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DIM SUM Grand Imperial Sri Hartamas

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We had preached yet another weekend YUM CHA ritual (tea drinking) and this time we had it at Grand Imperial Restaurant located at Sri Hartamas. It was a lovely place to perform the Dim Sum’ing spiritually. The place had a great ambiance, making the experience just full of comfort and having to chopstick into the Chinese tapas cuisine was speechless and enjoyable.

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Chef at Work CHEF BONG JUN CHOI Mandarin Oriental Part 2

Chef Bong 1

On the last post of Chef at Work, Chef Bong of Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur had Showed us on how to make chicken and abolone bao and also hand rolled aromatic duck, while in this post Chef Bong will bw showing us on how to create a lovely and refreshing oven baked coconut sea treasure broth with pastry crust. I adored this recipe as the broth prepared by Chef Bong came with a fragrant coconut aroma, it was indeed very smooth and pleasant in taste! just perfect. In addition, Chef Boong will also be sharing his simple red snapper dish with a twist of flavour.

Chef Bong 2

Oven Baked Sea Treasures in Coconut Broth with Pastry Crust

Ingredients

A
150gm Crab meat
150gm Sliced fish maw
100gm Sliced dried scallop
80gm Sliced top shell
3 litre Supreme chicken stock

Chef Bong 3

B (Pastry Crust)
750gm Wheat flour
20gm Salt
150gm Butter
450gm Water

Chef Bong 4

C (Supreme Chicken Stock)
5kg Water
3kg Chicken bone
500gm Chicken feet
50gm Yeok chok herbs
50gm Sar sam herbs
10gm White pepper
1no Onion fried

Chef Bong 5

Method

1. Braise all the ingredient A with chicken stock and thicken with corn starch and 2 tbsp water
2. For Pastry crust : Mix well all the dry ingredients with water and fold dough with butter, turn three times and set a side for 10 minutes in between the turns
3. Chill for 1 hour
4. Roll out the dough 2mm and cut into round shape 2-3cm longer then the coconut diameter
5. Cut off the top of the coconut and add all ingredients A into the coconut and cover it with pastry puff
6. Baked in the oven at 180C for 10mins, reduce the temperature to 160C and continue baking for another 10 minutes

Chef Bong 6

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Braised Chicken Feet

I got this feet fetish, something I can’t avoid when being confronted with. Right! I know what is running in your mind now, but I am not talking about feet licking . . . . . lol! I am talking about chicken feet, oh they are so gorgeous when they are cooked well. I am sure you have heard about this dish, thai chicken feet. This dish is so deliciously, tasty and the texture is so inviting and crunchy. As from my kitchen, I bring you yet another delicate chicken feet dish which widely cooked by the chinese folks at home and also a dish you get to taste during the chinese new year homecoming dinner celebration . . . . . Braised Chicken Feet


Ingredients

25 Chicken feet
10 Dried chinese mushroom
5 Large dried oyster
5 cloves Whole garlic
3 Dried cherry chillies
4 Star anise
1tsp sesame oil
3Tbspn Cooking oil
2Tbspn Oyster sauce
2Tbspn Soya Sauce
1Tbspn Dark soya sauce
1/2tsp salt
1/2tsp sugar
a pinch of white pepper
2cup Water

Method

Presoaked chinese mishroom over night and aslo dried oyster.
Wash and clean the chicken feet.
Heat up the cooking oil in a pot.
Add in peeled whole garlic and sautee for a few minute at medium heat.
Add in sesame oil and star anise. Sautee till fregrant.
Add in mushroom, dried oyster and chicken feet. Stir for few minutes.
Add in oyster sauce, soya sauce, dark soya sauce, dried chillies, pepper, salt and sugar.
Add in water.
Braised for one and half hours till the chicken is soft and tender.


This is a fantastic dish especially for those chicken feet lovers, something I can’t resist! . . . . . . Sidney

K Ten, Clay Pot Chicken Rice, Ipoh

“Ipoh Ngar Poh Kai Fan”, Ipoh Claypot Chicken Rice K Ten is one of the place where I alway visit with my mum and aunt whenever I am back in Ipoh. This eatery is located at Ipoh Garden South, Ipoh just behind of Tesco, Ipoh and the most happening place for Ipohniters. This eatery serve chicken claypot rice, preserve chinese sausages claypot rice, steam fish, curry fish head, vegetable dishes and on my most wanted list is their braised chicken feet “kai keok”.


How can claypot do without rice?

Marinated chicken ready for the claypot dish.

Lovely preserved pork sausages and liver sausages, so delicious.

I calculated there is at least 24 hot and burning claypots getting ready to be serve to customers.

Oh lovely “Kai Keok” chicken feet braised with star anise “pak kok” and garlic. The chicken feet is so soft, so succulent and full aroma of star anise. Wonderful and a must for “kai keok” lovers! I love the dark sauce and I make sure I have it with the rice as it is so delicious. Only Rm5 a plate.


Chicken claypot rice as serve to us, warm, fragrant, moist and beautiful. There is also salted fish. A small claypot cost only RM5 and for a big claypot, it only cost RM10. So what is my verdict? Please continue to read…….


Only chicken feet bones and empty claypot left at the end of the day. Lovely, delicious, appealing, addictive and one more “kai keok” please. So this is a spot to be when you are in Ipoh!

Yours Sidney

K Ten, Clay Pot Chicken Rice, Ipoh

“Ipoh Ngar Poh Kai Fan”, Ipoh Claypot Chicken Rice K Ten is one of the place where I alway visit with my mum and aunt whenever I am back in Ipoh. This eatery is located at Ipoh Garden South, Ipoh just behind of Tesco, Ipoh and the most happening place for Ipohniters. This eatery serve chicken claypot rice, preserve chinese sausages claypot rice, steam fish, curry fish head, vegetable dishes and on my most wanted list is their braised chicken feet “kai keok”.


How can claypot do without rice?

Marinated chicken ready for the claypot dish.

Lovely preserved pork sausages and liver sausages, so delicious.

I calculated there is at least 24 hot and burning claypots getting ready to be serve to customers.

Oh lovely “Kai Keok” chicken feet braised with star anise “pak kok” and garlic. The chicken feet is so soft, so succulent and full aroma of star anise. Wonderful and a must for “kai keok” lovers! I love the dark sauce and I make sure I have it with the rice as it is so delicious. Only Rm5 a plate.


Chicken claypot rice as serve to us, warm, fragrant, moist and beautiful. There is also salted fish. A small claypot cost only RM5 and for a big claypot, it only cost RM10. So what is my verdict? Please continue to read…….


Only chicken feet bones and empty claypot left at the end of the day. Lovely, delicious, appealing, addictive and one more “kai keok” please. So this is a spot to be when you are in Ipoh!

Yours Sidney

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