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Wednesday, 14 October 2009

Soy Steamed Egg Served With Minced Chicken and Preserved Radish

Soy Steamed Egg Served With Minced Chicken and Preserved Radish

Another kiddy favourite... a homemade sort of tofu made from soy milk and eggs, topped with a delicious and fragrant minced chicken and preserved radish. Hmm just like how come restaurant serves this kinda dish. You won't believe it that it's very easy to make, just check out the recipe below.

Soy Steamed Egg Served With Minced Chicken and Preserved Radish
(Serves 4)

500 ml unsweetened soy milk
2 eggs, lightly beaten
1/2 tsp sugar

100g minced chicken
2 tbsp preserved radish (choy poh)
1 tbsp garlic
1 tbsp dark soy sauce
1 tbsp soy sauce
1/2 tsp sugar
1/2 tsp corn flour mix with 2 tbsp water
chopped spring onions

Mix (A) together and sieve twice. Place mixture into a bowl and steam over low heat until sets. (12 mins on my electric steamer).

Heat oil and saute garlic until fragrant before adding preserved radish. Fry and mix well before adding minced chicken. Fry till meat is cooked. Put in the seasonings. Stir and add in corn flour mixture. Stir-fry until well mixed.

Serve steamed soy and egg by placing the minced chicken on top and garnish with spring onions.

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foodbin said...

very smooth and well steamed - steaming this dish is an art.

homeladychef said...

This one....really, is the best dish to impress future mother-in-law!or impress husband, impress whoever! Kind of simple, but classy! Need creativity as well. I never think of making steamed egg with soy milk, stupid me! must try later!

Little Inbox said...

I'll try this over the weekend. I like this type of steaming dish.

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Babe_KL said...

foodbin, with the soy milk, it's easier than steaming eggs

haha homeladychef, dun worry, I've never thot of it either until i try them at restaurants.

little inbox, what's the outcome?