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Bên cạnh cơm gà Hội An, Tam Kỳ cũng là vùng đất nổi tiếng với món cơm gà ngon tuyệt này. Có thể nói, hương vị đặc trưng ấy đã tạo nên thương hiệu cơm gà nổi tiếng mà hầu như ai cũng biết.
Nếu yêu thích món ngon này, bạn cũng có thể tự tay làm thử ngay tại nhà. Nào, hãy cùng khám phá bí quyết cách nấu cơm gà Tam Kỳ chuẩn vị miền Trung thơm ngon, hấp dẫn ngay thôi nào.

Cách làm cơm gà Tam Kỳ

Nguyên liệu làm cơm gà Tam Kỳ
2 lon gạo thơm jasmine
1 lon gạo nếp
1 con gà làm sạch dầu
Trứng gà
Hành tím, hành tím (loại nhỏ), hành tím (loại to), tỏi, gừng, bột nghệ, chanh, bắp cải, rau răm, ngò gai, lá bạc hà
Nêm gia vị: Muối, đường, nước mắm, dầu ăn.
Mẹo hay:
Để mua được gà tươi, bạn nên chọn loại có phần ức đầy đặn, ấn nhẹ vào ức thấy xương mềm, chân có màu vàng, thịt hồng hào, săn chắc, không có mùi hôi, da không có vết bầm hay tụ máu.
Để mua được gạo nếp ngon nên chọn loại có hạt tròn, đều, bóng, không bị dập, vỡ, không quá trắng hoặc trắng, có mùi lạ. Ngoài ra, bạn có thể nhai thử, nếu cơm có vị ngọt nhẹ thì chứng tỏ cơm rất ngon và chất lượng.
Cách làm cơm gà Tam Kỳ
Bước 1 Sơ chế nguyên liệu

Đầu tiên, bạn đem gạo tẻ và gạo nếp ngâm trong nước khoảng 30 phút cho nở mềm. Sau đó, bạn cắt đôi hành tây (1 củ) và hành tím to (1 củ) rồi thái miếng mỏng rồi ngâm với nước khoảng 30 phút cho bớt mùi hăng. Còn phần bắp cải bạn sẽ thái sợi, rau răm, ngò gai, bạc hà các bạn thái nhỏ.
Tiếp theo, bạn cắt bỏ phần phao câu và móng chân gà, phần mỡ thừa ở vùng đuôi (gần phao câu), bạn vớt ra để dành một chút. Khi làm xong, bạn trộn đều 1 thìa bột nghệ và 1 thìa dầu ăn với nhau để tạo thành dầu nghệ, sau đó dùng dầu thoa đều lên mình gà, giúp gà có màu đẹp hơn.
Lưu ý: Bạn có thể vận động gà bằng cách bẻ nhẹ các khớp chân và cánh, giúp gà mềm ra, thịt không bị cứng.
Bước 2 Luộc gà

Bạn bắc nồi lên bếp, cho phần mỡ thừa và 40g hành tím bằm nhỏ, 40g tỏi, 40g gừng thái chỉ vào, đảo đều cho đến khi mỡ tan ra và hành, tỏi, gừng có mùi thơm. Sau đó, bạn cho 1 thìa cà phê muối và 3 lít nước vào, đậy nắp lại và đun sôi ở lửa vừa.
Tiếp theo, cho 1 củ hành tây đã cắt đôi và thịt gà vào chảo (nhúng ngập mặt gà, không ngập nước) để giúp da se lại, không bị rách, chín đều và giòn. Khi nước sôi trở lại, hạ nhỏ lửa và cho gà vào luộc khoảng 30 – 40 phút. Khi gà chín, bạn vớt ra ngâm ngay vào nước lạnh.
Bước 3 Pha nước mắm

Bạn cho vào chén 2 muỗng cà phê đường, 2 muỗng cà phê nước mắm, 4 muỗng cà phê nước lọc và 1 muỗng nhỏ nước luộc gà, khuấy cho tan. Làm xong, bạn vắt ½ quả chanh và tỏi, ớt băm nhuyễn vào rồi đảo đều một lần nữa.
Bước 4 Nấu cơm

Bạn cho gạo tẻ, gạo nếp và 2 thìa dầu nghệ vào, trộn đều. Sau đó, bạn đổ 500ml – 1 lít nước luộc gà vào nồi cơm điện rồi đem nấu như bình thường.
Bước 5 Trộn gỏi
Bạn chặt và xé thịt gà thành từng miếng vừa ăn. Sau đó, bạn cho vào bát một ít hành tây, hành tím thái mỏng, bắp cải bào sợi, trứng gà non, thịt gà xé, rau răm, ngò gai, bạc hà thái nhỏ và nước mắm vừa pha rồi trộn đều. Vậy là đã xong.
Thành phẩm

