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Quick and Easy Food & Snacks for Hari Raya Open House

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Quick and Easy Food & Snacks for Hari Raya Open House

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Fasting month has just started, and many Muslims in Malaysia and across the world are looking forward to celebrating Hari Raya!

However, we must exercise caution during these periods owing to the presence of the coronavirus.

We know you have lots to prepare for the Hari Raya celebration, and that’s why in this post, we’ve compiled a list of quick and easy food and snacks that you can use to impress your guests during your Hari Raya open house.

Tempura Chicken Nuggets

EB Tempura chicken nugget

Hari Raya is a season when there is an abundance of food and snacks! Tempura Chicken nuggets are a popular snack among both children and adults. 

You can get these frozen chicken snacks from EB Frozen Food to give your guests something to snack on!

Made with fresh chicken breast meat and wrapped in a delectable crispy tempura batter, this snack has all the crispiness you can ask for! 

Perfect as a side or as a quick snack, EB Frozen Food Tempura Chicken Nuggets are sure to delight your Hari Raya Open House guests.

Fried Crispy Chicken Wonton

The fried chicken wonton is a popular party dish. Crispy chicken wontons can never go wrong!

This EB Frozen Food delectable snack is prepared with delicate wrappers loaded with quality chicken meat and deep-fried to crispy golden brown perfection.

Serve the fried crispy chicken wonton snack with your preferred sauce. Keep your fingers clean because it will be finger-lickin’ delicious!

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Cheesy Chicken Rolls

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Rich in natural spices and flavouring, EB Frozen Food Cheesy Chicken Roll will make your guests drool and ask for more.

This snack is made by wrapping juicy chopped chicken meat in “Fuzhuk” bean curd skin and fried to perfection.

There are three different flavours to choose from — original, cheese and salted egg — each of them is sure to tickle your taste buds.

Lemang

In Malaysia, lemang is an all-time Eid favourite! Glutinous rice is cooked with coconut milk in a banana leaf-lined bamboo pot, creating a delectable meal.

The filled bamboo tube is set on a tiny fire and expands upwards.

Cooking over an open flame imparts a unique smokey taste—creamy on the inside, somewhat crispy, and crusted on the outside, with a banana leaf scent.

Lemang

Keropok Lekor

Keropok Lekor

Yes, this is the fish keropok we all love! Keropok Lekor comes in three different forms— lekor (long and chewy), keping (thin and crispy), and losong (steamed).

It’s usually served with a special sweet and spicy chilli sauce, which complements the flavour of the fish.

For greater variety and aesthetic appeal to excite your visitors’ taste buds, serve tasty finger fish snacks like fish chips, cheese fingers, or fish fingers alongside Keropok Lekor.

Since they are all made out of fish, they will complement each other very well.

Desserts

During the Raya festive season, sweet delights abound—from cookies, biscuits, cakes, and traditional Malaysian kuih, we can fairly state that there is never a shortage of desserts to feast on.

Malaysian favourites like Pineapple Tarts, Dodol, Kuih Bakar, and Bubur Pulut Hitam are just a few other favourites, and Eid is known to bring out the sweet taste in all of us.

In a Nutshell

While Hari Raya is a time of celebration and visitation, it is also a time of rest.

Even though you will spend some time in the kitchen cooking these delectable dishes, you can simplify the process by purchasing some of the ingredients, like frozen chicken products and other ready-to-eat snacks from EB Frozen Food.

Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri! EB Frozen Food wishes all Muslims friends joy, peace and health. May you have a successful and prosperous year ahead.

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3 Types of Halal Frozen Chicken Products You Should Try

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3 Types of Halal Frozen Chicken Products You Should Try

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EB Frozen Food is one of Malaysia’s major distributors of halal frozen chicken products. With total involvement from processing to delivery, we produce quality and highly sought-after products that set us apart. Our facilities have been certified for food safety and quality. 

Customers can enjoy our frozen food products at their finest, thanks to our quality control and preparation methods. Furthermore, many eateries and homes benefit from our ready-to-cook meals since they save valuable cooking time.

Each frozen chicken product is meticulously made using only the best ingredients before they are frozen to preserve the delectable flavour for you and your family — anytime, anywhere. Besides, our products are being featured in our national newspaper too! 

Our cutting-edge processing facility, which adheres to high hygiene and quality control standards, ensures that our halal frozen chicken products have outstanding taste and an appealing appearance with their original flavour and nutritional content intact.

Here are the 3 Types of Halal Frozen Chicken Products You Should Try


1. Crispy Fried Chicken Wontons

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Crispy Chicken Wonton

Enjoy this wonderful food from EB Frozen Food. Crispy Fried Chicken Wontons are loaded with excellent chicken meat and wonton skin for a rich flavour.

This snack recipe is a must-try dish on every special occasion. To make each mouthful crunchy and irresistibly delectable, deep-fry them to a crispy golden brown perfection.

They go well with chili sauce, tomato sauce, or sweet and sour sauce. If you don’t want to use a dipping sauce, our crispy fried chicken wontons are delicious on their own. Serving this dish with tabbouleh is another fantastic way to enjoy these fried chicken wontons.

2. Tempura Chicken Nuggets

EB Tempura chicken nugget

This halal frozen chicken product, made with chicken breast meat and wrapped in a delicious crispy tempura batter, is one you don’t want to miss. 

They’re the ideal complement to your favourite sides or as a quick snack, with all the crispiness and juiciness you’ll need.

Serve these battered chicken breasts with rice and wok-fried vegetables for an Asian-inspired meal that will leave you wanting more. 

These delicious tempura chicken nuggets will delight the young ones in your home, and you can be certain that they are made with only the finest ingredients.

3. Chicken Rolls

EB Chicken roll
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Our freshly prepared chicken rolls are light, crunchy, and airy. When you bite into it, it will make that amazing crunchy sound in your mouth. 

It’s a nutritious snack that’s minimal in calories and utterly delicious. This classic chicken roll is something that everyone enjoys and can be eaten at any time of day.

Enjoy tasty chopped chicken meat rich in natural spices and flavouring wrapped with fuchuk bean curd skin for the best taste. They come in three different flavours to delight your taste buds: original, cheese, and salted egg

This dish will never let you down.

 

Is It Certified Halal?

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EB Frozen Chicken products are halal-certified. Our frozen food products are made following halal standards from the Jabatan Hal Ehwal Agama Islam Pulau Pinang Malaysia (JHEAIPP), Food Safety and Quality Division (HACCP), and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP). Our product packages bear the Halal Jakim logo, indicating that they are Muslim-friendly and safe to eat.

