Sunday, September 5, 2010

Stir fry chicken and pototoes in fu yu (fermented tau foo)

Another of Mum's recipe.  This one will definitely pleases the Western palette.  If you are tired of eating kong pow chicken try this!!

Stir fry chicken and pototoes in fu yu (fermented tau foo)

½ kg chicken meat  (with or without bones)
2 cubes fu yu (fermented tau foo) (use those in sesame oil with chilly)
2 yellow potatoes (cun in chunks)
1 cube chicken stock
2 tb vegetable oil
2 bibs garlic chopped
2 dried chilly (soaked, drained and cut)
¼ white onice (sliced)
1 ts Shao Hsing cooking wine
½ cup water
Salt and white pepper to taste
Spring onion for garnishing

Mashed 1 cube fu yu in a bowl. Add chicken meat in the bowl and mixed well.  Let it marinate for 1 hour in the fridge.  Heat oil in wok, sauté chopped garlic till translucent, add the balance cube of fu yu and fry till fragrant.  Add dried chilly and onion, fry till you can smell the chilly before you add potatoes.  Fry potatoes for till it is slightly for 2 mins, add the marinated chicken and continue stir fry till chicken meat turns white.  Add water and chicken stock and bring it to boil for 1 min. Turn down heat and let simmer till the sauce is reduced and chicken is cooked and potatoes are soft.  Add salt and white pepper to taste. Garnished with spring onion and serve

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