Not sure what happened to my blogger reading list, my recent published post is not appearing the updates in my reading list. I had checked with other bloggers and realised that my published post also did not appear in their updated reading list :(. So if you are viewing the post base on your reading list or blog favourite list, you will not see my updated post :(. If you know the solution, pls help! Thanks in advance.
I had promised dear husband to cook salted egg yolk chicken for him, has been delayed for quite sometimes and finally fulfilled my promised :).
I am not good at deep frying food, I think I had over cooked the chicken as I was not sure when will the chicken be cooked lol. I got my helper to help me coated the chicken with tapioca flour, and she had coated too much flour. Although I had tried shaking away some of the flour but the outer layer of chicken meat still a bit hard :(. Luckily the interior still very tender.
The color of the chicken really looks weird till to the lighting :(
Recipe adapted from Table for Two or More
350gm boneless whole chicken leg, cut into 1 inch thick large slices
1/3 tsp salt
1 egg white
1 cup tapioca starch
Oil for deep frying
Dry chicken properly. Mix chicken with salt and pepper. Then put in egg white. Marinate for half an hour, at least. Coat whole pieces of chicken with tapioca starch. Dust off extra starch.
Deep fry chicken pieces until golden and crispy.
2 Tbsp butter
2 sprigs curry leaves, remove from stem, leaves only
1 or 2 bird’s eye chilli, sliced
3 salted egg yolks, steamed and mashed
2 Tbsp evaporated milk
1 tsp oil
1/3 tsp salt
½ tsp sugar
In wok, on medium heat , put in oil and butter. When butter has melted, put in sliced chilli and curry leaves. When they are fragrant, put in mashed egg yolks, with spatula, try to flatten the yolks into the oil and cook until it look bubbly and fragrant (won’t take long). Turn heat to low and put in milk, salt and sugar. Turn heat to high and and cook until very bubbly. Put in chicken and toss until well coated.
This is a sinfully delicious dish, dear husband said is even better than some of the restaurant that he had tried. So, a definite keeper.
This dish is so mouth watering!! Would love to have it with rice.ReplyDelete
Mich, this dish is good, even without rice lol.Delete
wow it luks sooooo yummy!!! u have got nice collection of recipes, glad to follow u:)ReplyDelete
Jess, I don't understand your problem as I can see this updated post from the list of bloggers that I'm following on my "dashboard." Otherwise, I won't have known you have updated this post. By the way, this is a yummy dish to cook once a while. Sometimes no need to be so health-conscious, hahaha!ReplyDelete
Jessie, ya it suddenly appeared after a few hours, dunno what is happening :(. Ya sometimes need to indulge a bit hahaha...Delete
Looks good leh, I also want to learn this.ReplyDelete
Your post did appear in my blog list, no problem. But I don't know how to solve your problem.
SSB, this is very easy, if I can cook sure you can! Yes the post appeared after a few hours so now ok liao thanks ya.Delete
Yes Lao Shi, I love any dish with egg yolk, so as my husband but cannot always cook hahaha...Delete
This is my favorite dish, i haven try to cook this at home.ReplyDelete
Xing Hui, do give it a try, is simple and easy :)Delete
Irene, dun give up as treat it as an update for ourselves. But I will need to follow up to print out, if not one day some hiccups and the blog gone, there wont be any records :(.Delete
Irene, this is yummy, next time we can arrange to go ur place to do a cooking session and we can try this dish hahaha...
Looks delicious! I just had this at the restaurant yesterday, no cooking! Hahaha! My daughter's favourite, anything with salted egg yolks!ReplyDelete
Hi Joyce, my favourite also anything cooked with salted egg yolks but hor, I dun like eating salted egg yolk by itself hahaha...Delete
i like anything with salted egg yolk too.
Recently thinking of making 咸蛋酥 :D
Your this dish looks yummy and simple to make, will like to 'tapau' your recipe :p
how much is the calorie for one portion of this?ReplyDelete
Hi, just one question, did you steam the salted egg whole (with shell) then dig out the egg yolk and mashed, or do you separate the egg white and egg yolk and steam them separately?ReplyDelete