 

Why Choose EB Frozen Food?

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Years of Experience

We have been in the frozen food business for over 27 years, exporting to more than 31 countries. Today, we are one of the best in the food manufacturing industry as we produce and deliver high-quality, Halal surimi-based frozen foods.

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Quality Assurance

At EB Frozen Food, we adopt strict Quality Assurance policies and procedures. These policies are used across our organization, from production to operations, field to harvest, and distribution to customer relations. Because we utilize only fresh and premium quality ingredients, all of our products are made in line with HALAL, GMP, and HACCP standards.

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A Wide Range of Products

EB Frozen Food manufactures a wide selection of products to meet your daily needs. Our products span from Hotpot to Finger Food, Dim Sum, Western Food, Japanese, and Oceanic. Our products may be cooked using a variety of culinary methods, ranging from steaming to frying, and served as a quick and delicious dish.

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Strong and Professional Team

Our team consists of qualified experts with global sourcing capabilities for fresh ingredients. Our R&D team is dedicated to continuous innovation and research to develop new products with each of them tested for quality, safety and viability before leaving our high-tech manufacturing facilities.

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10 Tips to Get Your Kitchen Prepared for Ramadan

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Muslims look forward to Ramadan because it is a time when they strive to do more ibadah and good deeds.

Except for those who know how to make their kitchens so that making Iftar is easy for them, every day in Ramadan can be hard for Muslim women due to the amount of work they have.

Keeping high spirituality and Ibadah on track while working full-time as housewives and mothers, caring for children and household chores, and preparing meals for the family to enjoy breaking the fast together can be difficult during this season.

At the end of the day, Muslim wives find themselves in the kitchen, preparing Iftar, deserts, and drinks and snacks for the children.

We’ll share ten tips for preparing your kitchen for Ramadan in this post so you can have the time to concentrate on other aspects of the season.

1. The Basics

Clean your kitchen and refrigerator thoroughly, getting rid of everything that you don’t need to make room for the months’ worth of food.

Prepare various ingredients for meals throughout the week so that you only have to complete the final steps of combining the ingredients each day.

For instance, prepare a sufficient supply of onions, garlic, and tomato sauce in the refrigerator; wash and season the halal frozen chicken and meat product; make some hibiscus-flavoured beverages and store them in the refrigerator.

2. Prepare a Grocery List

Make a list of everything you’ll need for the month and buy everything in one or two trips. For example, if you’ll cook some halal frozen food, frozen halal dim sum series, etc. write them down.

Don’t overspend and try to be as cost-effective as possible.

3. Shop (online) in Large Quantities

Don’t go overboard with this. For instance, only buy fruits and vegetables when they’re needed to avoid spoilage.

Halal frozen chicken products, rice, pasta, (pita) bread, oil, and spices are all items that you should stock up on.

Make a list of the different kinds of meat you’ll need for each meal, as well as the quantities of each. Freeze and label everything once you’ve purchased it.

Also, shopping online and having food items delivered to your home will save you time and stress. You can buy everything online from halal dim sum dishes to halal frozen chicken products.

4. Prioritize Your Tasks

Start with the most basic tasks and work your way down to the ones that are less important to you.

5. Establish a Checklist

Put both basic and extracurricular activities on this list. This will serve as both a reminder and an alert if you have too many or too few tasks on your list.

6. Make a Plan Ahead of Time for the Meals you Want to Prepare

Make a schedule for each meal and stick to it. To avoid having to hunt for specific ingredients, keep them in cupboards and on shelves that are easy to reach.

Prepare some dishes ahead of time and freeze them if you’re going to have them more than once. This saves time, allowing you to spend more time worshiping.

7. Make Advance Arrangements for Family Visits

If you don’t plan ahead, inviting friends to Iftar can be a lot of work. Prepare quick and easy meals like the frozen halal dim sum dishes. If possible, prepare some or all of the foods a day ahead of time for the visit.

If possible, have someone assist you with food preparation, lifting, and dishwashing, and if you have children, encourage them to assist you.

8. Make Use of Any Leftovers You May Have

Never throw food away; instead, try to repurpose leftovers or give them to the less fortunate.

In order to discipline one’s food intake, the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) would break his fast with dates, milk, and a light meal.

Simplify your diet. Drink soup, and for dessert, eat fruit. It’s better for your health and cuts down on time spent in the kitchen.

9. Clean the Kitchen As You Cook

Clean while you cook to avoid a mess after you leave the kitchen during Ramadan. This month’s most significant element is time.

10. Appointments and Visits Should be Scheduled

If at all possible, avoid unnecessary outings and set specific times. Make it clear to your family and friends that Ramadan is a special time for you, and that you would prefer to devote more time to prayers and related activities than to going out.

All in All

Make sure you’re getting enough nutrients in your diet. Healthy eating will provide you with the energy you need to work, pray, and perform your other responsibilities.

As much as possible, avoid eating junk food and foods high in fats; this type of diet will make you sleepy and lazy and pose a health risk.

It’s also vital to get some rest. For you to be able to complete the month at the same pace, you’ll need enough sleep hours.

That’s the 10 tips that can help to ease your work in preparing your kitchen for Ramadan.

We from EB Food wish you a happy Ramadan!

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The Brief History of Dim Sum

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What is Dim Sum?

Dim sum refers to small, bite-sized foods served in bamboo steamer baskets or on small plates, and it is a Cantonese expression. Dim sum means “to touch the heart” in Chinese 

Steamed, roasted, or fried, these little quantities of food can be savory or sweet. The portion of dim sum is usually small, and there are a great variety of dim sum dishes with different tastes and flavors to choose from.

For instance, Cantonese dim sum has a very diverse range of flavors, textures, cooking styles, and ingredients. They can be divided into regular items, seasonal offerings, weekly specials, banquet meals, holiday dishes, house signature dishes, and travel-friendly meals. They can also be broken down into breakfast or lunch foods and late-night snacks.

The Origins of Dim Sum

Dim sum is eaten all across China and in some parts of the world, including Malaysia. However, the dishes are thought to have originated in Guangdong, in southern China, before making their way to Hong Kong.

After opium dens were outlawed across the country, Cantonese dim sum culture developed in tea houses in the late 1800s in Guangzhou, the capital of Guangdong. 

Travelers and traders on the Silk Road would stop for a dim sum meal at tea houses. As they traveled, the practice grew in popularity across the area, particularly in Hong Kong.

