Separate the green
part of the bok choy from the white part. Cut both in thin slices. Mix
the green part with the salmon and the sambal. Stir fry the chicken
a few minutes, add the white part of the bok choy and stir fry five
minutes more. Add the ginger jam, the soy sauce, the garlic and the
lemon juice and fry again 5 minutes. Serve the green and the white mixture
next to each other on a plate, with white rice or small potatoes.
Serve Surinam chicken for instance on the 1st of
July. On 1 July 1863, slavery was abolished in Surinam. Click on
culinary calendar for more links
between cooking and history.
Fry the chicken fillets
for 5 minutes on both sides. Add the soy sauce and honey to the pan
and roll the fillets through the mixture. Put the chicken in an oven
dish, pour over the remaining sauce and sprinkle the sesame seeds on
top. Bake 20 minutes at 180 degrees