An invigorating chicken roulade with sautéed mushrooms and potato puree in coriander jus
This main packs in a punchy 38g of protein, equivalent to 5.5 eggs. Having enough protein can play a big part in supporting the body's recovery from treatment.
|Chicken thigh (boneless, with skin)||10 pcs (200g/pc)|
|Lemongrass (bruised / cut short)||5 stalks (20g/stalk)|
|Hon-shimeiji mushrooms (dark)||3 packs (150g/pack)|
|Hon-shimeiji mushrooms (white)||3 packs (150g/pack)|
|Whole garlic (no skin)||30 pcs|
|Light soy sauce||120ml|
|Dark soy sauce||50ml|
|Spring onions (chopped)|
|Thai green curry paste||30g|
|Brown chicken jus||1 litre|
|Thai basil leaf||10g|
Marinate the chicken thigh with the seasoning listed overnight, or at least 4 hours.
Roll the chicken thighs in plastic wrap and tie a knot at both ends.
Then roll into aluminium foil to secure the shape.
Steam for 45 minutes, let it cool and remove both aluminium foil and plastic wrap.
Brush with oil.
Preheat oven to 200°C. Roast chicken for 15 minutes till cooked.
Trim off the top and bottom portions of the chicken roulade.
Deep fry garlic with oil until brown and set aside.
Sauté both mushrooms in a wok or pan till fragrant and add in garlic. Adjust to taste with a bit of salt and sugar. Corn starch may be added to thicken sauce.
Bring chicken soup to a boil together with coriander leaves.
Add in green curry paste, followed by salt and sugar to season.
Dish mashed potatoes onto the middle of plate and add hon-shimeiji mushrooms. Place the chicken roulade in the middle and pour over coriander jus.
Garnish with spring onion, coriander and crispy shallots.
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