Sunday, 15 April 2012

Chicken Pongteh

I came across the word "Pongteh" through Masterchef Amita in cow's tongue challenge. I didn't watch the episode but my mum, she just loves to update me on what ever happens in Masterchef. Nowadays she will update me on Ustaz Don. T_T

This is Amita! credit to Kak Mimi
Credit to Kak Erna

Pongteh requires Tau Cheo and Chinese Mushrooms (Dried Shitake Mushrooms). This would be my first time handling such ingredients. The seller even gave my mom tips on how to soak the mushrooms: put some sugar.

Chef Wan's look more tempting
I followed Chef Wan's recipe but I didn't have patience to wait until it simmers (20-25 minutes) and I think the taste is already good at that point..hehe..I will definitely be making this again! 


Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

At the beginning I keep following Masterchef, but I start to feel boring after few episode..then I only watched the final part. Your Ayam pongteh look Yummy.

Quay Po Cooks said...

Ooo, I love ayam pongteh, never miss eating it when in Melaka. It is fun to try new recipe at home. I am glad you are happy with the result.

Quay Po Cooks said...

I came back to thank you for your visit and your following. Looking forward to see you around often. Have a wonderful week.

eencyweency said...

Sonia: yup,the first few parts were rather slow but coming to the finals, the show becomes more interesting.
Quay Po Cooks:One more Baba Nyonya dish that I like is their Asam Pedas!but never tried it. Tq for your lovely comment Quay Po Cooks!nice to meet u :)

Baby Sumo said...

Looks good! ;)

WendyinKK @ Table for 2..... or more said...

Wow, love your take one this nyonya dish.
Simmering it for 25 minutes will make it more tender, but if one likes it to have more bite, won't need so long.

eencyweency said...

baby sumo:thank u :)
wendy: tq 4 da tips wendy! i think i'll go with more bite because i don't have the patience to wait that long lol