Món ăn sau khi hoàn thành có màu vàng rất bắt mắt. Khi thưởng thức, bạn sẽ cảm nhận được những hạt xôi dẻo thơm, có chút béo ngậy từ nước luộc gà. Cùng với đó là phần thịt gà mềm dai cùng nước gỏi chua ngọt đậm đà giúp trung hòa vị béo của cơm tạo nên hương vị vô cùng kích thích.
Ngoài công thức trên, bạn có thể tham khảo thêm cách làm cơm gà Hải Nam để chiêu đãi cả nhà nhé, thịt gà mềm thơm ai ăn cũng thích.
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Having to compete with many famous brands like Starbucks or Highland, almost every most famous coffee shop in Vietnam is opened by individuals. They have earned their place in the coffee market first thanks to their attractive products, then impressive and aesthetic space and finally, the professional service. Here are some coffee shops in Vietnam that are known by many locals, located in the North, Central and South regions, convenient for you to visit. 1 - Giang cafe - the most famous famous coffee shop in Vietnam for egg coffee Egg coffee is a unique, attractive and interesting feature of Hanoi - this is a delicious beverage that combines the sweet, fatty taste of egg with the inherent bitterness of coffee. To enjoy the most original flavor of this specialty, you must definitely go to Giang. This famous Vietnam coffee shop is the birthplace of egg coffee - a rich coffee-flavored drink loved by many Hanoians and foreigners. Giang’s egg coffee is also the drink that helped the coffee title of the Vietnamese capital to show up in the top 17 coffees to drink in the world, voted by Buzzfeed. Founded around 1946 by Nguyen Van Giang, the creator of egg coffee, this famous coffee shop in Vietnam has changed locations twice, in 1955 it was located at no.90 Cau Go Street, then moved to no.7 Hang Gai Street, Hang Trong Ward, belonging to Hoan Kiem District - the heart of Hanoi Capital. There is another Giang Vietnam coffee shop on Nguyen Huu Huan street, opened around 2007 - 2008 by Mr. Nguyen Tri Hoa - Mr. Giang’s youngest son. With the uniqueness from the ecstatic aroma, the mixed taste of bitter and sweet, fleshy and rich, the fluffy white foam covering the strangely beautiful surface, egg coffee is the pride of Hanoians. In order to keep up with the general trend and improve the quality of experience for guests, Giang coffee has developed other drinks such as iced egg coffee, egg cocoa, egg green tea, rum egg coffee, and so on. The position of this famous coffee shop in Vietnam is engraved in the hearts of Hanoians, also attracting visitors who come to the capital to visit. See more: https://www.gapo.vn/1681492439/posts/r30b3ert47vb 2 - Boulevard Gelato & Coffee in Da nang Boulevard Gelato & Coffee is one of the most beautiful check-in coffee shops in Vietnam, designed in a simple European style. This Da Nang cafe attracts visitors with its elegant appearance with white and brown tones, bringing a feeling of warmth and closeness. In addition to the attractive coffee flavor and photogenic space, this Vietnam coffee shop is also famous for more than 20 delicious ice cream flavors. There is nothing better than ordering a strong cup of coffee, enjoying a cool ice cream and taking impressive check-in photos with friends to post on social media. 3 - Dalat Golf Cafe - famous coffee shop in Vietnam’s central highland Going all the way down the Central region, you will come to another famous Vietnam coffee shop - Dalat Golf Cafe is located right in the heart of the dreamy flower city of Da Lat. More than just having a menu with a variety of coffees, from popular like black ice coffee to high-end like weasel coffee, this Vietnam coffee shop attracts visitors mainly thanks to the beautiful rooftop view. The poetic and romantic setting of Dalat Golf Cafe and the beautifully decorated corners make this the best place for taking pictures. People come here not only to enjoy the taste of coffee, but also to watch live music shows performed by famous artists every weekend. More about famous coffee shops & chains in Vietnam: https://lotus.vn/w/post/923642173392658432.htm 4 - Café Eon in Ho Chi Minh city - a famous coffee shop in Vietnam Towering on the 50th floor of the Bitexco building, Café Eon is known as one of the tallest coffee shops in Saigon. This famous Vietnam coffee shop gives you the opportunity to admire the whole city, especially the magical shimmering feeling at night. This is the ideal place for couples to date, meet with partners, colleagues or with friends to admire, chat and enjoy delicious coffee. The shop has a very smart design with a movable partition wall, which can be moved to divide into several rooms, depending on the number of groups of customers coming. Each famous coffee shop in Vietnam has something different, making it famous and attractive. If you have the opportunity, you should not miss the experience of visiting one of the places mentioned above, enjoying the art space there and the attractive menu of the shop with various types of coffee.