Lychee Chicken Roll

I think a couple of months back I saw a commercial foodie review. There's one restaurant serving a quite interesting appetizer what so they called it as pan seared bacon lychee. I've been planning for that since then and finally did it in my way. Well, not exactly my way! It's actually I couldn't find some nice bacon slices here, in my living area, so have to use chicken meat sliced.

And here's what I did.

Ingredients :

1 whole chicken breast
15 Lychee, canned
7-8 slices ham/chicken meat loaf, halved
(I used 'Ayamas' chicken meat loaf)
some toothpicks

Seasoning :
salt & pepper
2 tbsp honey
2 tspn light soy sauce
2 tspn sesame oil
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Method :
- slice chicken meat and flatten it.
- marinade flattened chicken meat with all the seasoning and leave to rest for about 1/2 hour.
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- cut ham about the size of the chicken meat.
- wrap lychee with a slice of ham and then follow with a slice of chicken meat.
- insert the meat to a toothpick so that everything will stick in one place.
- pan fried the meat roll over medium low heat with butter & a little cooking oil untill cooked.
- serve hot.

Olala.... I'm drooling! The sweet & juicy lychee spilt out immediately from my mouth on just one bite..... chewing against the ham and flavourful chicken sliced.... hmmm....mm.... Just imagine stuffing your mouth full with all those yummilious meat & fruit. Frankly, one will never enough for me! Guess, I have to double up the ingredients. haha.....

Comments

  1. looks yummy and seem easy to prepare too. Kristy, thanks for sharing, going to bookmark it :).

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  2. I'm drooling too, Kristy! :)
    I really like lychees and love finding new ways to use them. Your roll-ups look delicious!

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  3. I adore lychees too but never cooked with them before. Must try this!

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  4. Such delicious flavors together Kristy! I would love to try it with bacon...mmmm.

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  5. The flavors you've combined here are wonderful. I can only imagine how good this must taste. I hope you are having a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  6. sounds delicious ,kristy,wonderful idea!

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  7. I thought ur family dun take red meat??? Then even if you find bacon then how? Still have to use chicken, right? Or you planned to go "act dunno" about the bacon when you serve to them?

    Jusco have nice bacons la, go to their non-halal section. Got smoked and non smoked... I just bought some bacon chips yesterday.

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  8. I'm looking forward to make this... it looks superdelicious and really simple to make one on my own! Thanks for sharing, Kristy!

    Have a lovely week ahead!

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  9. First off...the dish looks fantastic...however, for me personally...I've never been a fan of Lychee...even though most of my friends love them! I'll pass your recipe along ;o)

    Flavourful wishes,
    Claudia

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  10. très appétissants ces rouleaux et doivent être vraiment délicieux
    superbe présentation
    bonne soirée

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  11. Splendid chicken rolls. Very gourmet!

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  12. SKucing : Thanks alot!

    Jes : You're welcome! Hope you will love it. Enjoy.

    Barbara : Glad that you like it too. Have fun & enjoy the rolls!

    Belinda : Hope you will enjoy it, dear!.

    3HTummies : Thank you very much!

    Reeni : Oooo... then you have to keep me inform how's the combo taste like!

    Mary : Thank you and same to you.

    Alison : Oh you have your photo in your profile. How nice to see you! Glad that you like it too.

    Wendy : I can always make both flavours. I love bacon but not my family... so it's like three to one. They won! No red meat in the house. You see, I don't purposely travel 40-50km just to get those bacon for myself. right? haha.... I've been really busy lately and malas nak masak-masak-lah!

    Alice : Thanks! Juan Juan can also help to insert the meat, right?

    Claudia : Thanks alot! I wonder if it would tastes good with banana too. haha...

    Fimere : Merci, glad you like it too!

    CLassi(e) : Thank you very much, dear.

    Hi everyone, thank you very much for visiting and glad that you like the chicken roll as well.
    Hope you're all having a wonderful time.

    Cheers, Kristy

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  13. Kristy I don't know what happened to my first comment, I thought I was so early in commenting too!

    Are you sure you used 15 toothpicks? Lol! It was funnier the first time around! hehe! I just picked up some fresh lychees at our farmer's market Sat. I used to have a Lychee tree out front of my house when I lived in HI. I would grab a handful on my way out the door. This was my daughter's first time trying a lychee...she really likes them, I had to get a picture! :D So I had to show her this post...funny about the timing!

    This looks so good...now I have to go out and get 15 toothpicks :D

    Hope you had a great weekend. (I think that happened to you before where I didn't get one of your comments) hope you get this one!

