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Sunday, 14 October 2012

Mamarazzi's Polka Dots Salt Baked Chicken


 
When we went to Tg Sepat the other day, we stopped by this shop near the Lover's Bridge Restaurant.


 Mamarazzi saw this Salted Chicken Spices Mix. Bought it


 It was a very simple recipe. Just need to "massage" the powder on to a Kampung Chicken(Village Chicken??) that weights around 1kg.

But Mamarazzi did not follow the instruction. She got a normal chicken from of of the hypermarket. Used half to "experiment".

Masssaged in the powder and marinated the chicken overnight.


The next day, she took it out of the fridge and put it into the aluminium foil provided. Added some Dong Guai slices and plenty of Gei Zhi.


 Wrapped it up and steamed in the rice cooker for an hour as per instruction

Jeng ! Jeng! Polka Dots Salt Baked Chicken! Who wanna try? I dare not coz I don't wanna have polka dots. 

But Papa and Mamarazzi ate. Said it's not bad. Just that the meat was too soft. Overcooked. Probably because Mamarazzi used normal Chicken instead of Kampung Chicken.

Then next day, Mamarazzi did the same thing with the other half of the Chicken and gave to a friend. This round she steamed around 40-45 minutes instead of 1 hour.

Feedback from friend, it was good. Chicken meat not too soft. Enough "liu" and "soup".



59 comments:

  1. Very creative cooking! A polka dot chicken can also be called chicken spot?!

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  2. sounds good to me! and a good use of the seasoning packet...double your moneys worth!

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  3. Ahhhhh!!!! I got a few packets from Elin. Yet to try... Must get down to it one of these days.

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    1. LOL.....make sure wrap tight so the gravy dont come out

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  4. Ohh... dong guai... ur vampire auntie sked of that.

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  5. Wow, your own salted chicken..nice!

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  6. Looks yummy.....I wanna try too...never saw this spices mix here...

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    1. if i found it here in KL will mail you some

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  7. The colour of the chicken looks good..like those double steamed chicken.. tung kai..

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  8. Pokka dots ke polka dots? kekeke

    Mommy kucing always so creative in modifying recipe lah. :)

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  10. honestly i never ate steamed chicken coz we prepare it with sauce or fried

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  11. haha second will always be better hahaha

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  12. in my case if i were to eat steamed chicken i would like it extra soft

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  13. have a great day and happy bloggin to ou my friend god bless you and you lovely family

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    1. make sure use kampung chicken ah...dont degil like mamarazzi

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  15. i could tell you that i never try the ipoh famous salted bake chicken before..

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  16. it do looks good le..
    I though the special ingredients is just only salt..
    kakaka no need to buy the special ingredients..

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  17. This is very home cook style. :)

    I love herbal chicken as well!

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  18. Looked strange at first, but better after cooking. I thought the salt bake was supposed to give you a lot of moisture?;)

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    1. ya...the gravy sort of leaked from the aluminium foil coz Mamarazzi did not wrap it tightly

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  19. wah, now the salt-baked chicken also have the ingredients in convenient sachets already ah??

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  20. hahahaha, i actually wonder.. salt-baked chicken woh, are they actually baked or steamed leh??

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    1. euther way also can according to the instruction la....

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  21. put those extra "polka dots" good mah, nice and also delicious too.. i like woh, hahahaha!!

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  22. fuyoh, so good, you steam salt-baked chicken for your friend ah?? so nice lah, next time you steam for shorter time sure perfect one..

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    1. Coz Mamarazzi friend also enjoy this type of dish one

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  23. Meow, you are getting better in cooking now. Looks good, your steamed salt baked chicken.

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    1. This one no need work one....just massage then steam LOL

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  24. I love salted chicken........hard to get in S'ban. Nowadays got lots of instant spices...so convinenece.

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    1. ya home make you can have it to your taste

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  25. The chicken like growing pimples :P

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  26. Whoa....can sell polka dot salted baked chicken edy.

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  27. Wah!! next time I don't have to go to Ipoh to eat liao. Can order from you?

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  28. dam! it looks so tasty! wonder subang area got or not >.>

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    1. Got...at AH Lye Curry fish head restaurant They sell salt bake chicken

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  29. For me, I love soft chicken meat. More easy to chew..hehe.

    The chicken looked yummy to me:-)

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