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Thursday, September 6, 2007

Easy Curry Chicken

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Monday to Friday, what to cook again. Ah!, Easy Curry Chicken because I have not been cooking this dish for my family members for quite some time. With the large size russet potatoes resting in my basket greeting me every morning , I have decided to match my elegant potatoes with my chicken drumsticks and thighs. I match-mated them into easy curry chicken.

Why I say easy is because I already have those ready blended condiments stored in jars in my fridge. Just get ready 3 scoops of meat curry powder, 2 tbsp of shallots, 1 tbsp of garlic, 1 tbsp of lemon grass, 1tbsp of ginger and 1/2 tbsp of tumeric root (all blended). Mixed well with some water.

Heat wok with oil. Drop in 1 pce of cinnamon bark and saute for a while. Add in the mixture of curry paste and saute till fragrant. Add in some chicken granules, 1 tbsp of sugar, mix well and add in chicken pieces. Fry for a while to let curry paste penetrate into chicken meat. Drop in a few chilly padi for spicier taste. Add in 3 pcs of knotted screwpine leaves and 3 pieces of kaffir leaves. I just plucked them from my inside garden. No curry leaves because they are stolen by passers by at my outside garden. Next time, if anyone would like to 'steal' or need some screwpine leaves from your neighbour, please cut the leaves and not cutting the plant. This message is for the inconsiderate people who do not understand the patience and love for plants. Simply curi and destroy the plants.

Add in 3 cups of chicken stock (if available), stir to mix well. Let is simmer for 5 minutes and add in boiled and cut potatoes. Cook under low heat for another 10 minutes and my curry chicken is ready.

No belacan, no santan and no all other spices as taught in many recipe books. I censored all for the health of everyone. Syiok with white rice, fried french beans, boiled egg and with a cup of ice syrup.

2 comments:

  1. wow this is soooo delicious,
    i would love to have it everyday until i get bored or sick of it, ah well it's still wonderufl

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  2. Eat and be safe. No santan leh. cannot get fat

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