Monday, November 22, 2010

Steamed fermented soy bean chicken

Steamed fermented soy bean chicken


Here is a very simple home cook steamed tauchu (fermented soy bean) chicken dish that goes well with steam rice.



Steamed fermented soy bean chicken


Steamed fermented soy bean chicken
(souce: originated by Sonia aka Nasi Lemak Lover)

400g debone chicken drumstick meat, cut into small bite size

Marinate seasonings:-
1tbsp tauchu /fermented soy bean
1tsp light soy sauce
1/2tsp salt
1tsp sugar
A dash of pepper
1tsp Chinese cooking wine, optional
1tbsp tapioca starch/ corn starch
2tbsp water

1tbsp chopped garlic
1tbsp shredded ginger
1 fresh red chili, chopped
1 sprig spring onion, chopped

Method
1. Mix chicken meat with marinate seasonings in a steaming plate, marinate for 1hour or more.
2. Add water and tapioca starch, chopped garlic and shredded ginger and mix well with marinated chicken.
3. Add half of the red chili and spring onion, and mix well with chicken.
4. Steam over high flame for about 8mins or till cooked.
5. Garnish with the other half red chili and spring onion.
6. Serve hot with steamed rice.

Steamed fermented soy bean chicken

Happy Cooking !!


32 comments:

Wen said...

A comfort dish! Your looks really good!

Bo said...

It sounds very good...I'm not very experienced at steaming food...this is something I would like to try.

Swee San said...

simple and nice.

Anncoo said...

A yummy dish that I always like to cook at home.

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

I really like the sound of this. It is on my to do list. Diane

♥LOVE2COOK♥ said...

Really tempting ya! :D

Sure ya friend, will let U know if I find any ramekins around. Actually I'll go around the baking section in super/hypermarkets just to find ramekins for U lately. Hahaha...

Cheah said...

This is a must try, Sonia. Thanks for sharing!

Kimberly Peterson said...

Gosshhh I haven't had tauchu in ages!! Your blog posts truly are bringing back childhood memories.. one after another... *hugs*

鲸鱼蓝蓝蓝 said...

卖相超赞的啦,你真棒!!!!

Little Inbox said...

A simple dish that looks so tempting. I put this in my to-do list.

WyYv said...

Oh my, that is one great dish.. It's good to have this together with white rice.. Looks very delicious there :D

Jane Chew said...

唷!太太太好吃了。

ICook4Fun said...

I steam ribs with tauchu but never try it with chicken. Looking at your mouth watering dish makes me wanted to do it too.

busygran said...

Simple yet tasty! That's what I like about it!

Min said...

I love this home-cooked food, looks delicious, I can eat whole bowl of rice just with this dish :)

Pete said...

My kids would love this dish!

Jeannie said...

THis looks very delicious and so simple to cook! Yum!

tigerfish said...

Simple and delicious - that's the way I like it!

Elin said...

Sonia..this is lovely...simple yet tasty. I used to steam fish with this ingredients too :)

My Little Space said...

This is another flavourful dish to go along with rice. I'm using the Szechuan spicy bean paste. Did you noticed that product? It's in a red plastic container!
Kristy

Anonymous said...

Hi, this is a lovely dish which is I used to prepare with a slightly tweak, i added chinese sausage and it is simply so good to go with rice.
Sem

Liz said...

LOOK YUMMY...WILL TRY SOON

pigpigscorner said...

Very homey, must cook this for my family =)

Chow and Chatter said...

oh looks super tasty and perfect with rice you will have to share music with us from your region hugs Rebecca

Quay Po Cooks said...

A good recipe to use when I host a Chinese dinner for my Muslim friend. Thanks for sharing:D

michelangelo in the kitchen said...

The dish is so appetizing, who can resist this. The fermented soy bean must give the superb flavor. Sooooo good! Cheers!

Swee San said...

Sonia, I just sent u an email, please check n reply :) THanks

Beachlover said...

just looking at the color,I know it's must taste goood!!! more rice!!

温馨小屋 said...

看到我肚子好饿好饿.....

♥LOVE2COOK♥ said...

Sonia, I have an award for U...pls accept it from my blog ya...;)

http://love2cook-msia.blogspot.com/2010/11/my-birthday-gift-award.html

psst...about the murukku mould. U can find them in any silver&brass shops at Little India Klang...some textile shops have them too...;)

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

Dear all, Thanks for stopping by and leave your lovely words.

Sem, Thanks for the tip, next time I also like to add few slices of Chinese sausages.

Love2cook, appreciate for your feedback, I must go to get one from Little India soon.

Angie's Recipes said...

A great homey and delicious chicken dish!

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