Monday, July 25, 2005

Deep fried

Inspired by Glad's Fish Paste Wanton, and since I have already got some sotong paste in the fridge. I turned it into Sotong Paste Wanton instead.

Verdict: Good

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For a long time, we didn't have Fried Prawn Paste Chicken Wings (暇酱鸡). This is a hot favourite with my family and it is so easy to prepare. The trick is to marinate it over night.

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What you need

1 tbsp fine shrimp paste
1 kg chicken wing
Rice flour for coating

Method

Marinate it over night.

Deep fried till golden brown.

Note: Per some enquiry, here is the fine shrimp paste that I used. This paste sometime is also known as prawn paste. This is different from those used in rojak.

Mine version is Cantonese Style.

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16 comments:

  1. Edith,

    I was so muddle-headed that I didn't know your romantic pic wouldn't show on the forum once I re-shuffled my album. Just realised when I went in to check, hence have reposted the pic on the thread.

    Sorry!

    Evelyn

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  2. Chicken wings look good...the ingredients are so simple, guess I shd give it a try!

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  3. Fried Food Heaven! Love deep-fried foos :D
    Great job, Edith.

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  4. Edith

    Tried it yesterday. It was THE quick and simple to cook and prepare recipe ever. Really tasty and yummy. I used drumlettes instead, only thing, the skin just isn't crispy enough.

    Bee

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  5. Bee, try frying it at low heat and when the wings are cooked, increase the heat to brown it.

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  6. Edith,

    The prawn paste is rojak paste??

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  7. no. I used Lee Kum Kee Fine Shrimp Paste also known as prawn paste to some.

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  9. oh dear...what am i gonna do with the bottle of rojak paste I bought for this!!! So E, the chicken skin is suppose to be crispy then? hope to try it out this weekend. tks _k

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  10. Sorry that my recipe wasn't clear. You can use your prawn paste for royak. Mine was crispy when eaten hot. If not, you can coat it with a little corn flour.

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  11. E, I went to the supermarket and wasn't able to get the LKK prawn paste. Funny huh? When u have time do u think u could take a picture of the bottle please. TKS _k

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  12. K, I have bought a bottle for you to see. Hopefully you can get it.

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  13. You know, its funny - they dont have in any of the supermarkets here! Either that or I haven't been looking at the right one. Hm, looks like I'll have to try this some other time when I can get my hands on some.

    Btw, tks so much for the pix :x_k

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  14. Hi,
    Do we need to add sugar or water with the paste?

    Thanks.
    Kitchen Junior

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  15. Kitchen Junior,
    After you cleaned and washed the chicken, just add the paste. Dun need others stuff.
    Let me know whether you like it.
    Cheers

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