Sunday, January 20, 2008

Loh-Mai-Gai (Steamed Glutinous Rice Chicken)

I have this recipe (Precious Pea BloG) with me " AGES " ago ! I'm just too lazy to try out and yet so tempted on it !!!! I did few research... and apparently This one is more "open-secret" than the others... and also this one is more Malaysian flavour.

Everytime When I found some great recipes online, I will print it out and file it away=p The thing I hate most is, if I dont make it oneday, it will forever keep running in my memory! which make me so tired & irritating la~ my mind keep on thinking about it only! hate it!

So In-order-to-get-rid-of-this-Loh-Mai-Gai in my mind.......... I decided to MAKE IT TODAY! *LOlz*

I amended the recipe a bit ... I subsitute Chinese Sausage with Chinese Dried meat~ haha, same flavour what... =p~

Ingredients ( For 4 persons)
1 Bowl Glutinous rice + 1/4 bowl of plain rice
Few Chinese Mushrooms ( Soaked)
1 Piece Dried meat ( Cut into half, 1/2 slice into stick..1/2 cut into dices )
1 Piece of chicken maryland ( Deboned)

Marinate the Chicken for 1/2 hour
( t = teaspoon ; T = Tablespoon)
1/2 t cooking wine
1 t sesame oil
1 T ginger juice ( I used Minced ginger)
1/4 t oyster sauce
1/4 t light soya
1/2 t sugar
sprinkle of pepper.
* My marinating are quite in small portion due to small amount of Chicken pieces)

Special Sauce for cooked Glutinous Rice
1 T cooking oil ( Use lard oil if u have)
1 t oyster sauce
1 t sugar
1 t dark soya
1 t light soya
1 T ginger juice ( I used minced ginger)
sprinkle of pepper

1. Soaked the Glutinous rice for overnight.

2. Drain the rice & steam for 30 minutes.

3. When the rice is steamed, mix the sauce & diced dried meat into it. Stir well.

Yeah.. I added diced dried meat into the rice, so enhance the flavour.

4. Put mushroom on the most bottom ( so all the flavour will go into it) , but here, i brush the mushroom with a bit of the glutinous special sauce. Then follow by all the meat. Lastly put the rice on top.

5. Steamed at 40 minutes! Wow.............. what else.... eat la now ! =p

I told Kylie, this pic looks like Steamed Abalone Glutinous Rice. *HAHAHA*


Creamster said...

Wah ... so tempted, loh mai gai is my favourite le ...

When do u want to cook for me?

Tony Hii said...

My favourite when I was at Taylor's College, PJ.

Denise said...

creamy: Ok SOON

TOny: Dont tell me it's not ur favourite NOW ? =p

ekeng said...

jie jie,i want to eat Loh Mai Gai..Well done Denise !!!

WoMbOk™♂ said...

Ooo... I haven't loh mai gai in agess.... must go visit your kitchen next time liau. keke

Precious Pea said...

Slurp slurp slurp! Thanks for linking me. Yours looks delicious! But how come you add in white rice?

Denise said...

ekeng : TQ but I still think if it's wrap with Lotus Leaf would be more authentic !haha

wombok :U bring me to SUSHI KING, I make this foR U =p

precious peA : hey Sweet PeA!! I always " Peek " at ur BLOD one! hahahhahahaha
I added-in white rice , bcuz ( I was having this silly idea that if I eat too much of glutinous rice, my stomach gets like I m eating a Brick in , so I mix a bit of white. Anyways, I dont feel the difference also! haha !

Anonymous said...

thanks chicky, tried it and the result is brilliant ... me and my friends are loving it all the way from Gibraltar.
Wish u would link to my very own blog
just started my blog not long ago and wish to learn more from u ;)

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