Kerabu Mangga @ Raw Mango Salad With Deboned Chicken Feet 泰式芒果鸡脚沙拉


A great dish to start with on 2016 and its also my number 8th blogging year. What a lucky number ! It happened that I bought a packet of deboned chicken feet a couple of days back. I knew hubby will loves it. Its been ages since he taken this chicken feet, at least more than 20 years. Back then, we can easily found this dish all around Singapore and  also in Kuala Lumpur. It is also called as Glass chicken feet 玻璃鸡脚.  So, this is a surprise for him ! I'm planning to prepare this deboned chicken feet with Thai mango salad. You may also learn how to debone your chicken feet from here and here.

This is a very easy to prepare dish with just few simple ingredients.

Ingredients :
8 pcs  deboned chicken feet
1 large raw mango, julienned & keep chilled
2  Japanese cucumber, julienned & keep chilled
2 large  onion, thinly sliced
1 bunch of cilantro, rinsed then thinly cut
2 TB  homemade pickled bird eye chilies
4 lime, juiced
1 lemon, juiced
4 TB sugar (sweetness as desired)
1/2 TB  fish sauce
3 TB  Thai chili sauce
*3 TB  mushroom floss for topping
*some toasted sesame for topping

Method :
(1) bring a pot of water to boil then cook deboned chicken feet for 5 minutes, transfer chicken feet to ice water when done. Next, drained and chopped into small chunk.
(2) now, mix chopped chicken feet with Thai chili sauce and keep chilled.

(3) next, combined all ingredients into a big mixing bowl and stir till well cooperated.

(4) finally, add in the chicken feet mixture and again stir to well mixed. And serve.

Finally, serve mango salad with mushroom floss and sesame seeds. Wa...la.... its done ! The smell of lime always making me salivate. Its best to prepare this dish just before dinner starts, if you want to enjoy the crunchiness of the salad.

Comments

  1. I miss chicken claws! The salad looks light and very tasty, Kristy.

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  2. Happy Blogoversary, Kristy!!! I see you are still cooking up a delicious storm!!!

    Thank you so much for sharing...Happy New Year!!!

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  3. Kristy...Happy New Year and Happy blogging to you. This is my favorite dish and you have managed to make me drool all over the lappy esp so early in the morning * wink. Have KIV this recipe and thanks for sharing.

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  4. Dear Kristy, A great salad which I am willing to taste as soon as possible, say, as soon as I get the chicken feet, I have seen them at the butchers, but never knew how to cook them! Big hugs

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  5. Hi Kristy,
    Happy New Year and Happy blogging to you.
    Look at this Kerabu Mangga With Deboned Chicken Feet, mmh....... drooling lah!
    Yummylicious!love it!

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  6. Hi Kristy,
    Happy New Year and Happy blogging to you.
    Look at this Kerabu Mangga With Deboned Chicken Feet, mmh....... drooling lah!
    Yummylicious!love it!

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  7. Lovely kerabu dish Kristy ..its been ages since I ate
    chicken feet!
    A query : where can I get Mushroom Floss or
    is it homemade?
    Thanks for sharing
    Mrs Singh Ipoh

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  8. Hi Mrs Singh
    First of all, welcome to my humble little space. You can get the mushroom floss from either any organic shop or vegetarian shop. Hope this will help. Otherwise, just omit it.
    Thanks for visiting. Enjoy & have fun !
    Blessings, Kristy

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  9. Wow... Kristy, you are amazing that you have been blogging for 8 years! I have been following your blog and years and love lots of the recipes including this very flavoursome Thai salad that you have shared.

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