Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Salted Egg Chicken

Hi there lovelies,
Aha, its another recipe pitching, today its Salted Egg Chicken. Salted egg of course is the love of my life, in fact, every day can be a salted egg day. Then again, it can be worrying as well because, anything salty should be moderately consumed, let alone when age catches up. No doubt, health is still sunshiny for me, yet, why risk? I am not saying that if you are older, you are more to prone to sickness, even youngsters these days are not spared. So, maybe I should say, better to limit salt regardless of age. Coming back to the recipe, obviously of course chicken is the other core ingredient (Cashew Nut Masala Chicken, Tom Yam Chicken, Chicken Devil Curry, Chicken Curry Potatoes), in addition to salted egg for this Chinese style dish (Kam Heong Prawns, Chicken Wanton Soup & Chicken Black Vinegar Ginger).  Go ahead, grab this recipe of mine. 

400g chicken - cut into bite sizes
1/2 tbsp corn flour
3 salted eggs - microwave for 3 mins, once cool down, gently run through with a fork for breaking into pieces. Alternatively, you can boil the eggs, thereafter, scoop out the yolks and gently mash
4 shallots - sliced thinly
3 red chillies - remove seeds and sliced thinly
1 small bunch of coriander leaves - sliced thinly
Enough oil for deep frying
Salt to taste

Mix cornflour and a bit of salt into chicken.  Deep fry chicken, remove and keep aside.
Leave just about 2 tbsp oil in the same wok.
Saute shallots; add the rest of the ingredients, including fried chicken.
Stir all together and remove from heat.

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  1. another interesting dish from you, Nava!

  2. thanks Tina And cik for the lovely comments.

  3. Check out Peteformation.blogspot.com. He also have this recipe. Love the way he cook. Meal simple and easy

  4. Lots of recipes. So are you a profetional Cheff?
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  5. Wah wah never heard of chicken with salted egg. Very creative!

  6. Wow this is a new recipe for me specially the use of salted eggs. Before I only used it in Salads and Congee now I can use it for something new.

  7. thanks for sharing the recipe. it's one of my favourite dishes!~~~

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  9. This is quite a popular dish at Chines Restaurants and from here, I made with my own twist and turn.
    Sailor - just enjoy cooking and for sure makes my hubby happy.

  10. this is so simple and looks so yummm :D

  11. salted eggs seem to be the trend lately.


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