Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Steamed Chicken Glutinous Rice (米鸡)

I am submitting this post to Aspiring Bakers #19: Dim Sum Affair (May 2012) hosted by SSB of Small Small Baker.


Ingredients: (yield 5 bowls)
1 chicken thigh (boneless and skinless, cut into chunk)
3 dried mushroom room (soaked, remove stalk and cut into 2pcs)

Seasoning (A): (adjust seasoning according to your taste)
1/2tbsp oyster sauce
1/2tsp black soy sauce
1tsp soy sauce
1/4tsp salt
1/2tsp ginger juice
1/2tsp sugar
dash of pepper
dash of sesame oil

300g glutinous rice (soak overnight)

Seasoning (B): (adjust seasoning according to your taste)
1tbsp oyster sauce
2tsp soy sauce
1/2tsp salt
1/2tsp sugar
2tbsp chicken stock/ water
1/2tsp sesame oil

1/2 Chinese sausage (sliced)

1. Marinate chicken and mushroom with Seasoning (A), set aside for an hour.
2. Grease mould and set aside.
3. Drain glutinous rice, spread rice on tray and sprinkle some water on surface.
4. Steam glutinous rice in a preheated steamer at high heat for 20mins.
5. Remove lid, sprinkle some water on glutinous rice and continue to steam for another 20mins.
6. Remove cooked glutinous rice from steamer and fluffy rice with a pair of chopstick.
7. Mix Seasoning (B) together and pour it into cooked glutinous rice.
8. Mix well with a pair of chopstick.
9. Arrange chicken, mushroom and Chinese sausage at the base of mould.
10.Fill with glutinous rice and press firmly.
11.Place it in preheated steamer and steam at high heat for 25mins.
12.Dish out and serve.


Ah Tze said...

Hi, nice to meet you through Aspiring Bakers :) so coincident, we are making the Loh Mai Gai today!

The Sweetylicious said...

minus the sausage, I would love this!!!! Juicy chicken, yummy glutinous rice!!! I want to be your neighbor! Heeeee (;

蓝色小厨 said...

I like so much ~ I hope have one for my breakfast tomorrow~hehe!

Happy Flour said...

Hi Ah Tze,

Ya, what a coincident. Yours is nicely made and very tempting too.

Happy Flour said...

Hi The Sweetylicious,

Sure, move over today and I will make again just for you. Hehehe...

Happy Flour said...

Hi 蓝色小厨,

Sorry, finished I can make another round for you. Hehehe...

DG said...

Yum Yum, I want to try this at home, sure my boys love it too :)

Happy Flour said...

Hi DG,

Looking forward to see your post.

Kimmy said...

Having been following your recipes esp. on chiffon cakes. They are great. The best part is the quantity of ingredients are small. Thanks for sharing this recipe. Will try cos' the qty is small.

Happy Flour said...

Hi Kimmy,

Thanks for your compliment. I prefer cooking and baking in small portion just enough among my family so there will not have any wastage.

Kimmy said...

Agreed. Prices of everything are getting expensive. Its disheartening to see food going into waste. Only good, workable recipes should be shared and of course the food.

YummyFoodBook said...


The Lou Mai Gai look delicious. Can i check you have grease the bowl with? I am thinking of making them too. Thanks for sharing the recipe.


Happy Flour said...

Hi Yummyfoodbook,

I greased moulds with cooking oil.

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