Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Stuffed chicken floss pancake 青龙包 & Giveaway winner


Today I would like to share with you this old recipe. This pancake has been encored few times by my family..simple and yummy!




Stuffed chicken floss pancake 青龙包



No oil is added in this recipe!

Stuffed chicken floss pancake 青龙包


Stuffed chicken floss pancake 青龙包



Stuffed chicken floss pancake 青龙包
Recipe source: adapted from My Kitchen Snippets with minor changes
*makes 10pcs

Stuffed chicken floss pancake 青龙包300g high protein/bread flour
1/4 tsp salt
125ml milk
60ml warm water
1 tbsp sugar
1 tsp instant yeast

Filing- Chicken Floss

Method
1. Mix warm water, sugar and yeast, set aside until frothy
2. Combine bread flour, salt, milk and yeast base in a mixing bowl
3. Knead the dough till smooth and elastic (I use KA mixer for 20mins, speed 3-4)
4. Leave to prove until double in size.
5. Divide the dough into small ball weighted 50g each, rest for another 15mins.
6. Flatten the dough, spoon some chicken floss on it, seal and shape round and rest for another 10mins.
6. Pan fry in a non-stick pan over low heat.
7. Use spatula to flatten the pan cake while frying.
8. Fry till both sides of pan cake turned brown.
































Now i would like to announce the winner of my Lipton Teh Tarik giveaway. So sorry i can only giveaway one present and hope you will try your luck in my future giveaway if you are not the winner this time ^_^.
So the winner is:-

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(The winner is Baking Diary, Congratulations!!)
 
**To the winner, please send me your address soonest..

Do you know which are the two foods that choosen by most of the participants when they enjoy a cup of Teh Tarik , 1st is Roti Canai, 2nd is Nasi Lemak !!

54 comments:

Loveforfood said...

oh... i love that.. i have never tried it before... yummy!

Ah Tze said...

lovely chicken floss pancake! like its Chinese name too 青龙包!

cikmanggis said...

mesti cuba nampak sungguh yummy..oh yes,pokok markisa sudah tumbuh?Semoga ianya berbuah dengan lebat:)

鲸鱼蓝蓝蓝 said...

感谢分享,我会试试看:)

Ann@Anncoo Journal said...

Looks delicious and easy to make. Will bookmark into my to do list.
Congrats to the winner!

kitchen flavours said...

Congratulations to Jeannie!
Your chicken floss pancake looks wonderful!

Echo's Kitchen -- A Taste of Memories said...

I am tempted and definitely want to try this out!

anne said...

I love these ! Will try this recipe sometime ;) These are perfectly cooked , Sonia ! Yummy ! Congrats to the winner !!!

spdong said...

噢,这个我有买过来吃,但我却不知道这种面包叫青龙包!
真的谢谢妳的食谱分享,有空我会在试试~:)

Rose said...

Congrats to the winner!

Ooooh, I love this kind of pancakes. I can eat a lot. ;p

有碗話碗 Rice Bowl Tales said...

This seem so healthy and delicious, yet very easy to make, I'll try that when the kids are home :)

blog-tips-kurus said...

must try! :-)

ping said...

This reminds me of English Muffins. Looks very much like it too! How interesting! You've just merged Asian and European into one bun! I have to try this.

Angel @ Cook.Bake.Love said...

Congrats to baking diary !

The name is so interesting, do u know why is is called 青龙饼?I just bought some pork floss , would like to give it a try.

♥LOVE2COOK MALAYSIA♥ said...

Irresistible buns over there Sonia! Aiks didn't know you had a giveaway :(

Congratulations to the winner. And yes, my fav would be teh tarik and Nasi Lemak! :)

Li Shuan said...

Sonia, this is a great recipe. Someone ask why it is called青龙包,the bao has no green colour ma..hahaha!

Honey Bee Sweets said...

Oh It's a family favorite? Ok ok I'll try it out too, looks very yummy indeed! Baking Diary won? Congrats to him!

Small Kucing said...

wow..can use non stick pan ah...goodie :). Saw these selling at Night market but usually is too sweet. Bet these home made ones are better

lena said...

the pancakes look great, i would like both sweet and savoury fillings too!

ogyep yummy mellow said...

The chicken floss is home made or store bought? Family's recipe, should be very nice right..

Julie said...

