Chinese-Style Chicken Curry. This is an excellent Chinese-Style chicken curry recipe.
The curry is packed with aromatic flavoring from dried chilies, lemongrass, galangal, shallots, tumeric, and garlic. It's not too spicy and is perfect with just some steamed rice. Yummy comfort food. Chinese-Style Chicken Curry Ingredients 2 Pcs (about 420g) Chicken Breast (skinless), cut into chunks 2 to 3 Pcs (about 380 g) Chicken Drumsticks, cut into 3 pcs 6 Yellow Flesh Potatoes, boiled, peeled, and cut into chunks 400 ml Coconut Milk, divided into 2 portion 3 Cups (750 ml) Water Sea Salt to taste Oil for cooking Spice Paste 25 g Dried Chilies, cut into ½ inch in length and soaked in hot water, drained 6 (100 g) Fresh Red Chilies, seeded, chopped 12 to 15 (about 300 g) Shallots, peeled and chopped 20 g Ginger, peeled and chopped 2 Stalks Lemongrass, trimmed and chopped 8 g Fresh Turmeric, peeled and chopped 20 g Galangal, peeled and chopped 3 Cloves Garlic, peeled and chopped 6 Candlenuts 1 tsp Roasted Shrimp Paste (Belacan) Chicken Curry with Potatoes.
Crispy Chicken with Creamy Italian Sauce and Bowtie Pasta. Slow Cooker Cheesy Chicken And Rice (The downside of being a Swan Princess) I have a firmly held belief that the most important lessons in life are learned in Kindergarten.
For this reason (and many others) when my five year old speaks, I listen. Oftentimes she’ll say something that has me stifling a giggle (Katy Rose does not like for folks to laugh at anything she says right now unless she clearly states that it is a joke beforehand), but others she’ll speak something truly profound and in her innocence has no idea that she has just opened her mama’s eyes to wisdom once again. Yesterday, we were sitting in the living room together. Katy Rose was watching the Swan Princess while I worked on my laptop. The movie came to a part where the “evil guy” (as Katy Rose put it) was trying to keep the Swan Princess prisoner and Katy watched for a few moments before turning to me in absolute frustration. “You see that, Mama? “Okay Katy Rose, that works for me” Chicken Marsala. One of my favorite easy weeknight dinners is chicken marsala. Made with sauteed mushrooms in a marsala wine sauce, this dinner has become a regular in our household for years.
Typically I buy two chicken breasts and split them to make four pieces. This is a great method to stretch a few pieces of chicken out to feed more people. By pounding the chicken out, it also shortens the cooking time making this dinner a doable meal under 30 minutes from start to finish. Chicken teriyaki. Honey Glazed Chicken and Bacon Bites. I had an idea.
Actually, it was more like my three hundred and forty-sixth idea for this month and I now have the hips to show for it. No biggie, I consider it a small sacrifice for eating food that tastes this good. So I asked myself: “Would it be a really crazy idea to wrap loads of bacon around chicken strips and brush them with a spruced up honey marinade?”. Why yes, Kay, it would be. But frankly, I like crazy. See, now that’s what happens when you blog from your desolated home or kitchen (in the burbs). Anyway, it turned out nothing short of a phenomenal idea that I simply have to share here in my little corner of the www. Ingredients: 1 pound boneless chicken breasts 20 thin bacon slices 3 tbsp honey 2 tsp coarse mustard fresh lemon juice Optional: salt Directions: Cut the chicken breasts—or fillets, as we call them here—in thin strips. Note: I’m using the Dutch equivalent to bacon in this recipe. Lemon Chicken » Annie's Eats.
Spanish Chicken with Chorizo and Potatoes. We've managed to both forget our fifth anniversary last Friday.
I don't know if it's due to my working like mad before having to catch a delayed flight back from Shanghai late in the evening while Vijay was too comfortable with me leaving him a free man for almost two weeks. The nearly forsaken milestone was only remembered when Vijay examined the leather strap of his watch, then sparking up a recap of our various gifts to each other past birthdays, Christmases and yes, the day we got together. Putting aside our ailing memories - mine is not a surprise, Vijay forgot the exact date and had to check his diaries - we seized the day and celebrated with an all-American dinner, ending up with the love of my life asking if I could make him bacon topped cheesy fries and Buffalo wings with blue cheese dressing next. Recipe for Saffron Chicken with Parsley and Lemon. (This recipe from November 2005 was revisited and updated April 2011.)
Have you ever cooked with saffron? It's widely acknowledged to be the most expensive spice in the world, but you only need a tiny pinch to add delicious flavor to a dish like Paella, Saffron Rice, and this delicious Saffron Chicken which I first tasted when my Iranian friend Massoud made it for me. Crock Pot Chicken and Dumplings Recipe! Looking for an easy meal your family will love?
Look no further!!