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Thursday, 23 August 2012

Super Brands Essence Steamed Chicken

Not long ago, we went to Ipoh and had Chicken Essence steamed Frog. Papa love the "gravy/soup" very much.

This got Mamarazzi to thinking. Why not make own Chicken Essence Steamed Chicken

She went to the market to buy half a Kampung Chicken.


 Came home, dug out some ginger and some Goji(Gei Zhi)

 Put everything together in a plate and a pinch of salt. Put into the Wok to steam.

 Got ready a bottle of Chicken Essence.

 The cooked Chicken

Pour in the Chicken Essence. Why not steam together with the Chicken Essence? Errrr...don't know. Coz that was how Mamarazzi saw the shop did it so she just "copied".

Result, the "gravy/soup" tasted terrific but not the chicken. The meat was tough. Later she read somewhere that Kampung Chicken is not the best chicken for steaming. Best is to use "Chow Dei Kai" .


As for me, I became full of energy after having the gravy with my rice. Wanna try?

55 comments:

  1. wow, this dish is so chicken!! hahaha, chicken steamed with essence of chicken!! so "bou" lah~~

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    1. Full of chicken goodness! :P

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    2. This dish is double chicken!

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    3. LOL...ya lo.....Chickenlicious

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  2. have not tried this before, but i can imagine it taste good lor.. something like the "sheung tong" but this is of course more chicken lah~~ :p

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  3. hehehe, so next time mamarazzi should buy "walking ground chicken" to cook this dish lah.. fuyoh, very nice attempt leh~~

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  4. maybe can twist the recipe a bit and add in some of your innovation?? hahaha.. will adding in "dung goo" nice or not ah?? hahahaha~~

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    1. SK

      add dong guai ah...later too Bou nose bleed then cham lo kakaka

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  5. Hang again! "The following plug-in has crashed: Shockwave Flash." Happens all the time. Tsk!!! Tsk!!!

    Oh ya!!! You so hyper-active already, cannot take chicken essence anymore lor... Must take things that will "calm you down". LOL!!!

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    1. adei....why asyik you kena hang one....

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  6. Nice recipe. But for Aunty Phong Hong half chicken where got enough? Will try doing this one of these days.

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    1. Phong Hong

      Half is enough la since experiement mah LOL

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  7. what is the difference between kampung chicken and chow tei kai?
    I think both are the same just the name only.

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    1. SP same meh? Thought Chow tei kai is those that people pelihara ones. T

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  8. I know about this dish but never order this dish. this is because they charge so much because of the brand...
    not worth it to eat outside..
    just like you better to cook it in the house..

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    1. SP

      Ya home cook la. Can add a lot of Gei Zhi make it sweeeter

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  9. Don't forget about me the next round u prepare this dish, lol

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    1. Sharon

      LOL


      willl eat on your behalf :p

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  10. heard about that but I haven't tried yet. I should do it one day.

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  11. theres nothing better than a mom's cooking

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    1. Dont be so sure about that MECoy

      This mom some times cook terrible tasting food

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  12. be careful while playing huh

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  13. What is Chow dei kai? Yoke kai? Maybe it wont be so tough if you dont cut up the chicken first... steam first then only cut... kampung chicken is more "teem"...

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    1. Then how to get the taste into the chicken, Claire

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  14. haha nice one! i think steam together will make the sauce kinda thicker :) i should try next time

    ---ohfishiee.blogspot.com

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  15. I think I saw this cooking method in one of the Eu Yang San series.... use the ready made chicken essence for cooking.

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  16. But I don't take chicken essence... very heaty.

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    1. But if put in the cooking should be ok gua, Yvonne

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  17. This dish is easily (and lazily) prepared, which is good for me :p Can save time and effort and no oil splatter in the kitchen, kekeke!

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    1. Yvonne

      ya lo....good dish for orang malas like Mamarazzi kekeke

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  18. I also wonder why the chicken essence not steam together with the chicken when I saw the restaurant pour into the dish when served~

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    1. Choi Yen

      dont know whor. Guess have to ask those expert in cooking one

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  19. amboi, I seriously wanna try it! hahah (too long didn't eat homecook food) :P

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  20. and also . . . didn't really see people use brands essence to cook it eh! hahaha I thought u will put BRANDY instead :P just kidding

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  21. Ya I was thinking why not steam together with the essence? Think the taste will, absorb into the chicken?

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    1. Irene

      Not sure why ...could be the essence will be less effective or lost taste if steam together? Usually people dribk the chicken essence warm

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  22. Fuhhh...i think i need to have this. Have been under the weather since Raya.

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  23. Definitely a healthy meal for family. I will ask my mom to cook this too =D

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    1. laaaa.....Diana

      I thought you are going to cook this LOL

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  24. I must try tis one day. Looks yummy!!

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