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  14. This looks great. I thought your idea of rolling the lychee with ham and chicken are luscious. Great photos by the way, making me more hungry.

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  15. Looks beautiful and yummy. Great finger food!

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  16. Lyndz : The toothpicks! It depends how many chicken slice you can get from slicing the meat(also the size of the chicken breast). If you get more than that then you need more. Or maybe you can also use bamboo sticks. As long as something that can hold the meat together! Btw, glad that finally you got in. I hope Maranda will love it.

    Madin : Thank you very much. Glad that you like it too.

    Penny : Wanna join me! hehe.... Have fun at your taco's party.

    Thank you so much for spending your time here, dear friends.

    Hope you'll enjoy the recipe too and have a wonderful day.

    Cheers, Kristy

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  17. Kristy,
    I thought you stay right in JB, never knew you stay far off from JB.

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  18. Lychee with meat... how beautifully exotic! Thanks for the new recipe :)

    Spoon

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  19. Splendid and very creative! I never thought of stuffing lychee in chicken roll but you have made it so mouthwatering that no choice left but to try it very very soon!

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  20. I love the sweet and savory combination...looks delicious.

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  21. Kristy, you've done it again, memang boleh!

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  22. Nice try dear Kristy...delicious..!

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  23. Kristy, this is very creative. I can imagine biting into it....the sweetness from the lychee must be so delicious combined with the chicken. Thanks very much for sharing. Your food are always so special and delicious! Thanks for all your lovely comments on my blog while I was away :D

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  24. Kristy I was joking about the toothpicks...I thought it was cute how you gave us the number that was used :D See what happens when I don't get to talk to you in person? :-) cheers!!

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  25. Wendy : haha... far away LOL!

    Spoon : Thank you so much!

    Alwayswinner : Thanks alot,dear. Hope you'll like it.

    Bo : Thank you! Glad you like it too.

    Cheah : Ya, boleh! Boleh makan! haha....

    Jay : Thanks!

    MaryMoh : Thank you so much for your nice ocmment. Really appreciate it.

    Lyndz : hahaha....very funny! So, do you think I should erase the number! =o)

    Thanks alot everyone! Hope you all have a great time here.

    Regards, Kristy

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  26. I love chicken and I love Lychee. I never would have thought of putting them together though. I bet it tastes wonderful!
    *kisses* HH

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  27. how come you are so creative!! :p

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  28. oh i love lychee but with chicken oh even better, great recipe

    sweetlife

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  29. Ingenious little bites, Kristy. I'm almost afraid to nibble at them, they are just so cute. Oh never mind, I'll take one, no two:)

    Thanks for sharing...

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  30. Lovely creation - you add some zing to the chicken. Loving the ingredients.

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  31. What a great way to cook chicken, they look so good! I had Lychee for the first time a week ago, very tasty!
    thanks so much for sharing
    Dennis

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  32. Kristy....great combo, the kind of rolls that I would want to make for my Piggies. Thanks for sharing this delicious :)

    Have a nice day Kristy !
    Elin

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  33. Wow! This looks so good! I've never seen anything quite like it, but the idea of sweet lychee with chicken and ham sounds amazing!

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  34. Wow! This looks so good! I've never seen anything quite like it, but the idea of sweet lychee with chicken and ham sounds amazing!

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  35. No don't erase the number it made me smile :-)

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  36. Lychee and chicken breast..a wonderful and wise combination!

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  37. What a great idea! I recently made lychee pork ribs, can't wait to try this!

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  38. I love this already. This is surely shock my family when I serve them these.

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  39. I had forgotten what Lychee was and had to google it, now I remember eating it in Mexico of all places, it is so sweet...I could see where this would be beautiful married with the bacon and the chicken and with the glaze...this is something worth remembering, I'm glad you did...

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  40. HELLO,

    I wonder what's happening to the comments! I lost 15 comments from here. How could that happened? =o(

    Kristy

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  41. lychee chicken roll sounds so delicious and really interesting recipe.. good one

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  42. I stir-fried chicken with lychee before and yours in a wrap certainly looks deliciously tempting.

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  43. Another great concoction Kristy. I think I like the chicken meat version more that the bacon. One or two pieces of the bacon wrap would be good. But I can eat a lot more chicken wrap ones :)

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  44. Very nice cocktail food! I must give this a try. Thanks for sharing :)

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  45. Lychee and chicken - sounds like an awesome combination of flavors!

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  46. This looks very delicious!! I want to be your neighbor coz can have many good and wonderful foods everyday.

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