This method can be an alternative if you want to produce jengkol that is softer and doesn’t smell. The trick, prepare new rice washing water. Boil rice washing water with salt and crushed garlic. Enter the jengkol. Boil until tender. After boiling, jengkol crushed one by one and then washed. Fried jengkol until half cooked. Add sliced red onion and garlic. Continue to fry the jengkol until cooked. In this way, fried jengkol can have a crunchy texture on the outside and soft on the inside.
Those were a number of ways and tips for fried jengkol so that they are soft that you can try. Hopefully the info is useful.