Category Archives: Chicken

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Three Cups Chicken

This must the most common dish in any Chinese family across the globe. The three main ingredients in any Chinese
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Mrs Lim’s Fried Chicken

Every single culture has got fried chicken. There are so many versions, it is mind-boggling. I make fried chicken so
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Braised Meat, Tofu or Eggs

Every Southeast Asian and Chinese family has a version of this. This is our comfort food, and it does not
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Soto Ayam

Soto Ayam is a common hawker food in Singapore, Malaysia that originated in Indonesia. As in most Singapore muslims foods,
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Teriyaki Chicken

This must be one of the easiest things to cook. Just cook chicken in a good sauce. Always a hit
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Tandoori Chicken

This must be an Indian signature dish. Even though Indian is one of the four major races in Singapore, I
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Curry Buns

Print Yum Curry Buns IngredientsBread 1 recipe from Tangzhong bun Filings 3 large potatoes, diced to 1/2 cm cubes 1
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Chicken Dumpling (鸡肉包)

We eat these on a daily basis in Singapore. It is sold literally everywhere. When I was teaching in SMU,
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Singapore Curry Chicken

This is so often cooked in our house, I don’t even think we need to have a recipe. But I’d
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Mum’s Nasi Lemak

Nasi is rice in Malay, while lemak means fat, though when we say lemak, it often refers to coconut milk
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Ayam Buah Keluak

I have postponed documenting this, simply because it is a long process and takes a while to recall the steps
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Foie Gras-wannabe Salad

I have half a kg of chicken liver in my refrigerator and I need to be creative around this. Of
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Three-Cup-Chicken (三杯鸡)

This is probably one of the simplest dishes to make that encompasses everything about Chinese cooking. Traditionally, it has an
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Honey-soy Chicken

In an ang mo (western) country, honey-soy seems to be an Asian or Oriental kind of dish. Funny thing is
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Thai Garlic Chicken

At times, I operate my kitchen like a Zi Char stall or Thai stall. Not all the kids like to
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Pig Maw Soup (猪肚汤)

Probably one of the easiest soup to make. When I first got married, this is the soup that I will
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Satay

One of the three opened jars of peanut butter in the pantry tastes blend. I have to find a way
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Curry Puffs

My father was a pastry chef. My mother told me a story of how he was asked to conduct a
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