Saturday, November 7, 2009

Chicken Ku Lo Yoke with Pineapple (Sweet and Sour Chicken) – Great Weekend Recipe

I got some leftover pieces of pineapple in my fridge and I know that if I leave it there, no one is going to eat it. Then I remembered that I still have one capsicum as well. So, it is time to cook up my kid’s favourite ku lo yoke (sweet and sour meat). The ku lo yoke dish served in restaurant are normally made from pork but I tried to use chicken meat instead. Here is my simplified ku lo yoke recipe.

Ingredients Meat
Chicken meat, 250 gms, minced
Onions, 1 pc, chopped finely
Pepper, a dash
Salt to taste
Corn flour (or tapioca flour), 2 table spoons

Sauce and garnish
Tomato Sauce, 7 table spoons
A little sugar
Capsicum, 1 pc, cut into cubes
Onions, 1 pc, cut into four
Pineapple, 1 slice, cut into small pieces

Mix all the meat ingredients together. Shape the mixture into round bite size marble like balls. Heat up wok and add in oil to deep fry the meat. Fry them until they turned golden brown. Drain away excess oil and put the meatballs aside. Put a little oil in wok and add onions. Pour in the tomato sauce, a little water, sugar, capsicum and pineapple. Add corn flour water mixture if the sauce is too watery. Bring to a boil and pour it on the meat balls. Serve with steamed rice.

21 comments:

Christine said...

Pete thanks so much for this, the sweet and sour pork is a favourite of my son's, in fact I just bought some today....will definitely try the chicken.

suituapui said...

My missus cooks very nice sweet and sour fish...but we never do that with pork. Can get nice ones in the shops... LOL!!!

mommy to chumsy said...

my favorite dish :D i just know how to eat...have not tried cooking it..hehehee

wenn said...

that's definitely mu son's favourite but i love the pineapple..

Moons1 said...

Hmmm....Yummy!!!

AL said...

Pete, I love Hawaiian Chicken, that's how I call it and sometimes I add laurel leaf just to enhance the flavor.

Pete said...

Christine : Chicken would be more tender, hope your son likes it too!

STP : Love the crispy part of the fish in this sauce...yum!

Mommy : Actually quite easy to cook, add in all the green inside...no need to cook another vegetable dish...LOL!

Wenn : I like the pineapple too! Taste good with the sauce.

Moons1 : Thks for dropping by here.

AL : Ha ha, Hawaiian Chicken just like pizza. I haven't tried adding laurel leaf....maybe will try it!

smallkucing said...

Another recipe...yur family really have "hao fook".

cleffairy said...

Wah, you're so generous with the pineapples! LOL... looks very colourful lerrr...I'm sure it's polished after that.

A Full-Timed Housefly said...

pete , come and cook for me lah ! I provide you free meal everyday

Pete said...

smallkucing : Ha ha, but my kids are all skinny.....cannot become chubby...LOL!

Cleff : I love pineapple, put more inside

AFTH : Sure can but you are a better cook than me leh!

My Little Things Corner said...

Normaly i use pork, ok, next time use chicken...thanks for sharing

fufu said...

damn i always wanted to cook but presentations and parties not allow me to do so... and i dont have the spices >< send me some so i could cook msian dishes...

reanaclaire said...

wow..my kids love this dish.. yeah, perhaps i buy a can of pineapple and do this too.. running out of ideas actually ever since my son comes back..

Cheryl said...

Oh this sounds soooo good. I can almost taste it...LOL!

tuti said...

some more some more not enough!!!
i'm coming for dinner mah.

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Ayie said...

i miss eating this and i'm actually craving for this dish but it's not allowed for me =(

Annie Q said...

me and my boys love this dish too. I always cook this over the weekend. :)

Pete said...

Ayie : I think this dish is ok for you. How come not allowed?

Annie Q : I guess this is everyone favourite!

Anonymous said...

Keep posting stuff like this i really like it

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