The first time when I saw Phong Hong’s post on Kay Hong (Terengganu Braised Chicken) at Terengganu Food Fest 2012 , I told myself I must try this dish. Too bad, I only tried last week and unfortunately without the pork belly as I have forgotten that day happened to be ‘No Pork’ day at the wet market. So, I just made do with just the chicken. On the other hand, I think this dish is also suitable for those who don’t take pork.
The purple sweet potato:
The purple sweet potato, the latest food item presented to the general public as a potential superfood. The potato’s colouring contained the chemical anthocyanin, which is known to lower the risk of cancer and could even possibly slow down certain types of the disease. The colour is the important part because the purple colour is responsible for the amount of anthocyanin in the potato.
This is the best dish and loved by all; adults and children during our Mid-autumn festival family gathering! The gravy is especially yummy yummy! I can just eat the rice with the gravy alone! Thanks Cindy for your recipe. I have modified the recipe according to our taste.
My nieces and my children like this dish very much during our Mid-autumn family gathering. It is easy to prepare.
A very simple mixed vegetables dish for our recent Mid-autumn family gathering.