Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Roast Chicken Fermented Red Bean Curd/ Nam Yee Kai


Nam Yee or Fermented Red Bean Curd is mostly used in Chinese cooking.I didn't realised I bought few bottles of nam yee in my pantry.Well maybe the price is only $1.00 each,so whenever I visit Asian market I just grab a bottle with my others purchases.Usually I used nam yee to make crackling pork but this time I marinated with chicken thigh.Hubby found the flavor weird and funny ,maybe I added more nam yee that I intended or maybe I marinated it too long..as they said you love it or hate it! If you like nam yee flavor this method is really great and healthy!








Ingredients:
6 pieces chicken thigh,washed and cleaned
3-4 pieces of nam yee/Fermented red bean curd,mashed
2 tbsp sugar
2 tbsp salt
1 tbsp ground white pepper



Method:
1:Prepare a large container with chicken thigh,mashed nam yee,sugar,salt and ground white pepper,mix well,close tight and store in fridge.Marinated for 6 hours or overnight.
2:Prepare a aluminum foil over a baking sheet or tray.Preheat oven to 375 F at Bake setting.Place marinated chicken over the baking tray.Bake for 35 minutes or depend on your oven temperature.
3:Remove from oven and serve warm .






9 comments :

Anonymous said...

Try enhancing the taste by adding 2 tablespoons of shallot juice and a tablespoon of oyster sauce to the marinade.

Sunshine said...

Hey have you tried Nam Yee fried chicken?Is just like Nam Yee fried spare ribs is really good too. When I go back to Malaysia hubs my parents will order that for my hubs and he don't mind that.

Palidor said...

I don't think I've ever eaten Nam Yee. It looks delicious on the chicken!

Sonia said...

Deep fry it also very nice..next time I must remember to add shallot juice and oyster sauce too, Thanks Anonymous..

pigpigscorner said...

This looks really good! I love cooking with nam yee, so flavourful!

No-frills Recipes said...

Hi

Your Nam Yee kai sure looks tempting. My version of Nam Yee kai is also very simple, and fast esp for working mums. Will post it later in my blog which is in infancy stage.

Dawn said...

I like eating nam yue with plain white rice too. I pan fry the nam yue marinated chicken, not healthy but that's how the hubs like it! Just glad that he eats nam yue! :)

ICook4Fun said...

I never buy or cook with nam yue before. Maybe it is about time to do so :)

Beachlover said...

Anon:
thanks for your wonderful tips:)

sunshine:
nam yee wt fried chicken or spare ribs? hmmm.........sound interesting..should try one day soon! thanks for the idea:)

palidor:
thank you for dropping by:))


sonia:
yes we should try and see if the nam yee still have over powering flavor!



PPC:
thanks:D


no frills recipes:
thanks for dropping by:D hope to see you again

dawn:
wow!! you hubby so keng,eat pan fried nam yee!!~ Eliot ask why the smell so weird and refused to eat ..end up I have to chow all the chicken for weeks..

icook4fun:
what are you doing to cook wt nam yee? btw,it's only $1.00 so no harm to buy as to "jaga pintu" in your pantry,right?

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