While sipping tea, all guests were able to sit down, rest, chat, and eat. At the time, these kinds of tea establishments could be found on nearly every street and corner. The seeds of today’s modern dim sum tradition were planted at that time. 

Dim sum nowadays can contain cuisines and cultures from all around China and Malaysia. Frozen dim sum, including those that are halal, is also available in Malaysia today. The culinary form, however, has mostly remained unchanged.

Dim Sum Restaurants

In most dim sum restaurants, there are several dozen different foods to choose from. However, tea is equally important and must be present. Many Cantonese restaurants start serving dim sum as early as 5 a.m., while more traditional restaurants don’t start serving dim sum until the middle of the afternoon.

Customers are served dishes from steam-heated carts in dim sum restaurants, which is a unique serving method. Restaurants are now serving dim sum for dinner and selling a la carte dim sum items for takeout.

Some chefs develop innovative fusion-based dim sum and halal dim sum dishes in addition to conventional dim sum. For example, dumplings and buns shaped like animals, for example, come in versions that look good on social media.

Popular Dim Sum Dishes

Steam dumplings (Siu Mai)

Steam dumpling dim sum are usually shaped into a cup and sometimes topped with mushrooms. Most dim sum restaurants have this dish on their menu. It is a must-have on the tea table.

tiger prawn roll
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Prawn Roll (Har Guen)

Generously packed with giant tiger prawn in a roll completely covered in crispy bean curd skin made of soybean. It’s a popular choice for customers to order in dim sum restaurants.

Phoenix claws (Fung Zao) or chicken feet

Phoenix claws (Fung Zao) or chicken feet may appear strange at first, but they become a local delicacy after being deep-fried, boiled, marinated, and steamed. The soft, sticky tendon beneath the skin is flavored with black bean sauce.

Golden Crispy Prawn Cake
golden crispy prawn cake

Crispy Prawn Cake

Deep fried prawn cake is also a popular choice for Malaysians when having dim sum. Generous amount of prawn paste covered with beancurd skin and fried with breadcrumbs covered. It’s a perfect match with tea.

Congee (Zuk)

Congee (Zuk) is a savory rice porridge that can be eaten plain or accompanied with meat and vegetables. Whether made at home or in a posh dim sum restaurant, it’s a popular breakfast option.

Shrimp Wonton Product Packaging
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Shrimp Wonton

Wonton is made with fresh whole prawn and wrapped in wonton pastry, the shrimp wonton tastes tender and juicy and is perfect for a dim sum breakfast and is best served when it’s steaming hot!

Rice noodle rolls (Cheong Fun)

For any Cantonese family, rice noodle rolls (Cheong Fun) are a must-have breakfast. Beef, eggs, and shrimp are folded into wide steamed rice noodles. A dash of sweet soy sauce is usually added to enhance the flavor.

In a Nutshell ​

When eating out is a hassle, especially during the Covid-19, the answer is to create a downscale experience at home, and the famous dim sum meals mentioned above are the fantastic ones to start with.

Instead of trying to prepare everything from scratch, look for a dim sum supplier in Malaysia for frozen dim sum (halal ones are also available) to make the cooking process faster and less stressful.

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Ten Exciting Food Resolutions For The New Year

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Ten Exciting Food Resolutions For The New Year

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New Year’s resolutions are usually difficult to keep. We’ve all been in that situation. When it comes to your health, though, making a few commitments to yourself is essential. When times are rough, especially during a pandemic, it’s even more important to eat well and keep healthy.

Here are ten exciting food resolutions that you can make for 2022.

 

 

1. Eat as a family

With so many varied schedules and activities, it can be difficult for families to sit down and have a meal together these days. However, it’s recommended to sit down as a family to enjoy a delicious meal at least 2 or 3 times a month. In this regard, having a steamboat meal together is a good idea. You can choose to add delicious foods like Shishamo and seafood tofu to your steamboat.

These foods come with a certain smoothness and a springy texture with seafood flavour—the right addition to your steamboat. It’s a lot easier to keep to your New Year’s resolutions when your family is participating, plus it allows for more fun and bonding, which is priceless.

2. Try cooking different cuisines

One of the easiest strategies to get out of a culinary rut is to commit to trying new cuisine. From Brazilian to the Caribbean, Moroccan, Vietnamese and Chinese, these travel-inspired recipe collections will bring new flavors to your table.

 

3. Practise mindful eating

Mindful eating is based on the Buddhist practice of mindfulness, and it entails paying complete attention to your meal in the present moment without being distracted by anything else. This is especially beneficial to the cephalic phase of digestion when your stomach creates digestive fluids in reaction to the sight, taste, or smell of food.

 

4. Add, don't take away

Resist the urge to cut food out and focus on what you can add! Underappreciated foods with significant nutritional profiles include seeds (chia, flax, sesame, pumpkin, sunflower), microgreens, spices, and fermented foods. Sprinkle seeds on your toast, add microgreens to your sandwich, try turmeric and ginger dishes, and toss some kimchi into your grain bowl. Your brain and gut will appreciate it.

 

5. Keep your fridge stock

If you have a particular diet, ensure that your fridge is stocked with your required foods. Having your preferred foods always available will make it easier to stick with your resolutions. For example, if you’re going to have steamboat dinner with friends and family later in the week, you need to visit your steamboat frozen food supplier early enough to ensure that you have all the necessary ingredients.

EB Frozen Food is your trusted frozen food supplier for your steamboat dinner. The steamboat 5-in-1 pack comes with Cheese Tofu, Fish Sandwich, Seafood Tofu, Fish Ball, and Seafood Beancurd Roll, 5 types of popular premium quality steamboat dishes for you to have all at once.

6. Make your resolutions approachable

More achievable resolutions are more sustainable than fully eliminating certain foods. Rather than eliminating specific foods in January, which can lead to massive binging in February due to extreme deprivation, we advocate eating them in little portions. For example, if you’re trying to switch to a vegetarian diet, rather than quitting beef or chicken altogether, commit to having a small portion 1 to 2 times each week. Allowing for those indulgences may make the path much simpler to keep to without making you feel deprived.

 

7. Eat more fruit, plant-based foods, and veggies

On the surface, this one doesn’t appear to be all that fascinating – but it can be! Everyone should eat more fruits and vegetables than they already do, but the secret is to make it fun. Try buying a different vegetable every week and serving it as a side dish to get more veggies into your diet. Moreover, plant-based foods like fuchuk and Kyoto Yuba are healthy, delicate in taste, and very rich in protein.

