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Thursday, December 06, 2012Y
~*Japanese Curry Chicken Rice*~

i have been so busy with bb stuff that i haven't been cooking since ages ago. here is however another simple comfort food recipe to try it out.

*4 cubes Golden Curry Cubes (can be purchased in any supermarkets. i chose mild cause i don wan my bb to me fiery in there)
*it comes in packs of two. in this case one packet can serve 3-4 person so you can jump the other packet into the fridge for next servings*

*3 pototoes cubed
*1 carrot cubed
*1 big australian onion
*3 chicken legs (nicer than chicken breast as the meat is more tender)

Step 1: Heat the wok and add in butter. i prefer to use butter rather than olive oil cause it smells nicer. Then add the onions and meat cutlets and saute them together.

Step 2: Add the remaining ingredients: carrots and potatoes into the wok and continue frying them before blanching in water and bringing it to a boil and simmer for 10 minutes.

Step 3: Add in the 4 cubes of Curry Cubes and continue stirring it till it's all dissolved. You may wish to add more water if you find the sauce is too thick.

Step 4: Continue cooking it another 15 minutes till the carrots are soft.

Step 5: Prepare the steam rice and pour the aromatic curry onto the plate and it's ready to be served. Oishi. Itadakimasu. 


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