Fried Stuffed Chicken

It's never hard to prepare something fancy on your dining table for your family, if you have everything ready in your refrigerator. Just go ahead with a little mix & match. And comes another yummy recipe! Sounds easy, isn't it! What you need to do is try to prepare some food to keep in the freezer or fridge once in awhile, eventhough you think it won't be necessary to do so. For example, fish paste , I make that once a month or once in two months to keep in the freezer. It might come in handy when I need them! And this is just the right timing....

Ingredients :

2 whole boneless chicken legs
300gm fish paste (thin spread)
salt & pepper
a dash of ground rosemary
2-3 tbsp cornflour

Method :

- marinade chicken meat with salt & pepper and ground rosemary, for about an hour.
- spread fish paste to the inner side of the meat.
- preheat frying pan with just enough cooking oil for frying.
- coat stuffed chicken meat with corn flour.
- then place it to the hot oil and fry over medium heat.

- slowing fry the chicken untill golden brown.
- remove fried chicken from frying pan and then bake at 160'c for 20 mins.
- and keep warm in the oven untill serve.
This stuffed chicken is quite flavourful. I think it's a great match between the two, the tender chicken meat with the spongy fish paste! And it's perfect to go along with a nice bowl of vinegrate salad and some mashed potatoes. Or you may also add in a little plum sauce for extra flavouring to eat with rice. So, enjoy!


  1. Crispy on outside and succulent on inside. Simple and great dish :)

  2. Kristy this looks mouthwatering good! I have been trying to use up some food in my feezer too. This week I used a couple of things, maybe if I just pace myself and do a couple each week!

  3. Gosh, this is so salivating, I don't mind it for supper now!

  4. A mouthwatering weekend meal! And sure I would love to try them with some sourcream mashed potatoes.

  5. Never tried the combination of fish paste and rosemary...your chicken looks so moist inside and crunchy outside! just pure perfection! Looks like your weekend is going well with something like this! :)

  6. This is one of the most perfect fried chicken have seen, crunchy coating that u bite thru for a soft moist and succulent on the inside...oh the combi musbe lovely indeed, would love to know the recipe for ur fish paste and how u make it Kristy:-)

  7. My first visit to your blog and I just love your header...too cute! The chicken of course looks amazing as well :)

  8. Your chicken recipe is fantastic. Love the use of fish paste. Very inventive use of this ingredient.


  9. What a great use of fish paste - never thought on chicken...brilliant, as always!

  10. Your chicken looks great. Very different with the fish paste!

  11. 口味很特别的一道炸鸡腿.尤其是遇上我最爱吃得鱼饼咧!

  12. I remember eating this dish at restaurant with a whole boneless chicken..this looks so delicious!

  13. Wow! great idea, looks so yummy. With mash and salad? A perfect dinner.

  14. TLacquerSpoon : Hi, welcome to my humble little space and hope to hear from you more often.

    Lynd : I normally prepare those food during the weekends when I'm free. And have everything organised! For me, I don't plan for my weekly menu. I just go along whatever I think it's best for the day, at the right timing as well. I only decide my daily menu at the very last minute almost everyday. See, have to depends on my mood too! SOOOO BAD! hahaha....

    Cheah : 12.00am already still thinking of super huh! hehe....

    Angie : I think this goes very well with noodles as well!'gan lou mian'!

    Silvia : Yes, I did! I just went home to celebrate my mom's birthday. We had a great time!

    SPlumFairy : Thank you! YOu may click to the FISH PASTE(link post) to get into the recipe. Hope you'll enjoy it too!

    Lazaro : Thank you very much! I heard that it's not easy to get the fresh mackerel fillet over there, which is the best for making fish paste. But I'm not sure if any of you tried making fish paste with other fish fillets!

    Belinda : Thanks alot! Maybe you can try this some other time.

    Pam : Thank you!

    Chin : Very flavourful indeed! Thank you.

    3HTummies : Yeah, I know! Many restaurants serving this too!

    Hey guys, thanks for stopping by and also thank you very much for your kind words. Hope you all have a wonderful day!

    Blessings, Kristy

  15. this looks gd, thanks for sharing the recipe.

  16. That's an interesting combo but it looks very delicious. I would be interested to try. Thanks for sharing, Kristy.

  17. Wow! very crispy boys would certainly love this one!

  18. This is a really good one. Looks so delicious. It looks nice and crispy on the outside and very juicy on the inside. Perfect :D
    *kisses* HH

  19. Kristy, this is heavenly good. Thanks for sharing such a creative combo. Salivating already :)

  20. Pam : Thank you!

    Bakaricious : You're welcome!

    Wendy : Thanks!

    MaryMoh : You're welcome! Wish you luck!

    Jeannie : Hopefully!

    HH : Thanks so much!

    Elin : Next time put on the baby's napkin before you blog! hehe....

    Hope you guys have a fabulous time!

    Regards, Kristy

  21. Looks so so good! I wish I have a bite!

  22. une superbe idée tu es géniale je note note ça parait délicieux et très appétissant, bravo
    bonne journée

  23. this look so good, next time I also want to spare some fish paste to make this yummy chicken! Thanks for sharing.

  24. Your fried stuffed chicken sounds delicious!

  25. Kristy, I've never before seen chicken stuffed with fish paste, but it certainly looks delicious. Thanks for sharing the recipe with us. I hope you are having a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

  26. Fried chicken is off the chain but YOU really kicked it up a notch by stuffing it with fish paste!! I have never heard of that combination before but I bet it is savory moist and delicious. Kristy you're making me drool!!!!!

  27. Wow... a lot of hard work but undoubtedly it looks nice!

  28. Hello! I never made fish paste but this looks really good. What I keep in my freezer most of the time is homemade chicken stock. It taste much better than store bought and it comes handy!!

  29. This does look positively succulent. A grand meal and am impressed that you made your own fish paste!I feel so lazy. But I'd take a bite out of that mouth-watering chicken any day.

  30. Flavors of the land and sea, combined!

  31. Hi Kristy
    wonder if you want to add as friends on facebook.
    If interested pls reply me via comments in my blog with something that i can search you with, name or email.

  32. Penny : Thank you, dear!

    Fimere : Je vous remercie! Heureux de voir que vous l'aimez aussi, et espérons que vous apprécierez la recette.

    Sonia : Happy cooking!

    Mary : Thanks alot and same to you.

    Joy : Haha...remember to put on your napkin!

    Alice : Thank you!

    Mausi : Hi there, welcome to my humble little space. All I can say, homemade is always the best. Hope to hear from you more often.

    Claudia : Maybe you can try to order this dish at the Chinese restaurant! See, if they willing to prepare this for you. All the best!

    Tigerfish : Hmm...yeap, sea & land!

    Wendy : I don't have any facebook account right now! I'll keep you inform if I've one. Thanks for the request!

    Thanks everyone for stopping by and hope you all have a fabulous day!

    Regards, Kristy

  33. I just love your chicken recipes Kristy. Feel like trying all of them.

  34. Wow I just had dinner and would be able to diffinitely eat again this looks fantastic!

  35. I really like the abundance of star anise in this recipe...I have been loving that flavor lately.

    I am bookmarking this to cook. Sounds delicious.



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