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Happy Call Recipe: Fermented Beancurd Chicken Wings

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A trial & error recipe that has stuck with my family ever since. Fermented Beancurd is something that I used to eat during my childhood. It’s one of those stuff that Chinese families will eat together with plain porridge along with other dishes. This is one of those love hate food, but I’ve grown to enjoy its unique taste as age catches up.

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During my childhood, my aunt used to steam chicken with these fermented beancurd. But I wanted to try a drier version some years back, something between grilling & steaming. So I tried adding wings instead of chicken parts into a glass bowl & simply throwing it into the microwave. The result was astonishing! Love the saltiness of the fermented beancurd & it was finger-licking good.

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As I was still trying out my Happy Call Pan, using it to cook my Spicy Celery Prawns, I also used the pan to cook this dish. The Fermented Beancurd Chicken Wings turned out tender & so flavourful. This is for beginners cook, with just 3 ingredients!

Although I was somewhat satisfied with the delectable results, I think I would still stick to my microwave version. Resonable being: As my recipe calls for me to put the marinated wings into a glass bowl & place it into the microwave, I could serve the wings in the glassware without transferring to a plate. This way, the wings are still ”soaking” in its fermented bean sauce, making it finger-licking good. Once you’ve transferred it onto a serving plate, it somehow lost its "touch". So I let you pick your choice!

Ingredients:
12 Chicken Wings
4-5 Fermented Beancurd cubes
1 Chilli (shredded)

Method:
  1. Wash & marinate wings with 2-3 cubes of fermented beans for at least 3 hours.
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  3. Heat pan & arrange neatly in HCP. Close pan & cook for about 2-3 mins. Turn pan over. Open to check, ensuring wings are neatly in place. Close pan & continue to cook for another 2 mins. 
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  5. Open to check if wings are browning. Smash 2 cubes of fermented beans & brush them on both side of wings. Add chilli. Continue to cook both sides for another 1-2 mins. Control time according to browning & texture preference.
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Enjoy this simple but aromatic Fermented Chicken Wings!
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26 comments:

  1. ah looks delicious! I am off to the kitchen :D

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    1. Dora, u're real quick! Great having u here with us & hope to see u more often :)

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  2. Fermented bean curd cubes! I wish we got that here. The chicken looks yummy!

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    1. Shirley, what about Chinatown? Quite sure u can get it there :)

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  3. whow,i never seen this kind of food before,and i think this is really good for me to release my tension..hee.... fyi,i love eating new meal in my daily and i'm so curious about the recipe of the food actualy.hee..so do u mind if to share a bit tips of making delicious meals sis?..=)

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    1. Eyanz, thks for your lovely comments! Delicious mneal? Just add love & passion. Hahaha! U can find my recipes & tips under 'My Cooking' tab above. Have fun!

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  4. This does look tasty! In reading this, I am in absolute agreement with the microwave version. I guess the "seaking" comment really hooked me! Enjoy the weekend Shirley!

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    1. Tina, hahaha! Thks dear & u have a lovely weekend too!

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  5. Wow..so yummy. gng to bookmark this. just got my hcp. yet to "opening ceremony" lol

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    1. Kathy, hooray! Welcome to the HCP Club! Hahaha!

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  6. I will for sure try to recipe Shirley and yes, marvelous with a bowl of porridge.

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    1. Nava, I'm glad u like it too! Happy Cooking!

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  7. Great! Another happy call recipe. This recipe uses lots of fermented bean curd makes it even greater. I use to buy 1 bottle, use only 1 or 2 pieces and the rest may just be forgotten, now with this recipe, i can finish the bottle faster. I have always been on the look out for your happy call recipe ever since i bought the happy call upon your temptation. LOL!

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    1. DS, that's awesome! Let me know how it turns out :) Have fun!

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  8. I'm not sure I've ever had anything made with fermented bean curd, but if it's salty, I have a feeling I'd be a fan :) Thanks for sharing...it's so fun to see what is ordinary halfway across the world...it would be exotic here~

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    1. Lizzy, I'n not sure if u can accept the taste especially with the word 'fermented'. Lol! Thks, dear! Hope u'll be adventurous enough to try if u get the chance :)

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  9. ohhh dear !!the chicken looks absolutely delicious with the great flavors of fermented beans !!!definitely a must try for me :-)

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    1. Only Fish, thks for your lovely comments! Great having u here again & hope to see u more often. Since you're here, why not try your luck in my Giveaway: Luxurious Stay For 2 Worth RM1,000 At Casa Del Rio, Melaka!, open to all readers worldwide?

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  10. This looks so good! I love beancurd!!!! And Also I love chicken wings :) Haha, I can't cook to save my life but what a nice idea for you to think I grilled that steak for Dad :)

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    1. Bessie, hahaha! You'll never know...... u maybe be a good cook next time :)

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  11. sounds like chicken wing fest this weekend lol :X

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