Chicken Floss

If you are asian you probably know what chicken floss is. Floss is made from pork, beef, chicken, or even fish meat. To keep foods for a long time and convenient to carry , people often processed them into dried form. Who else here loves chicken floss? It is great for any diet, as it is dry and soft and easy to digest. Making spicy chicken floss involves no special techniques but takes much time. Try this recipe and you will love it!


To begin with this recipe, we must first prepare a few components.

  • Chicken meat
  • Cashew oil
  • Salt, cooking oil

1. Boil chicken
Wash the chicken several times..Both children and adults love this authentic product. There are many people who usually buy them at the supermarket but I prefer to make them by myself. Boil enough water in a pot to fully submerge the chicken, and cook until it has turned white. It is recommended to add lemongrass and ginger to boil with the chicken so that the chicken is fragrant and attractive. Then strain the chicken.
2. Stir-fry chicken with cashew oil
Use a pestle to smash the meat and shred it off by hand, tear the pieces as thinly as you can. In a non-stick pan, brush a thin layer of oil, pour the floss chicken. Add cashew oil, salt to the dish and stir fry until as dry and crispy as possible.
You can use a pestle and mortar to pound until the chicken is fluffy.
Chicken floss is ideal with rice, bread and porridge or egg rolls and as a topping for baked buns. After cooling, pour the chicken floss into the bottle and seal it and keep it on it.


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