Sunday, May 04, 2008

Nonya Chicken

I made this dish a few weeks ago and completely forgotten about it until I found some of the pictures in my file. I saw this wonderful recipe from Jun's blog and I just have to try it out and I was not disappointed. This dish turns out really delicious.

Ingredients :

500gm chicken
1 medium size onions - quartered
some curry leaves
1 red chili - slice thinly
1 green chili - slice thinly
1 tomato - quartered
1 egg
1 tbsp of cornstarch

To be blended

1 lemon grass
1 tsp of turmeric powder
1 clove of garlic
1 shallot
1" of galangal or ginger

For the sauce - combined

1 tbsp of plum sauce
1 tbsp of oyster sauce
1 tbsp of tomato ketchup
2 tbsp of water
salt and pepper to taste

1) Cut chicken into bite size pieces and marinate with the blended ingredients, egg and cornstarch and set aside for 15 minutes.
2) Heat up some oil and fry the chicken until golden brown and drain off excess oil on paper towel. Remove oil from pan and leave about 1 tablespoon.
3) Add in onions, chilies and curry leaves and stir fry until fragrant. Add in chicken, tomato and the sauce. Continue to stir fry until sauce thicken.
4) Serve with warm rice.

11 comments:

Yatie_T said...

Gert,
your Nyonya Chicken looks delicious. Thank you for your home remedy.

...for who made the stars said...

your dishes always look like restaurant quality =)

daphne said...

oh my. That looks lovely. I also like your Zebra cake. Very nicely done.

Mochachocolata Rita said...

wow wow...gotta try this soon...i normally do something similar with so much less spices (ayam goreng kecap manis)...this one sounds much better ^_^

Jun :) said...

Hi gert..sedap eh ayam nyonya..i datang nk mintak kek zebra tu sket..hehehe

Big Boys Oven said...

this looks lovely and yunny! but I always hate the taste of combining oyster sauce and tomato sauce!

tigerfish said...

Oh, this is so appetizing *choking on my own saliva*

I Cook4Fun said...

Yatie, hope it works for you :)

Stars, thank you.

Daphne, thank you.

Rita, I also like kecap manis but I can't get my fav brand here :)

Jun, sorry lah kek zebra dah habis :)

BBO, actually for me the combinations taste is good :)

Tigerfish, ha ha...

Jin Hooi said...

Thanks for sharing this recipe,i made this the other night and it was great !!!

Anonymous said...

Hello,

I love this recipe--will try it this weekend. Btw, plum sauce is wrong spell

Cheers

ICook4Fun said...

Anon, thanks for poiting out the mistake.