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Wednesday, March 31, 2004

Claypot Chicken Rice(but made in the rice-cooker)

The husband will be back pretty late today.With no extra pair of hands to help with the washing and prep work, i made another easy one dish meal.I discovered how much i didn't enjoy eating alone:p

Cooked in the rice-cooker


Placed in a bowl.You can sprinkle some spring onions if you like.(off topic: cute asian spoon eh?I bought it at a huge oriental supermarket downtown.They have a fairly good selection of asian tableware but most of them are rather expensive expecially the elegant korean ones.I'll greatly appreciate any suggestions on where to get reasonably-priced cutlery/tableware)


I marinated the chicken (chopped to smaller pieces) with white pepper, salt, light soy sauce, dark soy sauce, sesame oil, oyster sauce, chinese cooking wine and 5 spice powder.Leave aside for a good half hour or more then mix the chicken with washed rice.Stir well.Add sliced ginger and mixed vegetables.Stir.I guess the tricky part would be the amount of liquid.Add just enough chicken broth to cover the chicken & rice.Plug in the cooker and within minutes you'll have your claypot chicken rice:)


min fumbled with chopsticks @ 2:16 PM | 0 has delicate hands