8. Drink more water

You’ve undoubtedly heard that you should drink two liters of water every day, but to be more precise, you should drink 30 milliliters of water per kilogram of your body weight per day. For example, if you weigh 75 kilograms, you’ll need two and a quarter liters of water every day. Water is necessary for a variety of body activities, including temperature control, digestion, and blood circulation. If you’re having trouble getting enough water, consider adding fresh herbs or citrus slices to your water.

 

9. Stop the fad dieting

Rather than following fad diets that promise quick results while jeopardizing your metabolic and mental health, pick a nutrition plan that not only matches your objectives but also fits into your lifestyle. A well-balanced diet would yield gradual but long-term effects. It should be a diet that can easily become a way of life rather than a luxury.

 

10. Eat more whole foods

Making a deliberate effort to load your plate with more whole foods (such as vegetables, fruits, whole grains, legumes, nuts, seeds, tofu, and pure protein sources) and fewer processed foods is the easiest approach to start a healthy year. By establishing the habit of eating more whole foods, you can enjoy a lower rate of heart disease, cancer and type 2 diabetes.

 

All In All

Though most New Year’s goals are only kept for a short period, the healthy resolutions outlined above are long-term strategies for improving your physical and mental health. Developing a healthy connection with food and taking better care of your body and mind will have a significant impact on your overall health.

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Must-have Easy Snacks For Your Christmas Party

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Children enjoy the holiday season for many of the same reasons that adults do: the festive Christmas activities, the giving and receiving of presents, and the indulgence of Christmas snacks and other special Christmas-themed foods.

Snacks are excellent party starters; they give your children or adult visitors a taste of what’s to come.

Even if you don’t have any additional food to offer, snacks might be enough to satisfy and keep your visitors delighted.

So, whether you’re entertaining out-of-town friends or your kids when they’re home from school, everyone will happily nosh on these delectable snacks.

 

1. Chicken Nuggets

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Chicken nuggets are a favourite among children. Adults love this as a great snack as well.

Get these frozen chicken snacks from EB Foods, reheat, and serve warm with your favourite dipping sauces, if preferred.

This nutritious snack is prepared with chicken breast and wrapped in delicious crispy tempura batter, and it has all the crispiness and juiciness you need.

It’s the ideal complement to your favourite side dish or as a quick snack.

2. Crab Stick Rolls

crab stick roll

This crab stick roll will be the highlight of your Christmas party. It’s less time-consuming to prepare yet just as sweet, delicious, and filling.

To better enjoy the richness of the shellfish and mayonnaise, infuse the mayonnaise with lemon juice and zest for a citrus taste.

Because they complement the contents so well, you may top these buns with freshly prepared seasonal vegetable pickles (whatever is available at the market).

3. Fish Fingers

Fish Finger

Fish fingers are fun! EB Food fish fingers are crispy, tender, flaky, and tasty.

Premium fish strips are encrusted with bread crumbs and cooked to perfection. It’s crunchy on the outside, juicy, and tender on the inside.

The snack is popular with both adults and children. They can be served during your Christmas party with guests or enjoyed as a simple home dinner.

4. Cheese Fingers

Cheese Finger

Cheese fingers are a great finger food for kids and adults to enjoy at Christmas parties and outdoor picnics. The cheese filling within provides a gooey texture that everyone will like.

 

The crunchy coating provides a wonderful bite and then transports you to the incredible taste experience, where the melt combines so perfectly with the flowing cheese.

 

It’s as though a volcano is exploding inside your mouth. It’s the ideal snack for your Christmas party.

5. Chicken Rolls (Cheese)

Sossy Chicken Roll (Cheese)

Chicken Cheese Rolls have quickly become a household favourite, and deservedly so. Delicious cheeses and spices are rolled in soft chicken breasts to form a tasty, easy-to-prepare meal that everyone at your Christmas party will enjoy.

EB Food Chicken Rolls are available in three various flavours: original, cheese, and salted egg, all of which will tantalize your taste buds. Clean chopped chicken flesh wrapped in “Fuzhuk” bean curd skin, rich in natural spices and flavouring for the juiciest taste.

Christmas-themed Dishes for your Party

In the spirit of the season, EB Food hopes to thrill you with Christmas-themed party food. There are several Christmas-themed recipes accessible online, but many of them are time-consuming, complex, and costly to prepare.

As a result, we’ve created incredible recipes that can be prepared in minutes and won’t break the bank.

This Christmas season, wow your kids and visitors with one (or all) of the very simple (but yet tasty) party food ideas listed below.

a. Reindeer Burgers - Tempura Chicken Nuggets

Reindeer Burgers - Tempura Chicken Nuggets

Get in the spirit of the holidays and serve these adorable Christmas burgers in the likeness of tiny Rudolphs.

These Christmas Tempura Chicken Nugget Burgers are a hit with the kids and they are yummy.

The burgers are assembled using tomatoes for the nose, pretzels for the ears, mayonnaise and black olives for the eyes, lettuce, cheese, and chicken nuggets.

 

 

b. Christmas Bento - Crispy Fried Chicken Wonton

Christmas Bento - Crispy Fried Chicken Wonton

You can’t think of Christmas without thinking of wonderful Christmas-themed cuisine, such as this crispy fried chicken wonton. EB Food Crispy Fried Chicken Wontons is a delectable dish that is made with minced chicken, fragrant spices, and wonton wrappers.

This snack is a must-try dish on special occasions. The Christmas Bento is shaped like Santa and is served with lettuce, rice, tomatoes, eggs, cucumber, and fried chicken wontons. Try this simple recipe to wow your visitors!

c. Christmas Platters - Chicken Rolls & Tempura Chicken Nuggets

Christmas Platters - Chicken Rolls & Tempura Chicken Nuggets

The Christmas platter consists of an edible Christmas tree composed of chicken Rolls, tempura chicken nuggets, broccoli, carrots, tomatoes, and other ingredients.

These foods are ideal for sculpting into a tree shape since they come in a variety of shapes, colours, and sizes. With a couple of dips on the side, you’ve got a crowd-pleasing meal.

 

In a Nutshell

If spending long hours cooking a huge batch of snacks from homes isn’t your thing, EB Frozen Food offers these delectable frozen snacks. All you have to do is put them in the oven or air fryer to heat them.

Merry Christmas and Bon Appétit!

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We all have a favourite food that we reach for regularly. It could be chicken quesadillas, cheeseburgers, or simply crackers. However, if you’re like most people, chicken nuggets are probably among your favourite go-to snacks. 