Delicious with stuffing,lovely pancakes!!!
Cook in any recipe with Cilantro/Cumin as main ingredients & rush it in my EP Series-Herbs n Spices
Erivum Puliyum

Vivian Pang said...

Another great way to eat 'bread'. Lovely texture!

Pete said...

Mmmm, no oil, healthy recipe for the family...

Lrong said...

I am now transiting at Changi Airport waiting for my flight back to Japan, but before that, I am going to your house to eat that deliciously looking thing! Urrrmmm...

busygran said...

Looks good and yummy especially for breakfast to perk up early in the morning! Bookmarked for my grandchildren!

Sherleen.T said...

look like this lovely pancake has a strong and powerful chinese name...haha
i have never eaten this, anymore for me? :)

Angie Ng said...

还真的不知道这叫青龙包,看起来很像很好吃哦!
把食谱带回家了。。谢谢分享^^

ICook4Fun said...

It has been a long while since I made this. It time to make some. I like the idea of using chicken floss for the filling.

WendyinKK @ Table for 2..... or more said...

I remember this post from you.
That was long ago.

Cass @ 揾到食 said...

It looks healthy & yummy:)

Gloria said...

these look delicious and amazing Sonia!

Jo said...

The pancakes look fantastic and I am sure tasty as well. Love the idea of chicken floss.

Christy said...

The 'No oil' part sounds good, although amazes me at the same time, as I thought it was almost impossible to make cakes/pastries like these without oil!
Amazing job, Sonia!:D

Anonymous said...

hi sonia,
am from Banting a small town, when am a little girl,I used to eat, people fr Banting named it as "hang pia' ONLY one old lady knew the way to make.

Mel said...

I bet this must be good and yummy since you have made this numerous times for your family. I guess I should not have excuses not to make this too! Thanks for sharing!

eileen@hundred eighty degrees said...

It has a big name. Should taste great too!

hanushi said...

I am drooling as I see your post... :)

蓝色小厨 said...

I can see the skin is very spongy...and i don't know this pancake chinese name call "青龙包“。

Jessie-CookingMoments said...

Congratulations to Baking Diary!

I like the name of this bun, it's called the Green Dragon Bun! And what I like most is that they don't need oil to pan-fry!Bonus point!

Jeannie said...

Hey I won! Yay! Thanks so much Sonia:D I did say I love having teh tarik with my roti canai:D I am going to try making this pancake, really look like english muffins but with fillings:D

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

Angel and Helena, actually I don't know why this pancake call as 青龙包, i got this name when i posted the old recipe, few bloggers told me this Chinese name, hehehe..

Jane Chew said...

this really looks like the 花生煎包i did earlier right? But i think this must be yummy to go with chicken floss fillings. Love to try out but i dont have either pork or chicken floss now :(

Jes's Deli Corner said...

My favourite..i always buy this pancake from jln ipoh..a MUST bookmark this recipe..thanks Sonia

Kiran @ KiranTarun.com said...

Mmmmm.. delish floss chicken pancake recipe!

Congrats to the winner of giveaway :)

daphne said...

You made it sound so easy with this recipe from Kitchen Snippets! And those little buns are perfectly sized and round,.I am sure they are usually gone as you fry one out ;)

My Little Space said...

Congratulations to the lucky winner! Btw, Love your shao bing. Very tempting looking!
Have a lovely day.
Kristy

Anonymous said...

The pancakes look delicious so I tried this last night but mine turn out chewy & hard. Not sure is it over cooked? it shld be soft?

Vivian

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

Vivian, the texture of this pancake is slightly chewy and it should not hard but spongy, maybe you have under proof the dough. If you don't like chewy texture, maybe you can use normal flour like the original recipe or replace half of it with normal plain flour. Hope this helps .

Anonymous said...

Hi Sonia, thanks for your help. Will try it again :)

Vivian

Nami | Just One Cookbook said...

Hi Sonia!

I saw this yesterday through email and got me really crave for these! They look seriously delicious! I like that it's pan fried! I can make this... =)

Zoe said...

Good that you cook this recipe again because these fat-free pancakes look very delicious and I would love to make them for my family too :D

Mary said...

I may just be missing something simple, but what is chicken floss? This looks really cool and I bet my kids would love it. Is it just a chopped chicken filling?

Biren @ Roti n Rice said...

These pan fried pancakes are different and look really good. I like the chicken floss filling.

Congrats to Jeannie! Yes, teh tarik is good with roti canai and nasi lemak :)

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