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Cereal Chicken Chop


'Cereal Chicken Chop' ......... After trying out the 'Cereal Prawns' I experimented the premix cereal with chicken but this time I omitted the bird eye chillies.  In fact this cereal is very versatile, can be used for fish fillet as well!  Result, just one word ...... Yummy!



Just pan fry the marinated chicken thigh, once cooked, dish out.  Melt some butter, stir-fry the curry leaves, cereal mix and return the chicken into the mixture and you are done.






Dish out the chicken pieces onto a serving plate, add in some cucumber slices, shredded carrots and cabbage, sprinkle on some lime, and dinner is ready .............. Enjoy!

Ingredients
  • 3 chicken legs, skin removed and deboned
  • 40 gm cereal mix
  • 1 Japanese cucumber, peeled and sliced
  • 1 stick carrot, shredded
  • Some cabbage, shredded
  • 1 to 1.1/2 Tbsp margarine/butter
  • 2 to 3 kaffir ~ limau kasturi leaves, optional
  • Oil for frying
Preparation
  1. Wash and pat dry the chicken legs.
  2. Pan fry the chicken legs in a non-stick pan, flip from side to side till thoroughly cooked.  Dish out.
  3. Wash the pan, heat up some butter, once melted, toss in the curry leaves and stir-fry.
  4. Add in the cereal mix and  the cooked chicken pieces.  Stir-fry and dish out onto serving plates.
  5. Garnish with the cucumber slices, shredded carrot and cabbage.
  6. Squeeze some lime onto the salad if desired.
  7. Serve hot.

Comments

  1. That sure looks delicious. This reminds me I need to go look for the premix cereal tmr.

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  2. I was meant to try cooking with cereal but it always slipped my mind... so crunchy!

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  3. Your dish just reminded me that I still have a packet of the cereal mix somewhere but have yet to try it out. Hope it is still ok. I like the use of chicken here. They look yummy.

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  4. for me, sure must add chili padi, otherwise no "ohm", hehehe..sound really yummy!

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  5. This sounds and looks really great with cereal crust.

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  6. Looks very crispy....i wondered if i can get the cereal mix here.

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  7. Looks very delicious with crust on chicken. Bookmarked!!

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  8. Oh yum. This sounds good. Aunty, did you use something similar to Nestum, or more crunchy like cornflakes? It looks very crisp and delicious.

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  9. 3 hungry tummies
    Hope you can find it at the Asian groceries. If not, think you can concoct something out of it, I have full confidence in you!

    penny
    Do try it!

    ICook4Fun
    Hope it's not expired!

    Sonia, ya, nasi lemak, must be hot, ha, ha!

    Angie
    Yes, it's nice.

    Jeannie
    Yes, I saw it in Giant, but different brand.

    Thanks, Anncoo

    Shaz
    If you go to my 'Cereal Prawns' recipe there's a pic of the premix.
    It's oats with some premix, think some salt, sugar, pepper, maybe some ajimoto. Come to think of it, used to have Nestum dishes in the restaurant menu, but this has faded somewhat.

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  10. Oh, thank you, will go check the prawns out.

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