Sunday, March 29, 2015

Pan-Fried Chicken Patties


I bought some all-natural ground chicken the other day when it was on sale for buy one gets one free.  And I thought why not tried a new recipe and made some pan-fried patties with it.  Then, the question of how to season it to make it delicious?  I thought of the bottle of Lee Kum Kee char siew sauce that I have in the refrigerator and set up to give it a try.

Verdict, really fragrant and flavorful.  The combination is sweet and salty at the same time and you could see some dark brown spot on the patties from caramelization.


Ingredients:

Ground chicken breast and dark meat,  about 1 lb.
LKK char siew sauce, 2 heap teaspoons
A little soy sauce
Dashes of dried celery
Dash of white pepper

Method:

Mixed everything in a bowl.  Let it marinate in the refrigerator for at least an hour.  (Can be easily make ahead and keep in refrigerator until ready to pan-fry)

Heat up a frying pan or a wok with some oil in medium heat.  When warm, add in a spoonful of ground meat and press it down with a spoon, make it flat.  Pan-fry on both side until brown and hard when press.  Dish out and drain on paper towel.   Serve as it with rice or bread.  

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi, may I know what is dried celery in Malay ? Thanks !


Bee Lan

Little Corner of Mine said...

Hi Bee Lan,

Kering saderi. But if you can't find it in Malaysia, you can use dried chive (kering kucai) as a substitute. Or simply omit it. It should work just fine.

tigerfish said...

Simple yet delicious chicken patties!

Juliana said...

Simple and tasty...somehow I have never made chicken patties...thanks for the inspiration Ching.
Hope you are having a great week :)

Abobo llove said...

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