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Lime Chicken Rice Bowls

Posted on 18 Nov, 2021
Lime Chicken Rice Bowls

Prep time: Overnight

Cook Time: 20 min

Total Time: N/A

Serves: 4

Make a few slashes across the underside of each piece of chicken (ie: the flesh side), taking care not to cut into the skin. These slashes will allow your chicken to cook quickly and evenly.

Marinate the prepared chicken with all the ingredients in a bowl or sealed ziplock bag.

Leave overnight.

When ready to cook, take out the chicken from the fridge and place on your benchtop.

Cook your rice.

Cook your edamame according to packet instructions.

Dress the salad.

Have your rice bowl ready for assembly.

Cook your Chicken:

Heat a large fry pan or cast iron skillet.

Add 1 Tbsp Olive oil.

Add chicken pieces, skin side down.

Be sure to leave behind the marinade as you want your pan/skillet to be as dry as possible.

Also do not over crowd your pan or your chicken will stew.

Adjust your heat to medium-high or medium if your pan is too hot.

Using your tongs, press down on each piece of chicken to ensure contact on the pan/skillet. Most of the cooking will be done with the skin side down.

You will know your chicken is ready to flip when the skin is nicely caramelised and the sides of each piece have turned opaque. The top surface of each piece of chicken (ie the flesh side) should look like it is also turning opaque.

Flip each piece of chicken over to finish cooking.

This will not take long. Check by turning a piece over. It should be completely opaque.

Turn off the heat and leave the chicken in the pan while you assemble your bowls.

To assemble to each bowl:

Place rice in one half of each bowl.

Place dressed salad leaves in the other half of the bowl.

Place sliced avocado in one corner on the bed of rice.

Season with furikake.

Scatter edamame beans however you like in your bowl.

Now remove the cooked chicken from the pan onto a clean chopping board.

Slice each piece then evenly distribute amongst the prepared bowls.

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Chicken Sticky Rice

Posted on 01 Dec, 2020
Chicken Sticky Rice

Prep time: 20 minutes

Cook Time: 40 minutes

Total Time: 1 hour

Serves: 4

1. Wash glutinous rice and soak at least 2 hours before cooking.                                     

2. Finely chop garlic and 1 clove of eschalot. Thinly slice the rest of eschalot and shallot and set aside.                                    

3. In a medium bowl, add chicken, 1 teaspoon of garlic, 1 teaspoon of sliced eschalot, cooking wine, five spice powder, fish sauce and 1 tbsp oyster sauce, sesame oil and 1/2 tbsp sugar. Mix well to combine and let it marinade for 1 hour.

4. Take glutinous rice out and drain well. Add glutinous rice to steamer on medium high heat, add salt and stir evenly. Steam for about 10 minutes. When it turns soft and sticky, add coconut cream into sticky rice and stir evenly to combine and cook for another 5 minutes. Make sure glutinous rice is not too mushy or too dry.

5. (Fried Eschalot) In a saucepan on medium heat, add 1/2 tbsp of oil. Once the oil is heated, add sliced eschalot and fry it. When eschalot turns golden brown, turn off the heat and set aside.                                                                            

6. (Shallot Oil) In a saucepan on medium heat, add the remaning oil. Once the oil is heated, add shallot in and quickly stir for 15 seconds and then add a pinch of salt and pepper. Turn off the heat and set aside.

7. (Sauce) In a small pan on medium heat, add oil, the remaning garlic, chopped eschalot and fry until fragrant. Add soysauce, chilli sauce, oyster sauce, sugar, chicken powder and mix well to combine. Turn off the heat and aside.           

8. Turn oven on 180 degree, grill the chicken for 30 minutes.                                    

9. Remove chicken from the oven and rest it. Then cut chicken into small pieces.

10. Place sticky rice on a plate. Place pate, shallot oil, sauce, fried eschalot and chicken on the top.                                     
 

Chicken Curry

Posted on 24 Nov, 2020
Chicken Curry

Prep time: 30 minutes

Cook Time: 40 minutes

Total Time: 1 hour and 10 minutes

Serves: 4 - 6

1. Slice off the bottom root of the lemongrass stalk and peel off any dried-out leaves and layers. Then cut 4 of the lemongrass into 12cm batons, smashing it under the side of a cleaver or knife to release the flavour. For easy removal from a pot of hot liquid, tie the stalks into a knot and set aside. Cut the remaining lemongrass thinly and place in food processor machine to be grated.               

2. Finely chop garlic, eschalot. Peel ginger and cut into 2cm medallions and smash it to release its flavour. Peel and cut carrots, potatoes, sweet potato into 1 inch chunks. Thinly slice onions and set aside.

3. Cut chicken into large 3cm chunks. 

4. In a large bowl, add chicken, 1 tsp lemongrass grated, 1 tsp of eschalot, 1 tsp garlic, 1 tsp salt, 1 tbsp fish sauce and 1 tbsp curry powder. Let it marinade for at least 1 hour.

5. In a large pot on medium high heat, add oil and remaining garlic, lemongrass grated and eschalot . Fry until fragrant. Add curry paste and stir for 20 seconds. 

6. Add the marinated chicken to the pot and combine well. Add ginger, lemongrass, water, coconut juice, sugar, curry leaves and the remaining fish sauce. Bring to boil then reduce the heat to medium low, cover pot with a lid and simmer for 1/2 hour. Season with salt and chicken seasoning powder.

7. Add carrots first then add potatoes and sweet potatoes in the soup. Continue to simmer until potatoes are cooked.  

8. Add coconut cream and sliced onion into the soup and turn off the heat. 

9. Serve with bread.