Saturday, 10 November 2012

Spicy Gyoza In Chilli Oil

When comes to vote your favourite CP Frozen Food product(s), I believe most of us would choose their "CP Shrimp Wonton" which is a delicious convenient food for most household. And just recently CP Food has launched a few new products such as Japanese Crispy Gyoza, Shrimp Wonton in Tom Yum Soup and Chicken Gyoza which mentioned in this post.

There are many ways that you could cook this Chicken Gyoza like steamed, pan-fry, deep-fried or even add it into your soup together with other ingredients.


SPICY GYOZA IN CHILLI OIL


For this recipe, I incorporate the Wontons In Spicy Sauce also known as "Hong You Chao Shou - 红油炒手" idea where I steamed the Chicken Gyoza and drizzled it with some chilli flavoured oil. Overall these Chicken Gyoza taste quiet decent for frozen food products and indeed they do come in handy when you just need to prepare some quite bite without storming up the kitchen.

(Serves: 2 | Preparation: 5 minutes | Cooking: 8 minutes)

Ingredients:
  • 10 CP Chicken Gyoza
  • 2 Tablespoons of Chilli Flavoured Oil
  • 80ml Hot Water
  • 1/2 Teaspoon Sugar
  • 1/2 Teaspoon of Vinegar, optional
  • Some Chopped Spring Onion


Method:-
1. Dissolve 1/2 teaspoon of sugar in 80ml of hot water before adding it into the chili oil together with vinegar and stir till combined. Set aside.

2. Arrange CP Chicken Gyoza on a steaming plate and steamed on medium heat for about 5 minutes.

3. Open the lid, drizzle prepared chilli oil on gyoza and continue to steam for another minute or two.

4. Removed from heat, top with some extra chopped spring onion and served with noodles or steamed rice.


You could served this quick dish either with steamed rice or noodle which I bet it would taste even better during cold raining weather where you just want to fix something quick and yet warming for meals without stepping out of the house.

These CP Chicken Gyoza do come in handy when you are looking for some quick meal ideas during weekday dinner or supper. And moreover it would be ready within 3 - 8 minutes depending on your cooking method such as pan-fry, steaming, boiling and etc.

For your information CP Chicken Gyoza is now available in two different sizes such as CP Chicken Gyoza (200g) in 7-Eleven outlets at S$3.90 whereas the CP Chicken Gyoza (400g) for S$5.90 will be available in all major supermarkets.

6 comments:

  1. Tried the CP chicken gyoza when it first came out. Wayyy too much black pepper imo :(

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    1. Oh really! For me still ok as I am not a black pepper fan. Perhaps this new batch is better?

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  2. What brand of chilli oil did you use?

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    1. Hi there,

      I used the Lao Gan Ma Spicy Chili Crisp (老干妈香辣脆油辣椒) which could be easily found in local supermarkets. (Singapore)

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  3. Looks soooo good! My husband likes spicy dumplings from Taiwanese restaurant and the chili oil is so red! You take such a great shot, Ellena! Now I'm super hungry and have to go bed after this... Have a great Sunday evening!

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    1. Thanks Nami. Indeed once in a while, these spicy dumplings do spicy up some boring meals too :p

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