Sunday, 25 August 2013

糯米鸡

这是我第一次蒸糯米鸡,虽然错漏百出,不过,庆幸的,糯米鸡的味道还不赖。

糯米鸡


记得小时候不爱吃糯米,所有用糯米做的料理,我都不削一顾。直到中学时期。。。

记得读上午班时,由于巴士每天都爆满,为了不迟到,我早上6点钟就等巴士,6点45分之前就到达学校。太早起了,在家都来不及吃早餐,早餐都在学校附近吃。每次从车站步行到学校,都会经过一间卖点心的茶室 ~ 吉隆坡苏丹街的品茗茶楼。大多数的早餐是吃 nasi lemak,因为比较经济。有时我的早餐是点心 (偶尔也放纵一下) ,我爱吃蛋塔。

记得有一次太早到了,nasi lemak 还没开始做生意,唯有到品茗茶楼买点心。什么点心都还没好,只有糯米鸡,由于太饿了,没办法之下买了我不爱的糯米鸡,还记得当时糯米鸡要3块钱 (那时候其他地方卖 RM 1.20 - RM 1.50),我都被吓了一跳,这么贵!

吃了一口后,竟然发现爱上了糯米鸡。而且一发不可收拾。。。从此以后,不再抗拒糯米的料理,现在还很爱呢!说真的,虽然吃过了很多地方的糯米鸡,可是我还是忘不了品茗茶楼的糯米鸡,真的太太太太太好好吃。

买了小铁碗一段时期了,当时买的时候就是为了要做糯米鸡,可是腾不出时间。现在,终于有机会了。上个月,妈妈去合艾买了一包纯糯米回来,前几天又刚好在面书看见了一个网友分享了糯米鸡的做法看见做法不会太难,就赶紧开工吧!

虽然错漏百出,可是糯米鸡的味道还不错小老板很赏脸,吃了一个之后说还要,可是因为他还很小,不可以让他吃太多糯米,怕他不消化。大老板一路以来都不爱糯米鸡,所以他只吃了全部的配料和一半的糯米饭 @_@

材料
200g           糯米 - 浸隔夜,沥干水分 (Glutinous rice)
4朵              香菇 - 浸隔夜至软,挤干水分,腌至少10分钟 (Mushroom)
1个              鸡腿 - 去皮去骨,切片,腌隔夜 (Drumstick)
8片              腊肠 (Chinese sausage)
1个              熟鸡蛋 - 分成4份,用了分蛋器,所以切了6份 (Hard boiled egg)

调味料A (鸡腿肉和香菇)
1茶匙          姜汁 (Ginger juice)
1茶匙          麻油 (Sesame oil)
2茶匙          蚝油 (Oyster sauce)
1茶匙          绍兴酒 (Shaoxing rice wine)
1茶匙          糖 (Sugar)
少许            胡椒粉 (Pepper)

调味料B (糯米饭)
1茶匙         姜汁 - 觉得可以用1汤匙 (Ginger juice)
1茶匙         麻油 (Sesame oil)
1茶匙         酱油 (Soya sauce)
1茶匙         黑酱油 - 觉得可以用1汤匙 (Dark soya sauce)
1茶匙         蚝油 (Oyster sauce)
1茶匙         绍兴酒 (Shaoxing rice wine)
1茶匙         糖 (Sugar)
3汤匙         水 (Water)
少许           胡椒粉 (Pepper)

步骤
1. 把糯米铺在一个盘里,弄平,用筷子插些洞,水滚后,放入锅里大火蒸15分钟,取出后,
    加入调味料B,搅拌均匀,备用。
2. 把鸡肉,香菇,腊肠和熟蛋放在小铁碗里,铺上糯米饭,用一个铁汤匙,匙背沾上水,把
    糯米饭压紧,把腌料A剩下的汁料分别浇在糯米饭上,并在每个铁腕加入1汤匙水,盖上铝
    箔纸(这个我忘记了 ),水滚后,放入锅里大火蒸20-25分钟,即可。

鸡肉腌隔夜


糯米浸隔夜


香菇浸隔夜


香菇浸软后,挤干水分,去丁,加入鸡肉里一起腌


浸了隔夜的糯米,去掉水分,铺平入铁碟里

用筷子刺洞,让糯米之间有些空隙


水滚后,放入锅里蒸


大火蒸15分钟


蒸熟后


加入调味料B


所有材料


把鸡肉,香菇,腊肠和熟鸡蛋铺在碗底


放入糯米饭,压紧


再次蒸20-25分钟(我忘记用铝箔纸分别把每个小铁碗封好@_@)


蒸好后


取出

美味的糯米鸡就做好了

 August 2013 Event: Eggs

22 comments:

  1. Lo mai kai.. one of our fav dim sum. Not many places add egg to their lo mai kai anymore, but I remember last time they always do. Yummy addition.

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    1. Hey, Yen. As fas as I know, there is only one location that still add egg into the lo mai kai, the rest is only chicken, then the lo mai kai is really "lo mai kai" with chicken only.

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  2. 我。。我不会动手做这个的! 因为啊,每次南下在我哥哥的点心店都有的吃。
    现在, 不必动手来你家吃! 哈哈。。

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    1. 我也是尝试做一下,这次还没有调到我心目中那个糯米鸡的味道。。。你真幸福,点心不必动手做,如果下次你做了糯米鸡,我一定去你家偷师:)

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  3. Jozelyn, 这款糯米鸡好多料哦,我也很久没有蒸糯米鸡了,还是来你家吃好了。

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    1. 哈哈哈,好的,开住大门等你咯!

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  4. Hi Jozelyn, your lo mai kai is topped with so much ingredients! I like! :D

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    1. Thanks Alvin! Homemade lo mai kai can add in whatever ingredients that we like and it is more healthy!

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  5. Hi Jozelyn! I love eating lo mai kai, thank you for sharing your recipe, if you give me a bowl, I will finish it so clean that you don't have to wash your dish... haha! :p

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    1. Haha, Jasline! Thanks for dropping by. You can always adjust the seasoning to suit your taste. My husband ask me to make the lo mai kai more salty for him next time :)

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  6. Jozelyn, banyak sedap! Some more got step by step instructions for me to follow :)

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    1. Phong Hong, I forget to cover each small bowl with aluminium foil. If you would like to replicate this recipe, please don't forget this step. You may also adjust the seasoning to suit your taste.

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  7. Oh, LMK is my all time favourite! Usually I use rice cooker to cook the rice first, lazy mar, hehehe..

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    1. Oh, that's a good idea. Will try out this method!

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  8. ..take the bus at 6am? if me i sure sleep in the bus after that..zzz...:D

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    1. Hahaha, that is when i have no choice!

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  9. 想做这个很久很久料!讲到我都不好意思了,它还不见踪影。哈哈哈....

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    1. 那你快做吧,然后我上你家去吃!

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  10. Hi Jozelyn, I love your post very much cos' it's easy to follow with step by step photos and short write ups. Inspirational.

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    1. Thanks, Kimmy! I still need to learn a lot from everyone especially from you, really likes your beautiful ogura cake!

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  11. Hi Jozelyn,

    You made your own lou mai kai... bow bow bow... salute salute salute!!!

    Can't really read Chinese... but according to Lena's comment, you take a bus at 6am??? So early! I'm the early bird kind of person too waking at 5am most mornings :D Double salute for the both of us!!! - LOL!

    Zoe

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    1. Hi, Zoe,

      The loh mai kai is not too difficult to make it at home, thanks to the person who share it on FB but I couldn't recall who was that :) I made a small portion for my small family.

      You work at 5 am, then you must be waking up earlier than that, I should salute you twice!

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