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Steps To Making Chicken Floss Using Breadmaker

SHE IS A BREAD LOVER....  I am not... Anyway, I got her an economical Breadmaker from Lazada a month ago.  Let her be occupied and play with this new "Toy" while I was away in Johor for the past month.  And now she is making better breads than I did for I failed not once but twice in bread making.  I blamed it on the flour, she used wholemeal wheat grains while I use High Protein Bread Flour... I wonder what went wrong, mine turned out with the yeast smell which I don't like.  Ok, maybe it was the yeast that is the culprit.... I better avoid using that the next time and use the one my girl uses.....

Then yesterday I tried something different with the Breadmaker.  It was an impromptu act, it happened that I "double-boiled" a "free range" chicken, to get the essence out of it for my girl to drink.  My girl drank the chicken essence while the dry chicken meat was left alone.  Then an idea came to my mind.. instead of giving the meat to Labby, why not I try doing the chicken floss in the breadmaker?  Poor Labby, this round, you cannot get to eat the meat.... sorry ya!

I went and did some research and found this recipe in this blog here.  Very easy... if I can do it, anyone else also can... Sure BOLEH!!

Recipe adapted from Miss B:
300gm chicken, boiled and shredded, drained well of liquid
2.5 tbsp fish sauce
5 tbsp fine sugar
1.5 tbsp dark soya sauce (runny type, not the thick sticky type)
2.25 tbsp water

As for my recipe, I "tweeked" a bit to adjust to the amount of chicken meat I used.
200-300gm of shredded chicken meat
2 tbsp fish sauce
1/2 tbsp chinese wine (next time I should use more of the wine for fragrance)
4 tbsp fine brown sugar
1/2 tbsp dark soya sauce (I prefer lighter shade)
3 tbsp water

This is our new toy... bread for her, floss for me... 
#10 for the chicken floss.... 
This is the amount of meat with all the seasoning inside... 
Can try tasting a bit to suit own taste buds... 
Into the breadmaker it goes... and set it to #10
And the time shown is 1hr 10 minutes for this feature...
The aroma of the floss filled the whole house..... 
Every now and then, I went to peep.... and finally... after an hour 10 minutes, 
the breadmaker stopped....
and Hey... Looks Good wor....   Can la!!
They turned out finer than I thought.... 
I am so Pleased that the Chicken Floss turns out so well.... 
Now my girl can have her bread with chicken floss...
And as for me, I can have porridge with this too!!

Comments

  1. You are so clever and inventive!!!

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    1. hahaha... Ginny, with the social media, everything is easier!

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  2. #10 for delicious jam and also for chicken floss!? That's great! Your girl is good at making bread now so will have nice tasty bread to eat whenever she feels like it, so convenient!

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    1. Yeah, that was why I bought the breadmaker.. kneading dough is not my cup of tea.. :)

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  3. Wahhhhhh!!! As they say, self praise is no praise. Come, send sample over and let me try and I will tell you my verdict! Dijamin sampai hari esok. LOL!!!

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    1. hehehe... one man's meat might be another man's poison..

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  4. Not bad lah, can make chicken floss pulak. Kalau roti tak jadi, serunding ayam pun jadi lah...LOL!

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  5. I want to learn this too, can use the floss for my CNY meat floss rolls.

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    1. Steaming the chicken essence has its benefits too! Easy to do.. I can lend the maker and let you try!

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  6. I am definitely taking inspiration from this, love your blog! If you will like to have something to look, I think you will like see more from here.

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