Chicken nuggets are a tasty snack or appetizer that both kids and adults love. They’re popular on cafe menus because of their light, crisp skin and juicy, well-seasoned inside.

Chicken nuggets can also be purchased frozen, such as the EB Tempura Chicken Nugget, which is delicious, affordable and halal.

EB Tempura Chicken Nuggets are prepared with chicken breast and wrapped in a delicious crispy tempura batter. You can chew on this delectable snack at any time of the day to fill your stomach. 

Here’s why chicken nuggets are such a great snack.

1. Easy to Prepare

Meal prepping is the act of preparing meals ahead of time to last you for a while, generally a week.

It’s an excellent method for busy bees to enjoy nutritious, cooked meals while saving time and money.

However, what motivates you to meal prep? Meal preparation is commonly done for the following reasons:

  • To accomplish fitness objectives (gaining muscle, losing weight, or both)
  • To help you save money by allowing you to budget your meals
  • To save time and avoid having to worry about what to eat all of the time
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Knowing why you want to meal prep will make it simpler to commit to the practice in the long term. If your goal is to save time, ensure you have all the necessary ingredients available in your store or freezer, like these easy-to-cook meals from EB Frozen Food.

 

2. Versatility

Chicken nuggets can be eaten with rice, noodles and even spaghetti. Moreover, it can be eaten on its own with chilli sauce, tomato sauce, BBQ sauce, mustard, and more.

Need something to spice up your salad? Simply fry the chicken nuggets, chop them into tiny pieces and mix them with your salad to give it a meaty taste. Add on your favourite sauce and you are ready to go.

 

3. Convenient

Chicken nuggets are really easy and convenient to prepare. Ideal for people with a busy lifestyle. Need a quick lunch fix before an important meeting?

Chicken nuggets can give you the energy for a busy day since it contains chicken, a good source of protein, vitamin B6, B12, magnesium, phosphorus and zinc.

Additionally, chicken nuggets allow working mothers to prepare a simple breakfast, lunch or dinner for their kids within 10 minutes. 

 

4. The Best Party Snack

Think party, think finger foods. Yes, what is a party without finger foods, such as onion rings, sausages and nuggets? They are your number one finger-food choice for parties as they are easy to serve and easy to eat. 

Moreover, we know it’s the job of the party host to satisfy the palettes of every guest. Finger foods such as chicken nuggets are fancied by all, including kids.

 

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5. Keep You Full for Longer

Since chicken nuggets are a good source of protein, they keep you full for longer, helping you get through the day. Research shows that protein helps you feel more full longer.

All in all, chicken nuggets are delicious and satiating. So don’t wait, go grab your favourite chicken snack without the guilt.

The EB Tempura Chicken Nuggets of EB Frozen Food are made with chicken breast meat and coated with delightful crispy tempura batter for your enjoyment.

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10 Things to Remember Before Starting Your Meal Prep

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10 Things to Remember Before Starting Your Meal Prep

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Meal prepping is all about saving money, saving time, and making life simpler for you and your family.

You can accomplish it if you put aside one or two hours once a week. If you need a little boost of confidence to get started, here are ten things to keep in mind before starting your meal prep.

 

1. Know why you want to meal prep

Meal prepping is the act of preparing meals ahead of time to last you for a while, generally a week. It’s an excellent method for busy bees to enjoy nutritious, cooked meals while saving time and money.

However, what motivates you to meal prep? Meal preparation is commonly done for the following reasons:

  • To accomplish fitness objectives (gaining muscle, losing weight, or both)
  • To help you save money by allowing you to budget your meals
  • To save time and avoid having to worry about what to eat all of the time

Knowing why you want to meal prep will make it simpler to commit to the practice in the long term. If your goal is to save time, ensure you have all the necessary ingredients available in your store or freezer, like these easy-to-cook meals from EB Frozen Food.

 

2. Don’t try to meal prep for the whole week on your first try

Is the thought of cooking making your palms sweat? You should slow down. Begin by preparing only one or two days’ worth of food.

The first time is often the most difficult, but if you stick with it, you’ll soon be able to do it in your sleep. Remember to stock your freezer with easy-to-cook products from veggies to meat, which can be obtained from EB Frozen Food.

 

3. There is no guilt in using pre-cooked or pre-cut food

Who has time to make, marinade, and bake chicken from scratch?

If you’re pressed for time, opt for store-bought meats like the halal frozen chicken products from EB Frozen Food and pre-washed and pre-cut veggies.

Stocking up on these grocery goods saves you a lot of time in the kitchen.

 

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4. Not all meals need to be cooked

Preparing a meal does not imply that every single dish must be cooked in an oven or on a burner. A simple green salad for lunch or supper, or eating fruit as a snack, is still considered meal prepping.

Granola is also widely accessible and comes in a variety of tastes, so you’ve already solved your breakfast and snacking concerns.

 

5. Purchase high-quality airtight containers

Because meal prep entails keeping food for several days, the quality of your food containers is vital. You’ll need containers that are around the same size as your meals, as well as some smaller containers for snacks.

Expensive food containers are not your only option, but if your budget allows for it, you should go for high quality. Make sure they’re also microwave-safe and easy to clean.

 

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6. Make a list of the meals you wish to prepare

Organize your meal prep routine and timetable ahead of time to make your life easier. The first step is to try to figure out what your own goals are.

Look for meals that meet your daily caloric and nutritional needs whether you’re attempting to lose weight, build muscle, or save money.

Also, ask yourself, ‘How much time do I have to meal prep?’ and ‘Which items are easily accessible at my local supermarket?’ This will make it easy to create and keep to a food list on shopping day.

 

7. Simplicity is fundamental

Meal prep isn’t a competition; you don’t have to replicate the exquisite dishes you see on someone else’s Instagram feed. If you have the courage, time, and talent to cook restaurant-quality meals, then go ahead and show them off.

However, for those of us who can just manage the fundamentals, having minimal meal prep skills is not a reason to worry. It’s okay to stock your freezer with simple foods you can easily thaw and enjoy anytime like the frozen chicken snacks of EB Frozen Food.

 

8. You are not required to show it to anyone

Nobody sees your food plan if you don’t want to share it with them. You don’t have to be inventive or use expensive pens. You can store everything on your phone.  No one will ever know or criticize your happy little meal plan.

 

9. Have a day to shop and prep

Set a fixed date — preferably a weekend — to accomplish your grocery shopping and cooking to get your meal prep off to a good start.

