, can I still do? I love coconut taste!! Thanks for sharing!!

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