The ones they served up last time were slightly different, in that they were more of a mini sandwich, as compared to chicken on bread, which is what I present to you here. Ibu also modified the original recipe slightly, so I might make the "proper" one later on, hehe. ;) In the meantime, here you go!
What you need:
Diced chicken, cooked
1 bunch spring onions, diced (optional)
Liquid chicken stock, and a bit of oyster sauce
What you do:
- Blend the chicken pieces, until they are finely ground.
- Mix the oyster sauce and chicken stock with the ground chicken, to make a "paste", of sorts.
- Spread the paste onto pieces of bread, removing the crusts if you wish.
- Sprinkle over some spring onion, if using.
- Sprinkle over the sesame seeds to cover the chicken, and press into the chicken using the back of a spoon or a fork.
- Either toast in a toaster over for about 5 minutes, or until bread is crisp, or cut into small pieces and fry until golden brown. We baked. :P
As for the overall taste... hmmm, it wasn't quite what I was looking for. The chicken was still a bit dry, though nicely seasoned. In the original recipe, the spring onion was also blended together with the chicken, so the taste of it was probably more prominent. The dryness could also have possibly been due to the fact we baked it, instead of frying it. :P But yes. Healthy healthy healthy...
The others were also not too enthusiastic about it. Mainly because they think it was nothing special, haha. Oh well... that just means we have the wrong recipe. On with the next one! (Next time, anyway...)
Quote of the day: Sesame seeds and Poppy seeds are the only officially acceptable "spots" that should be seen on the surface of any loaf of bread. Fuzzy and hairy looking white or green growth areas are a good indication that your bread has turned into a pharmaceutical laboratory experiment.