Just don’t get too worked up over it.

Meal prep veterans typically recommend Sundays since you will have plenty of time to focus on meal prep without work or other duties getting in the way.

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10. Purchase a slow cooker

Slow cookers are ideal for those who are too impatient to stand by the stove and wait for their meal to finish cooking.

Slow cookers are quite simple to use: simply place all of the ingredients in the slow cooker pot and set the timer and temperature. With little to no work, you will have a steaming hot meal ready in a matter of hours. If this idea appeals to you, buying a slow cooker is a wise decision.

 

Blogs and YouTube can help you stay inspired

There are a plethora of fitness experts online that like providing fresh and intriguing meal prep ideas.

If you have certain dietary restrictions, you can also discover YouTubers that focus completely on specific diets like vegan, gluten-free, ketogenic, and many more – so no matter what sort of diet you follow, you will be able to find foods that are suitable for you.

 

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In a Nutshell

If you’re new to meal planning, don’t go overboard with highly complex dishes that you’ll eventually abandon in favour of something easier.

Build some simple menu alternatives into your week and, if necessary, adjust appropriately. Shop for your ingredients from your favourite frozen food supplier to ensure that you have everything you need.

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Dumplings vs. Wontons: What is the Difference?

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Wontons and dumplings are delectable delicacies that are famous throughout China and Asia.

The difference between a dumpling and a wonton is that a dumpling is made of dough that either contains ingredients or has a filling, but a wonton is a traditional Chinese dumpling that typically has stuffings like meat (chicken wonton) or seafood (shrimp wonton), and veggies.

The main difference between dumplings and wontons are as follows:

  • Dumpling wrappers are much thicker than Wonton wrappers.
  • In Chinese cuisine, there are many distinct varieties of dumplings, and a wonton is one of them.
  • Wontons are often filled with meats, pork, or vegetables, however, dumplings can be eaten with or without a filling across the world.
  • Dumplings are served with a dipping sauce because their filling is usually mildly seasoned, but wontons are served without one since their filling is usually fully seasoned.
  • Dumplings are typically circular, but wontons can be triangular, rectangular, or even square in form.

Dumplings

Dumplings become increasingly popular during the Chinese New Year.

They are an essential part of each New Year’s celebration as a sign of family happiness.

Although they are popular around the New Year, they can also be eaten as a lunch or dinner at any other time of the year.

Due to a lack of time or the intricacy needed, not everyone, particularly working adults, have time to prepare a range of dim sum.

Nonetheless, you can still enjoy this delicious meal with EB frozen dim sum series without having to worry about cooking time.

Once unpacked, EB frozen dim sum takes only a few minutes to steam or boil before they’re ready to eat!

Dumplings can be enjoyed in different ways: cooked, steamed, or fried.

 

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1. Boiled Dumplings

Boiled dumplings are a great substitute for noodles and rice. It’s week-round comfort food.

They come out with a burst of flavours if you know how to cook them, making them delectable.

You can also purchase readymade dumplings if you don’t know how to cook them or don’t have the time.

 

 

2. Steamed Dumplings

The boiled dumplings are more difficult to cook than steamed ones.

This might be because the dough is easier to roll here. It is, in fact, a light and nutritious type of dumpling.

Many people in China eat them for breakfast, but they can be eaten at any time of day.

 

 

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3. Fried Dumplings

Fried dumplings are usually heavier than the steamed and boiled ones.

They’re also good as appetizers and comfort meals.

Although these dumplings are referred to as “fried,” they are cooked in two stages: first, they are fried in oil on one side in a very hot wok, then steamed in the same wok by adding water and covering it.

After steaming for a few minutes, the dumplings have a crispy bottom, soft top, and tender filling.

 

 

Wontons

Wontons are generally deep-fried or served with soup.

They can be shaped into various forms and prepared in several ways, such as steamed, boiled, or fried.

People in Asia and other parts of the world like wontons with a variety of ingredients, such as the EB Frozen Foods shrimp wonton with mushroom seasoning and EB shrimp wonton with mala sauce.

 

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mala shrimp wonton

The EB Frozen Foods shrimp wonton with mushroom seasoning is made with delicious whole shrimp and wrapped in wonton dough.

It comes with a packet of specially prepared mushroom seasoning. It’s tender and juicy in the mouth.

The shrimp wonton with mala sauce, on the other hand, is also made with juicy whole shrimp and wonton dough.

You’ll be immersed in a hot and numbing feeling when you spoon over the ready-made hot Mala sauce.

Both the EB Shrimp Wontons are an excellent way to make dinner on busy weeknights.

They are incredibly convenient and very easy to prepare.

Either boil them in water or soup. For quicker preparation, you can even microwave them according to the package instructions. 

Want to try a more indulgent fried wonton instead? Give our EB Crispy Fried Chicken Wonton a whirl.

The crunchy outside layer along with the juicy filling will help elevate any noodle dish.

You can even have them as a snack!

 

 

In a Nutshell

The primary difference between dumplings and wontons is that wontons are always filled with a meat or vegetable filling, whereas dumplings can be filled or the ingredients can be mixed with the dough and formed into balls. 

For working adults and even full-time homemakers who are too busy to make dumplings or wontons on their own, they can still enjoy these yummylicious little but filling food. 

Simply opt for EB Frozen Food Dim Sum for 100% hassle-free cooking. 

For a selection of dumplings and wontons, including frozen dim sum (halal), shrimp wontons and chicken wontons, feel free to visit EB Frozen Food website. 

For more information, feel free to get in touch with us.

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Malaysia has a long history as a melting pot of cultures. It’s no surprise, then, that Malaysian cuisine is an eclectic mix of flavours and traditions. Malaysian dishes are as bright and vibrant as the nation itself, bursting with flavour.
In this post, we are pleased to present to you five classic Malaysian dishes you can make at home. Let’s get started!

1. Tiger Prawn Rolls

EB Tiger Prawn Roll is one of the favourite fried dim sums among Malaysians. Dim sums are art in Chinese cuisine, and it’s not easy to make. Luckily, EB Tiger Prawn Roll which comes in the form of ready-to-cook packets can save all the hassle so that you can enjoy this delicious dish in just 10 minutes. It is made of big chunk quality giant tiger prawn meat that is fresh, tender and juicy, all wrapped inside an outer skin specially made by Non-GMO soy bean from Canada. Delicious as a teatime snack or as part of your weekend dim sum breakfast at home!

