Monday, March 21, 2011

Steamed Savoury Glutinous Rice @ 'Loh Mai Gai'

This is one of the must have dim sum dish, other than prawns dumpling @ Har Gao when having breakfast at dim sum restaurant. But I seldom go to our local dim sum place to have breakfast because mostly of their dim sum is made of pork. My kids not really fond of it. So, still making it at home is the best. I used mostly chicken meat even the 'Lap Cheong' @ Chinese Sausage also made of chicken meat (a product from Thailand).

Ingredients :
*2 sticks Chinese sausage, sliced
*some sliced mushroom (I used fresh ones)
1 whole chicken breast fillet, sliced
2 cups glutinous rice, clean & soaked for 3 hours

Seasoning for chicken :
3 tbsp oyster sauce
1 tspn dark soy sauce
1 tbsp light soy sauce
2 tbsp rice wine/shaoxing wine
1 tbsp ginger juice
1 tspn sugar
1/2 tspn white pepper
2 tbsp sesame oil
(combine all ingredients and mix well with the sliced chicken & mushroom, then set aside)

Seasoning for glutinous rice :
3/4 cup water
1/2 tspn Chinese five spice
2 tbsp oyster sauce
1 tspn dark soy sauce
2 tpsn light soy sauce
1/2 tpsn white pepper
3 tbsp fried garlic oil
1 tspn sesame oil
(combine all and stir in to cooked glutinous rice and mix to combine)

(1) prepared 8 rice bowls and place in marinated chicken, mushroom & sliced sausage.
(2) fill in each bowl with cooked glutinous rice.
(3) then steam for 30 mins over high heat, and serve hot.

Note : Steam the soaked glutinous rice for 30 mins over high heat (without any addition of water). Then stir in the seasoning mixture once the rice is cooked.

These ready made foil packaging with cover can easily found at the specialty shop. So easy & convenient! We can keep them refrigerated as soon as it's done and then go straight to the steamer or microwave on the following day.
I'm sending this to Shaz @ Muhibbah Malaysian Monday event.


Honey Bee Sweets said...

Oh my, this is one of my absolute favorite tool Kristy! I think I can eat this everyday, lol! Thanks for the reminder, looks like I better make this again, yum yum!

Small Kucing said...

oh ya hor....long time i didnt make this

Quay Po Cooks said...

Kristy, " hoe sik" :D

divya said...

Wow..yummy and delicious...

Anncoo said...

Kristy, you made my favorite 'Loh Mai Gai'. Save some for me please :)

Pam said...

Oh my gosh! This looks great and sounds delicious!

pigpigscorner said...

My favourite breakfast dish! Those in the foil look like store-bought.

lena said...

i just had loh mai kai this afternoon at a coffeeshop. i think yours look even better than those selling outside, looks very good! kristy you too have a great week!

Katerina said...

It looks perfect to me!

Lyndsey said...

Kristy when I first saw the picture I thought it was a big portion that you would slice off a piece. Then when I saw it on the blog I see it's in beautiful indidvidual servings. And guess what? I have all the ingredients already! I could make them today! :D Except the little tins, could I use ramekins? I think it sounds great with the chicken, oh...I don't have the Chinese sausage either, but I have other chicken sausage.

Wishing you sunny skies,

Drick said...

this must be one tasty dish... and looks like seafood would be great in it too

Angie's Recipes said...

wow Kristy, I love glutinous rice chicken! I wish I had some Chinese sausages in pantry...or maybe I should just skip them.

Cooking Gallery said...

Kristy, you're making me crave for some Lor Mai Gai right now...! I have Chinese sausages in the fridge, I should make this tomorrow!!

Belinda @zomppa said...

I love sticky rice!! Haven't had this in a long time, and I too now have a craving!

Claudia said...

Oh I love every ingredient and combined it is so earthy and tasty. I make something similar but not with the rice - so you have me thinking... in a good way.

AngelineBK said...

Oh, plse send it over to my house! Tat Lor Mai Kai looks delicious!

Anonymous said...

So delicious Loh Mai Gai. Thank you for the recipe.

Best regards,

Hayley said...

I love 'loh mai kai'! Cant really find the best at my hometown, but still loving it! (Despite the calories :P)

The Sweetylicious said...

i love the chicken ones! super nice! yours look better than those selling in the store! look so yummy (:

Janine said...

ooh it's been some time since i've eaten this and this reminds me that i need to make this soon!!!

cikmanggis said...

Selalunya Cm masak loh ma gai ni:)bubuh isi ayam.Makan dengan bawang goreng dan cili potong.mesti ada cili hehe

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Shirley said...

I am completely new to this dish. I like the seasonings you've used.

Yin said...

Oh! This is one of my fav too @ yum chai. Your loh mai gai(sticky rice) looks absurbly tasty like the one served in famous dim sum restaurants!

