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Monday, March 21, 2011

392. Ginger Chicken Meat

Selalu masak 'Ginger Meat', tapi hari ni masak 'Ginger Chicken Meat' pulak :)

These are all meat part of a chicken, the breast part which is not popular with my children. So whenever I cook one whole chicken I used to cut the breast part and put it in a clean plastic sheet and keep them in my fridge freezer. Soon there are 2 to 3 small plastic sheet containing just the breast meat of the previous chickens that I cooked.

Today I decided not to keep them there too long but cook them. So I thought how to cook them in order my children eat them? They like anything cooked with soy sauce and with ginger.

And that was what I did.


My Ginger Chicken Meat



To Prepare :-

1. Sliced the chicken meat thinly and about 1 inch long.

2. Washed and put aside in a sieve to drip dry.


To Cook :-

1. Skin medium size fresh ginger, 2 inches long (sliced thinly) and another 2 inches long (to be grounded).

2. Ground the 2 inches long ginger, 4 garlic and 2 small shallots.

3. Slice 2 fresh red chillies. Keep aside with the sliced ginger.

4. Saute the items no. 2 above.

5. Stir well under medium fire until aromatic.

6. Add in the cut chicken meat.

7. Stir well for 2 minutes.

8. Add in half a cup of dark soy sauce. Then add in half a cup of water.

9. Stir and let meat cooked until tender.

10. Add in 2 tablespoons of tomato sauce (either chilli or tomato).

11. Add in the sliced ginger and the sliced red chillies.

12. Add in one tablespoon of sugar and salt to taste.


This is a dry dish and best eaten with hot white rice :)


p/s. Surprise, surprise, I was happy to hear my son kept saying,' eh nyaman ginger chicken tok ma'.


A Good Monday to you all!


Cheerio.



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16 comments:

Small Kucing said...

yummy....but i usually cook without the tomato sauce. Just add a bit of oyster sauce. The gravy great with rice

Puan Isah said...

Small Kuching - Yes, either oyster sauce or tomato sauce will make the gravy great with rice.
Kak add tomato sauce just to get the sauce thicken and shiny.

Try it :)

reanaclaire said...

hey, i also took ginger chicken tonight.. hahaha...but cooked by my mum *shame*.. she added in some mushrooms too..

Cyah Radi said...

Yumssssssss.. I always love anything with ginger.. Thanks for the recipe dear.

mNhL said...

i don't like chicken breast too..... i prefer the thighs. Mum said I'm choosy. hehe

ummufatihah said...

Salam Mak Isah...

I loooveee any dish with xxxtra ginger... Be it chicken, meat, fish, bla, bla, bla..... :)

Thanks for sharing...

[tErOmPaH bIrU] said...

i dont mind breast part.. janji bukan drumstick hihi..
look delicious lah Mak Isah :) dah my peberet juak masak kicap gia hehe.. extra ginger gik, walla!
nangga diwaktu2 nak masok lunch hour tok alu terasa krokk.. krokkk ;P

Alice Phua said...

I don't like the breast meat but refer the thigh and drumstick, but my hubby terbalik pulak!

Kak Nora said...

Salam . I cooked ayam masak kicap for lunch today. Same process but the cucus prefer masak kicap with soup.I added sliced ubi kentang too.

Puan Isah said...

Claire, it's no shame la,enjoy your time being pampered by mum :)

Yes can add mushrooms too.

Puan Isah said...

Cyah dear, you're welcome. Always.
Yes, adding lots of ginger in meat, chicken or fish makes such a difference in the dishes.

Puan Isah said...

mNhL, I think my son is even choosier LOL... but this time I've got the surprise of my life when he said my chicken ginger meat was yummy!

All this time he only eat the wings of a chicken :p

Puan Isah said...

Ummu, you're most welcome :) Sama la kita.

Puan Isah said...

Laa..biru ni satu...tak makan drumstick?? Orang lain berebut carik drumstick, nya yg sik makan!

hish krokk krokk, molah mak isah tetak jak eh

Puan Isah said...

Alice, takpe...kalau macam tu, bila beli satu ekor ayam, semua parts boleh laku! he he..

You macam anak-anak mak isah, tak suka makan the breast part, they said too fleshy.

Puan Isah said...

Salam kak nora, best dengar kita masak same process he he...

A'ah entah budak-budak suka benar makan kalau apa-apa dimasak dengan kicap ye?

I like potatoes in curries or kicap. Sedap!