Thursday, March 24, 2011

Mongolian chicken, 2 dishes plus 1 soup event

Mangolian chicken, 2 dishes plus 1 soup event

When i know Cuisine Paradise hosting the 2 dishes plus 1 soup event / $20 budget meal event, i know i have no problem to participate this event. Usually I will prepare 2-3 dishes plus 1 soup or no soup for daily dinner. If $20 is referring to our currency Ringgit Malaysia RM, i think it is hard for me to prepare 2 dishes +1 soup with only RM 20 when fish or meat are in the menu. But when convert $20 convert to RM, it is about RM 50, then this amount is sufficient to have a good meals.














This was one of the 2 dishes plus 1 soup meal i prepared earlier, stir fried cabbage with anchovies, ABC soup (carrot, tomato, patato, celery and pork ribs) and a new recipe that i learnt recently, Mongolian chicken. Actually I'm new to Mongolian chicken. I try to google search, it seem this is a famous Chinese dish but the ingredients is slightly difference from what i learnt, more to Asian style which added curry leaves.

Mangolian chicken, 2 dishes plus 1 soup event


I was in the rush at that time, that's why not many photos that I can share. The total I spent for this meal was about RM 30 ( $ 13 ) ..


Mongolian chicken
(recipe source: adapted from HSLing)


3 boneless chicken thighs, cut into bite sizes
3 sprigs curry leaves
2 small chili padi, chopped
1 big onion, chopped
4 clove garlic, chopped

For marinate
1/2tsp salt
1tsp sesame oil
½ egg, lightly beaten
2tbsp tapioca starch/ cornstarch
Pepper

For seasoning
1/2tsp black pepper powder
1tbsp chili paste
150ml evaporated creamer
1tsp sugar
Salt to taste

Method
1. Marinate chicken pieces for 30mins.
2. Deep fry chicken till golden brown, set aside.
3. Heat oil in a wok, sauté onion, garlic, curry leaves and chili padi till fragrant.
4. Return deep fried chicken to the wok, add seasonings and stir well.
5. Last add in evaporated creamer, quickly mix well and dish out.
6. Serve hot.

This chiken dish is nice with very fragrant of curry leaves and creamy, something similar to the butter sauce prawns that i cooked earlier.

Mangolian chicken, 2 dishes plus 1 soup event


I am submitting this post to Cuisine Paradise's event 2 dishes plus one soup event ...

Happy Cooking !!

28 comments:

鲸鱼蓝蓝蓝 said...

呵呵,RM20在我们这里做三样菜有鱼有肉真的比较困难:$

♥LOVE2COOK♥ said...

I simply adore this kinda chicken dishes!!! Loved the crispy fried chicken in tangy sauce. Pass me some dear...please I beg you, can't stop salivating here!

susanyee said...

i love 蒙古so much !!

Somewhere in Singapore said...

Dinner time is coming, hehe...

Three-Cookies said...

Mongolian chicken looks really interesting, bit like sweet and sour pork. I don't think you will find this dish in Mongolia, just like Mongolian BBQ!

pigpigscorner said...

I've heard of this dish but never made tried before. The sauce looks so good!

AhTee said...

Rice size Big please.... ^_^
slurpp slurrpp~~

Jeannie said...

Looks delicious...i used to boil soup for meals at home when my boys were younger but now seldom since they have grown out of the habbit of having soup with their meals. ABC soup was one soup I cooked very often then.

divya said...

Delicious click...Absolutely mouthwatering..

Min said...

I love Mongolian chicken, very yummy! Want to try this recipe also :)

My Little Space said...

Sonia, the Mongolian chicken dish sounds incredible! I am salivating already. Thanks so much for sharing it. Have a lovely evening.
Kristy

Ah Tze said...

wow!love your Mongolian chicken, it looks delicious!

Federica said...

This is a totally new recipe for me. It looks very good. Bye, thanks for visiting my blog. See you soon ^__^

daphne said...

In this climate, it is always good to be aware of budget and meal costing! for us AU$a0 will be a good meal but if it is RM$50 convert to au it will be around $6...might be rice, fried egg, vege soup and possibly fried spam! hahaha. how unhealthy LOL

Swee San said...

Oh my mum cooks something similar to this but she uses lotus roots.. with evaporated creamer/milk and curry leaves..

Pete said...

Haven't tried Mongolian chicken....but it looks really delicous!

Pushpa said...

I can just look at the picture for ever,looks absolutely delicious.

Lyndsey said...

The Mongolian chicken sound so good! I have only had Mongolian beef! Mmmm...

Joelyn~幸福の起点 said...

if we buy outside
i think less than myr20
can get it...
the 'economy food"...
u can get 3 or 4 dishes
and the soup is free! hehe

tigerfish said...

yummy yummy! Looks very delicious. The kind of home-cooked fare I want to eat everyday.

苏联妈妈 said...

lately i bought a booked 爱回家吃饭。。3 dishes + 1 soup recipe....cos i wanna start learn cooking liao...heheheee

Lisa H. said...

oooh... so yummy :)
I recently cooked Mongolian beef stir-fry using Kan Tong mix ... guilty ~ I cheated ;P

jade said...

Hi Sonia aka Nasi Lemak Lover =)

I got introduced to your blog through www.quaypocooks.com

wondering if you'd be keen to come do a review on baking and french pastry, this weekend. My deepest sincere apologies on the late notice. I have emailed you the details, see you'd still be available to come =)

Thank you =)

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MaryMoh said...

Looks very creamy and delicious. I'm sure this chicken dish would be great with rice or maybe even scooped over noodles...mmmm

Cuisine Paradise said...

Wow!!! Sonia, your Mongolian chicken makes us droolllllll.... it look absolutely good..... thanks for supporting this event. I am sure these will add more ideas to those who are keen to whip up budget meals for their family.

Bo said...

This looks so GOOD!!!

Fong's Kitchen Journal said...

wow, your Mongolian chicken looks so good! gotta try this out ...

rt r said...

Hi

This Mongolian chicken looks yummy, and seems so easy to prepare, plus uses basic ingredients.

It is very much similar to a dish served in India called Chicken Manchurian, though there's heavy use of red food color and chilli powder.

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