To get started, simply unwrap EB Tiger Prawn Roll. Next, you can choose to either air fry or deep fry them according to package instructions and your preferences.

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2. Shrimp Wonton Soup

Thanks to EB frozen shrimp wontons, these quick and easy wonton soups are extremely simple, filled with vegetables, and ready in under 15 minutes

Wonton Soup

With a basic broth prepared from ginger, sesame, soy, and ginger, as well as well-seasoned wontons, the wonton noodle soup will keep your body warm during a cold day.

Shrimp Wonton

Shrimp Wonton Soup

Warm and comforting, this shrimp wonton soup is the perfect comfort food, anytime of the week.
Prep Time 45 mins
Course Main Course, Soup
Cuisine Chinese

Ingredients
  

  • 1 pkt EB Shrimp Wonton with Mushroom Seasoning
  • 4 slice ginger
  • 2 clove crushed garlic
  • 2 stalks green onion
  • 2 tbsp fish sauce
  • 3 fresh shiitake mushroom
  • 5 cup chicken stock
  • 2 tbsp soy sauce
  • 2-4 bok choy or 4 oz. of any veggies you like
  • 2 egg noodles pre-cooked, dried, or fresh ones

Instructions
 

  • In a medium-wide saucepan, combine the ginger, garlic, green onions, shiitake mushrooms, and chicken stock (for 2 portions). Boil for 5 to 10 minutes, lower to medium-low heat, and simmer for another 5 to 10 minutes.
  • Cut the bok choy into quarters as you wait. Set aside the shiitake mushrooms after slicing them.
  • Season the soup with soy sauce and fish sauce. You can opt to add only one of them if you like.
  • Blanch the egg noodles individually in boiling water if you're preparing a large quantity or if your egg noodles are dried or fresh with a lot of starch.
  • Cook the egg noodles in the soup for 1 minute after blanching them in boiling water. After removing from the soup, place in a serving bowl.
  • Cook the bok choy, shiitake mushrooms, or other vegetables in the broth for 2 to 3 minutes or until desired tenderness is achieved.
  • If necessary, season the soup with salt and pepper.
  • Cook the EB Shrimp Wonton as per package instructions and add them to the broth. Add 5 wontons per serving to the soup.
  • Pour the soup over the cooked noodles and veggies, and savour it!

Notes

Shrimp Wonton Packaging
Keyword Shrimp Wonton

3. Mala Wonton Noodles

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With springy egg noodles and delicious sauce, the Mala Wonton Noodle is a great dish to have in your repertoire. When you follow this recipe, the homemade wonton noodles (wonton mee) will taste like it’s from the finest restaurants or a famous hawker store. Moreover, if you love spicy food, the flaming Mala Wonton Noodles is sure to satisfy your taste buds.

Mala Wonton Noodles are easy to prepare. You can choose to boil or microwave it. 

Shrimp Wonton Mala

Mala Wonton Noodles

The spicy and numbing broth along with juicy shrimp wontons are a great on cold days.
Prep Time 19 mins
Course Main Course
Cuisine Chinese

Ingredients
  

Instructions
 

  • Add EB shrimp wontons into boiling water and cook for 4-5 minutes. Drain the boiling water.
  • If you wish to microwave it, add 500ml of water and 12 pieces of frozen EB shrimp wonton into a microwavable bowl then microwave for 4-5 minutes. Kindly note that the time needed may vary with different microwaves.
  • Soak the sachet of mala sauce in warm water to defrost for 1 minute.
  • Start preparing the noodles by blanching them in hot water for 2 minutes. Then drain it under cold running tap. Blanch them back in the hot water for 5 seconds to warm through. This will ensure that you have a bouncy texture on your noodle.
  • When the noodles are ready, place EB shrimp wonton on top of the noodles. Tear the sachet of mala sauce and pour onto the noodles and EB shrimp wonton. Mix well.
  • Flaming hot Mala Wonton Noodle is ready to be served.

Notes

mala shrimp wonton
Keyword mala wonton

4. Nasi Lemak with EB Tempura Chicken Nuggets

Fried chicken nuggets are a popular snack in Malaysia.  Their bite-sized form and crisp coating appeal to both adults and children. It can be served as an appetizer or as a side dish. In this recipe, our new EB Tempura Chicken Nugget will be served as a side dish for Nasi Lemak.

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Nasi Lemak with EB Tempura Chicken Nuggets

The iconic Malaysian dish gets a
Prep Time 20 mins
Cook Time 1 hr
Course Main Course
Cuisine Malaysian

Ingredients
  

Coconut milksteamed rice

  • 2 cups rice
  • 3 screwpine leaves, tie them into a knot
  • 1 can coconut milk(5.6 oz. / 150 ml-180 ml)
  • salt to taste
  • Some water

SambalIkan Bilis (Dried Anchovies Sambal)

  • 1/2 red onion
  • 1 cup ikan bilis / dried anchovies
  • 1 clove garlic
  • 4 shallots
  • 10 dried chillies
  • 1 tsp belacan, prawn paste
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 1 tbsp sugar

Other ingredients

  • 1 pkt EB Tempura Chicken Nuggets
  • 2 hard-boiled eggs cut into half
  • 1 small cucumber cut into slices, and then quartered

Instructions
 

Coconut milk steamed rice

  • Rinse and drain your rice like you would cook rice. Combine the coconut oil milk, a sprinkle of salt, and a splash of water in a mixing bowl. Cook your rice with the pandan leaves added in.

Sambal Ikan Bilis (Dried Anchovies Sambal)

  • Drain the water after rinsing the dried anchovies. Fry the anchovies until lightly brown, then set them aside.
  • Pound the prawn paste with shallots, garlic, and deseeded dry chillies using a mortar and pestle. You may also use a food processor to ground them.
  • The red onion should be sliced into rings. Soak the tamarind pulp for 15 minutes in water. Constantly squeeze the tamarind to extract the flavour into the water. Save the tamarind juice after draining the pulp.
  • In a skillet, heat some oil and cook the spice paste until aromatic. Add the onion rings to the mix. Stir in the ikan bilis well. Combine the tamarind juice, salt, and sugar in a mixing bowl. Simmer, occasionally stirring, until the gravy thickens. Set aside.

