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When it comes to a Malaysian kitchen, soya sauce and oyster sauce are some of the most important ingredients for cooking. I must admit that I used to be one of those people who doesn’t think twice and choose the closest shelve at the grocery store when buying those sauces. What I failed to realised tho, is that these sauces aren’t make alike at all.
Last week, I was given a few bottles of some of our favorite sauces by Bidor Kwong Heng to try out – Angel Soya Sauce, Angel Oyster Sauce, and Angel Sriracha Hot Chili Sauce. These sauces are made from non-GMO ingredients and obtained international food safe certificates.
I’m made a couple dishes with these sauces in their ingredients to try them out. First – soya sauce chicken.
Bidor Kwong Heng’s sauces with ingredients for soya chicken
- 3 table spoon Angel Soya Sauce
- 3 table spoon Angel Oyster Sauce
- 1 quarter chicken (leg part)
- one bulb of garlic, peeled
- 5-6 slices of ginger
- star anise (optional)
- 1 cup water
- 2 tablespoon cooking oil
first, mix Angel soya sauce and oyster sauce in equal portion
- mix soya sauce and oyster sauce in a small bowl with 1 cup of water
- heat up cooking oil and fry garlic, ginger, and star anise till fragrance
- add everything and simmer for 20-25 minutes with lid cover, flip the chicken half way
- enjoy while hot!
Soya Chicken with Angel Soya Sauce & Oyster Sauce
The dish turned out pretty good, Angel soya sauce and oyster sauce did a good job in adding a hint of complexity with its umami while not being overly salty. The chicken goes best with porridge especially if you mix the sauces all in. Enjoy!
For more about the sauces, check out www.bidorkwongheng.com
As previously mentioned, for my invisalign treatment at MyDentist, I find myself at Jalan Ipoh around twice a month. Naturally, I take the opportunity to explore eateries around the area.
Today’s soya sauce chicken rice is one of those places that was suggested by the friendly staff at the dental clinic, thank you Belinda!
soya sauce chicken rice, Jalan Ipoh
The stall is located at a small stretch of hawker centre along the part of Jalan Ipoh that is pretty close to the Jalan Kuching intersection. There are two kopitiam at the same vicinity with chicken rice stalls as well, but those will not be the correct location.
soya sauce chicken, bean sprouts, and pork ball soup
Unlike most chicken rice stalls that offer roast chicken, this place has a pretty unique soya sauce chicken in addition to steamed chicken. The skin is smoother compared to roast version, and carries the aroma of soya sauce. It is not exactly the same as the recipe of soya sauce chicken I posted on this site before, but there are certainly resemblance in taste. It was pretty good.
For a little bit of change up, there’s also fish ball and pork ball soup in addition to bean sprouts. Mixing them up in a dish proves to be a welcoming combination. The standard minced ginger and home-made chilli sauce are presented as condiments as well.
and that makes a simple, cheap, delicious lunch
A plate of chicken rice is priced at RM 4.50, and they also serve rice noodle in addition to rice.
If you’re looking for chicken rice with a slight twist, check this place out.
Jalan Batu Ambar
by Jalan Ipoh,
GPS: 3.202508, 101.674270
It’s been a while since I last made a recipe entry to this blog. I’ve recently started cooking again, trying to make it at least once a week, reminding myself there’s a reason why the kitchen was renovated a couple years back.
This very simple soya sauce chicken recipe was taught to me by Haze’s aunt, who cooked for us a couple weeks back. If you get it right, and it’s easy to get it right, the resulting chicken is tender, juicy, and absolutely delightful to go with steamed rice. I recommend having sambal balacan as the accompanying condiment.
chicken, Chinese cooking wine, cooking oil, soya sauce
In this example, I only used two quarter chicken (thighs) because it was only for Haze and myself. The original recipe calls for a whole chicken. Increase the portion of ingredients appropriately.
- 2 x chicken thigh with leg piece
- 1/3 cup Chinese wine (1 cup for whole chicken)
- 1/3 cup cooking oil
- 1/3 cup soya sauce
- 1 teaspoon starch (windmill brand)
soya sauce chicken, easy to prepare and delicious to eat
- put chicken in a pot or wok with lit
- add Chinese wine, soya sauce, and oil
- simmer in low fire with lit closed, turn over the chicken every 10 minutes for 40 minutes, add some water if liquid gets too low
- cut the chicken and placed on a plate
- add starch into the remaining sauce and stir for a minute
- pour sauce on chicken
More recipes can be found under KY Cooks category. Enjoy and happy cooking!
It’s been too long since the last recipe was posted on this blog, so here goes.
This soya sauce chicken dish was first made by Haze off a recipe she obtained online, it turned out pretty good but I thought there were something lacking, so after giving it a bit of thought I came up with this version that took a cue from the tau eu bak recipe.
cloves, star anise, cinnamon stick, ginger, garlic
The ingredients are pretty similar to the tau eu bak – your usual suspects of Chinese/Nyonya cooking. I use chicken wings as the meat, but you can substitute this with any part of chicken, and I have reasonable confidence that it’ll work well with duck too.
- 1-2 star anise
- 3-4 cloves
- 1 cinnamon stick
- half a bulb of garlic
- 2 slices of ginger (more if you’re cooking duck)
- half a cup of soya sauce
- 1 tablespoon of dark soya sauce
- sugar to taste (1-2 teaspoon)
- 1.5 cups of water
- 4 chicken wings
1 part soya sauce, 3 part water
The cooking instruction is about as simple as you can get:
- bring water and soya sauce to boil (1 part soya sauce, 3 part water)
- add chicken, star anise, garlic, cinnamon, ginger, and cloves
- let simmer for 30 minutes
- add sugar and dark soya sauce
- simmer for another 5 minutes or till sauce thickens
- serve while hot
simmer for 30 mins, add sugar and a dash of dark soya sauce
The difference between this and the “original” recipe was the addition of dark soya sauce, this thickens the sauce quite a bit and adds a bit of complexity that sugar can’t bring out.
This is a very easy dish to cook and best enjoy with steamed rice. Happy cooking!
soya sauce chicken wings, le slurps
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