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Friday, January 8, 2016

Waxed Meat Claypot Rice (Lap Mei Fun) 腊味饭_2016 CNY dish_金猴报春

The best time to enjoy Lap Mei Fun is during CNY time, as we can easily get good quality of imported waxed meats especially from Hong Kong. I got some good one during my recent short visit to Ipoh.

Also very easy to prepare this one pot rice..


You can cook it using rice cooker too, but using claypot, you can only get this burnt rice, so smoky and nice.

Waxed Meat Claypot Rice (Lap Mei Fun) 腊味饭
*serve 5-6

2 and ½ cup rice ( I used Jasmine new rice, so add less water), soak for an hour
3 cups water

2 pcs Chinese pork sausages
2 pcs of Chinese duck or goose liver sausage
1 pc of waxed duck thigh

Seasonings (mix together)
1tbsp dark soy sauce
1/2tbsp oyster sauce
1/2tbsp light soy sauce

Spring onions, for garnishing

  1. Remove fat from waxed duck, soak in hot water for 5mins as to remove oil and reduce saltiness. Chopped into small bite-size pieces.
  2. Soak Chinese sausages and liver sausages in hot water for 5mins, then remove the skin, and slice thinly.
  3. Add rice and water in the claypot, arrange waxed duck on top, close with lid and bring to boil (~5mins).
  4. Once boiled, open the lid, stir the rice to mix well. Then lower down the flame, close the lid and continue simmer for around 10mins, or water all absorbed and rice is cooked.
  5. Place both Chinese sausages on top, sprinkle seasoning sauce on top, turn off the flame, cover the lid and let it simmer for another 5mins.
  6. Garnish with spring onions, stir well the rice before serve. You can serve together with green vegetables and a bowl of soup .

Recipe by Sonia a.k.a Nasi Lemak Lover


My Little Space said...

Now, I'm in the CNY mood already. haha... Hubby favourite, the wax duck! Just bought some and it costs me $8.50 per pce. Happy weekend !
Blessings, Kristy

Ana Regalado said...

Haven't tried to cook this kind of dish at home :P Love the burnt rice , certainly tastes way better to cook it in a pot !

PH said...

Wah, I love this lah! See already feel so hungry liao.

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

one of my favourites in Chinese New Year! Yours looks so yumm.

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