Other ingredients

  • Air Fry EB chicken nuggets at 200c for 7 minutes. Or deep fry at 170c for 3-4 minutes until golden brown. Set aside.
  • Cut the cucumber into slices.
  • Serve the steamed coconut milk rice with a dollop of sambal ikan bilis on top, fried chicken nuggets, cucumber slices, hard-boiled eggs, and fried fish.
Keyword Tempura Chicken Nuggets

5. Cheesy Chicken Roll

EB Cheesy Chicken Rolls are seasoned, diced chicken meat wrapped with “Fuzhuk” bean curd skin. It’s packed with natural spices and flavours for the most succulent bite. They come in three unique flavours: original, cheese, and salted egg, all of which will pique your interest. EB Cheesy Chicken Rolls are great with curry mee! 

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curry mee

Curry Mee with EB Cheesy Chicken Rolls

A bowl of hot and spicy broth, springy noodles and crunchy chicken roll makes this a perfectly indulgent meal.
Prep Time 20 mins
Cook Time 45 mins
Course Main Course, Soup
Cuisine Chinese, Malaysian

Ingredients
  

  • 1 pkt EB Cheesy Chicken Rolls to serve
  • 2 tbsp vegetable oil
  • 2 tbsp Thai red curry paste
  • 1 tbsp curry powder
  • 1/2 tsp turmeric 
  • 4 chicken thigh fillets
  • 2 cups coconut milk
  • 6 cups chicken stock
  • 1 lemongrass stalk bruised
  • 3 tbsp fish sauce
  • 1 tsp sugar
  • 400g cooked noodles
  • bean shoots to serve
  • coriander leaves to serve
  • lime wedges to serve

Instructions
 

  • In a wok or large saucepan, heat the oil over medium-high heat. Combine the curry paste, curry powder, and turmeric in a mixing bowl.
  • Cook for a minute, stirring constantly, or until aromatic. Cook for 2 to 3 minutes after adding the chicken thigh fillets. Combine the coconut milk and chicken stock in a mixing bowl. Simmer for 15 minutes after adding the lemongrass.
  • Stir in the fish sauce and sugar, and season with salt and pepper to taste. Using a chopping board, slice or shred the chicken fillets.
  • Divide the noodles into serving dishes to serve. Add the chicken on top. Combine the bean sprouts and coriander leaves in a bowl.
  • Next is cooking the EB Cheesy Chicken Rolls. You can choose to either deep-fry, air-fry or pan-fry them according to your preferences. Choose one of the methods below that is convenient for you.
    Air-fry: start by defrosting EB Cheesy Chicken Rollsin the microwave for 3-4 minutes. Then, air fry for 2-3 minutes at180⁰C.
    Deep-fry: deep fry EB Cheesy Chicken Rolls at 160⁰C for 6-8 minutes.
    Pan-fry: defrost EB Cheesy Chicken Rolls at room temperature for 1 hour. Panfry at medium heat until golden brown.
  • Lastly, serve curry mee with a lime wedge on the side and EB Cheesy Chicken Rolls.

Notes

Crispy Fried Chicken Wonton
Keyword Cheese Chicken Rolls

In a Nutshell

While you could have an authentic experience of these classic cuisines in Malaysian restaurants, you can still make them at home for lunch or dinner to enjoy with your family. For easy and hassle-free cooking, feel free to make use of EB Food’s fresh and versatile products such as the above mentioned. EB Food’s products are available online and at all major supermarkets in Malaysia. For more information, feel free to get in touch with us.
Happy cooking!

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Tempura Chicken Nugget

Made with chicken breast meat and coated with delightful crispy tempura batter, comes
with all the crispiness & juiciness you need! It serves as a perfect complement to your favourite sides or as a snack on the go!

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Shrimp Wonton with Mushroom Seasoning

Filling with juicy whole shrimp and wrapped in signature wonton pastry. It comes together with special made mushroom seasoning sachet. Tenderness & Juicy guaranteed!

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Kyoto Yuba

Rich in soy aroma which brings out the authentic taste of Japanese cuisine. Made with carefully-selected Non-GMO soybean which is nutrient-dense. Limitless culinary possibility, suitable to pair with any dishes or just eating it plain! Soaking is not required, easy and convenient!
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Golden Crispy Prawn Cake

Made by premium crispy breadcrumbs and filled with chunk of fresh prawn meat which resulted in a taste of deeply layered flavors. Having one bite brings you a multitude of texture experience.
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Steamboat 5 in 1

Deliciously convenient fantastic steamboat combination. Come with Cheese Tofu, Fish Sandwich, Seafood Tofu, Fish Ball,and Seafood Beancurd Roll, 5 types of popular premium quality steamboat dishes for you to have all at once!
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Shishamo

Specially made with Itoyori fish meat and full of smoothness fish roes! Taste flavourful and springy especially serve with steamboat.
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Seafood Tofu

The tofu comes with smoothness and a springy texture that further enhanced by seafood flavor. An ideal choice as a steamboat side.
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Chicken Roll
(Salted Egg)

Clean diced chicken meat that wraps with “Fuzhuk” bean curd skin, riches with natural spices and flavouring that bring you the juiciest bite.

Come in 3 distinctive flavours: original, cheese and salted egg that will definitely stimulate your taste buds.

Sossy Series Cheese

Chicken Roll (Cheese)

Clean diced chicken meat that wrap with “Fuzhuk” bean curd skin, riches with natural spices and flavouring that bring you the juiciest bite. Come in 3 distinctive flavors: original, cheese and salted egg that will definitely stimulate your taste buds.
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Crispy Fried Chicken Wonton

Tender wrappers stuffed with premium chicken meat, simply deep fried to crispy golden brown perfection. Crispy and crunchy bring every bite irresistibly delicious.
Sossy Series Original

Chicken Roll (Original)

Clean diced chicken meat that wrap with “Fuzhuk” bean curd skin, riches with natural spices and flavouring that bring you the juiciest bite. Come in 3 distinctive flavors: original, cheese and salted egg that will definitely stimulate your taste buds.
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Cheese Finger

The cheese filling inside will simply melt within your mouth and the crispy coat give you an amazing bite. It’s a perfect appetizer for parties or great as snacks!
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Fish Finger

Crispy golden breadcrumb filled with premium fish meat. Super crispy from outside and juicy soft from inside. An easy yet delicious finger food that empty plates guaranteed!
Fish Chip 500g

Fish Chip

Made by quality fish meat and premium breadcrumbs, tastes crispy and delicious! It can be deep-fried, baked in the oven or grilled!
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Tiger Prawn Roll

Outer skin specially made by Non-GMO soy bean from Canada and generously filled with big chunk of quality giant tiger prawn meat. Full of crispiness and aromatic flavour.