Ah Tze said...

this is my favaurite, I must order it whenever I go for dim sum! Thanks for the recipe!

~~louise~~ said...

I for one am glad you make your own at home, Kristy. It not only looks delicious, it is making me long for just a little bitty taste right now!!!

Would you say a novice such as myself could prepare this?

Cheah said...

Drooling at your loh mai gai, so moist and yummy with the generous amount of filling!

shaz said...

Yum, my favourite too. I didn't know that there is a chicken version of lup cheong. Sounds great. My kids are the opposite though. They like pork but dislike chicken, so strange given that pork is "stronger" tasting! Your lo mai gai looks very good, I've bookmarked to try :)

My Little Space said...

Bee : Are you kidding...everyday! Oh, not me! Once a week it's more than enough.

Kathy : No need to cook! Since there are so many delicious one available in KL. Safe gas!

Veron : haha...thanks!

Divya : Thank you!

Ann : No need to store for you. I'll make a new batch for you!

Pam : Thanks!

Ann : It's more convinience to bring along for outing especially during 'qing ming'!

Lena : Some of the store bought ones are very dry and the rice don't cooked properly which I hate the most.

Katerina : Thanks!

Lyndz : Yes, you can use remekins or any ceramic bowls. And you can either omit the sausage or just add in together with other ingredients.

Drick : Yes, it is! Seafood...why I have never thought of it before.

My Little Space said...

Angie : But the rice taste better with 'lap cheong'.lol!

Cooking gallery : wow, you're lucky! Hope you will love it.

Belinda : Go for Dm Sum tomorrow! ha...

Claudia : Maybe you can just enjoy this at the Dim Sum restaurant!

Lyn : You're welcome. Hope you will like it.

Hayley : ha... but i saw you going for dim sum quite often though!

Sweetylicious : Thanks so much for your lovely words. So sweet of you. Glad you like it too.

Janine : Have fun!

CM : While I prefer to eat without the chili sauce. I don't want to spoilt the original flavourly of the rice.

Blue wale : but very fattening! hahaha....

Shirley : This is a very flavourful breakfast or brunch.

Yin : Then hurry, you should go for dim sum tomorrow morning! ha...

Ah Tze : You're welcome! Hope you will like it.

louise : Why not? Just believe in yourself and you will.

Cheah : You're lucky because you can easily buy super luscious LMG anywhere in Ipoh!

Shaz : Hope you will like it! Enjoy.

Thank you everyone for visiting and spending your time here. Great to see you all and glad you like this LMG too. Enjoy & have fun!

Hope you are all having a fabulous day!

Blessings, Kristy

Pegasuslegend said...

Would love to try some of this mouth watering dish!

Wai Kitt said...

Nowadays really can't get tasty Loh Mai Gai outside. Some even don't put the lap cheong. So homemade one is still the best!

Jeannie said...

I love to make this too, so convenient to take to work:D

Anonymous said...

hi Kristy,

Can check with you for below for measurement, how much in grams?

- 1 whole chicken breast fillet, sliced
- 2 cups glutinous rice



Emily Malloy said...

This looks DEE-LISH.

FOODESSA said...

The sauces used in this recipe have me salivating on their own...perfect blend for a successful preparation Kristy ;o)

Ciao for now,

My Little Space said...

Claudia : Thank you!

Wai kitt : LMG without lap cheong isn't perfect at all.

Jeannie : Yesh, you are right

Fei Fei : Hi there, thanks for stopping by. Here's the answer for your question.
(1) chicken breast = 35ggm
(2) glutinous rice = 400gm
Enjoy & Have fun!

Emily : Thanks alot.

Claudia : Thanks so much!

Thanks everyone for stopping by and spending your time here with me.

Hope you're all having a fabulous day.

Blessings, Kristy

My Little Space said...

fei fei : the chicken fillet is 350gm!

Magic of Spice said...

What glorious flavors! My family would go crazy for this :)

Anonymous said...

hi Kristy,

Thanks for the answer.. :)


cherry potato said...

I like to eat Loh Mai Gai or savoury dumpling. I have made this long time ago, and bookmarked your recipe to try again.

Thanks for your sharing.

Anonymous said...

hi Kristy,

Like to thank you for posting this recipe, have tried last sunday and it is really delicious!

It has superseded all the other loh mai gai recipe that I have tried so far..



My Little Space said...

Fei fei :

Thank you very much for your nice words and am glad you finally made it and like it too. It's such a great pleasure for sharing it. Enjoy & have more fun.

Anonymous said...

I ate something similar to this when I was in The Philippines, since our Chinese Filipinos cook this and sell them ... I couldn't forget the taste; how delicious it was, and to this, I thank you so much for posting your recipe, since I can cook this now, in one of my cozy days...

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