Monday, July 14, 2014

Fried chicken with Scott calorie light premium towel

Not too long ago I received 2 rolls of Scott premium towel. 

I am sure this brand is not unfamiliar to many of us. Their kitchen towels have been in the market for years and the quality is superior!

This kitchen towel is enhanced with the new Fiber-Tech technology and thus offer superior oil absorbency to reduce calorie intake from fat by up to 25%

The material is thick!
You know most Malaysian loves oily food and in fact I think we are so used to cook and eat this way. But we also know too much oily food is no good, and the use of Scott premium towel can help in reducing calories in everyday foods!

Yep, I tried the towel with a simple fried chicken recipe the other day.

Oil bubbling up~ I used just minimum amount of oil ;)

I placed a piece of towel on a plate and then put the fried drumsticks on top... 

.. and I could how the towel absorbed the excess oil from the drumsticks!  :0

That's the test result according to them, impressive!

Mayonnaise or chili sauce go well with the fried drumsticks~ This is a great afternoon snack with a can of Tiger beer while watching the World Cup replay on Astro ;))
Now I can enjoy eating my favorite food without needing to worry too much about the calories! :D


Scott calorie light premium towel is available at major supermarkets, hypermarkets, minimarkets and provision stores nationwide at the recommended retail price of RM 6.20 for 2-roll, and RM 14.90 for 6-roll packes (West Malaysia).
RM 6.80 for 2-roll and RM 16.40 for 6-roll packs (East Malaysia).

62 comments:

  1. I always buy the Kitchen Towels by a dozen each time. I am also particular with their absorbent quality but never tried Scott's. Since you said it is good, then I must buy this brand when replenish the next stock.

    I like the colour of your Ayam Goreng Hayley's!!! I could smell it from my PC! Yummy!

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    1. Yea, you can try this Scott brand next time, nice!

      Haha thank you! That fried chicken powder is nice, very convenient too!

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  2. I loves this brand, i'm using their toilet paper...

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  3. TM smells from his PC, im smelling from Singapore, hehe...

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    1. Haha, you guys punya PC so geng!

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  4. Wah not bad wor...fried chicken drummets

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  5. Oohhh la la, I love fried chicken drummets, hehehehe.. Good to munch in front of the TV, like you said.. But I don't deep fry, coz I live in a condo, small place, the whole place will stink and become stuffy !!

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    1. Oh I know what you mean! My mum's place also small, even on the smoke extractor thing also no use..

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  6. Hello from Bintulu! I use Scotts' kitchen towel all the time...and the toilet roll too! Gotta look out for this one...

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  7. Oohh..sedapynya fried chicken. my kids favorite but I don't cook them at home.hehhe

    This is the trusted brand of tissues I have at home too.

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  8. 我通常炸东西也是这样去油。

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  9. I like Scott brand paper towels.To me it is the best. Must try this one for the oil absorbency. Wah...fried chicken drummets! I like it dipped in chilli sauce. Sit in front of TV and eat lagi syiok!

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  10. 我煎东西的时候也是用这个去油的~
    可是还是很少用因为就尽量不煎不炸,怕之后还要清厨房的工作嘛~

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    1. 嗯,也对啦,会很油腻。。不过有时想吃也是没办法,哈哈!

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  11. 我吃煎炸东西的时候都完全忘记了卡路里这回事的xD

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    1. 哈哈有时我也会酱。。:p

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  12. 我是跟了我家婆才有用吸油纸,我以前觉得好浪费哦。我家婆有时用吸油纸包东西,或擦桌子的水,很不环保>.<

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    1. 我也是因为嫁了进来才多用这个,呵呵~
      哦,那么真的很不环保~

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  13. I'm more attracted with your fried chick than the kitchen towel, haha...

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  14. 我也这样去油的,很简单 ^^
    不过我不敢炸东西,很怕油喷

    炸鸡炸鸡,看起来很好吃!

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    1. 我也很怕,不过煎炸的食物又很好吃噢~ ;P

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  15. Your fried chicken drumlets are so nice - golden brown evenly. Must be very tasty. I will buy this towel for my mother when she fries food. Thanks for recommending it.

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    1. Thanks mun, they did taste good!

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  16. wah yours looks so nice leh..... how you fry till the color so even leh

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    1. Even meh? Erm just turn them over on and off....

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  17. I think a certain fried chicken fast food chain also cannot compete with your fried chicken.

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    1. LOL got so 'kua cheong' meh? :p Anyway thanks!

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  18. aiyoh, what happen today?? i saw two bloggers blogged about pandan chiffon cake in a day.. and then now, i see the second blogger blogging about this Scott kitchen tower and fried chicken in a day!! hahaha.. International Fried Chicken with Scott Tower Day ke?? hehehehehe~~ :D

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    1. yeah.. it's actually a good idea to get rid of excessive oil from the food lah.. if not using this kitchen tower, we may not be able to see how much oil has trapped inside the food.. with the oil absorbed by the towel, only we got shocked seeing the oil stain..

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    2. wah, not bad hor?? reduced calories by 25% from the excessive oil.. i am actually thinking, maybe not only fried chicken lah, other things like roti canai ah, pisang goreng ah etc etc, also can use the kitchen tower to absorb excessive oil.. haha!! but then that would probably lead to a situation where the mamak boss wanna scold you lah, haha!!

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    3. BTW putting the kitchen towel thing aside.. your fried chicken really looks good woh.. i prefer this type with just a thin layer of flour (or none at all) over those with thick batter lor, cos those with thick batter are even oilier and i think need to use three pieces of Scott kitchen towel to get rid of the excessive oil leh~~ hehe!! :p

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    4. Haha really? Everything also got '2'? xD
      International Fried Chicken with Scott Tower Day ?? LOL!

      Yes, it's indeed important, simple step like that can helps reduce eating too much calories.

      Yes you are right! can use with other fried stuff as well.

      Correct, we are actually eating the chicken not the layer of the flour/powder, so we only need to use minimum amount of the flour enough.

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  19. Thought Bananaz commented wrong blog but there is two same entries today haha. Yummy..

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  20. Now only you said ....Too late. World Cup over. ..sobs sobs.

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  21. I always use the kitchen towel for my fried stuff too.

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  22. That looks super yummers!!

    jen at www.JensLifestyle.com

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    1. I have trouble commenting at your blog Jen, my comment seems to disappear after I clicked Submit!

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    2. Let me see if I can do anything to fix it!

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    3. Hey Hayley!

      I'm not sure if it works now - I did some wordpress updates and stuff. =/

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  23. Yummy fried chicken! I can have it anytime!

    I also use Scott kitchen paper but not this enhanced type.

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    1. Well may be you can try this one...

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  24. I am more interested in the yummy chicken wings!! hahahaa.. Ok, I agree with you.. those are "oil suckers"... hahahaa.. every kitchen should have...

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  25. I always use kitchen towel to absorb excess oil too. My friends don't need to do that as they now use airfryer which I don't have... >_<

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    1. But kitchen towel is good enough also la..

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  26. I love the convenience of these kitchen towels. To absorb oil or even to have a quick cleanup in the kitchen!

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