Chicken

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    Pan-cooked Honey Soy Chicken Wing Nibbles

    I never knew the dish called ‘Honey Soy Chicken’ until I came to Australia. Honey & Soy flavoured sauce marinated Chicken are available from any supermarkets and butchers in Melbourne. I have never bought them. Commonly they are baked in the oven. If you don’t have an oven, try this frying pan method. As Chicken …

  • Chicken Curry

    Chicken Katsu Curry

    You might be already familiar with this dish. ‘Chicken Katsu Curry’ has been gaining in popularity. Interestingly, it’s ‘Chicken’ Cutlet Curry although the popular Katsu Curry in Japan is ‘Pork’ Cutlet Curry. I already shared my ‘Katsu Curry’ recipe on this website, but this fruity curry recipe is more accessible as you don’t need Japanese …

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    Soy Sauce Chicken

    In the Chinese traditional method, the whole Chicken is boiled in the sauce. However, for everyday home-cooking, smaller cuts are much easier and quicker to cook, and you don’t need a lot of Soy Sauce. I recommend to use bone-in leg parts such as Thigh Cutlets and Drumsticks for this dish. Makes 4 Servings Ingredients …

  • Chicken Egg Udon

    ‘Oyako’ Udon

    ‘Oyako’ means ‘Parent and Child’. When ‘Chicken and Eggs’ are used, the dish is often called with the word ‘Oyako’. You might be familiar with the ‘Chicken and Egg’ rice bowl dish that is called ‘Oyako Don’. There are Udon noodle versions, and the mixture is often thickened and flavour is less sweet, and it …

  • Beans & Peas Chicken

    Chicken & Beans

    On the other day I cooked ‘Pork & Beans’, but replacing Pork with Chicken, and it was delicious. If you don’t eat Pork with any reasons, you may wish to try this ‘Chicken & Beans’. I added more Vegetables and Tabasco, and this dish turned out absolutely divine!!! Makes 4 Servings Ingredients 500g Chicken Thigh …

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    Teriyaki Chicken With Tartar Sauce

    If you have tried my ‘Sweet Sour Chicken with Tartar Sauce’, you know that the sweet soy sauce flavour goes well with Tartar Sauce. This is an easier version of the dish and you don’t need to deep-fry Chicken. It is almost identical to my ‘Teriyaki Chicken’. Enjoy this delicious combination. Makes 4 Servings Ingredients …

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    Chicken With Grated Daikon Sauce

    Finely grated Daikon (White Radish) has a resemblance to Sleet that is called ‘Mizore’ in Japanese. When meat or fish are cooked in a sauce with finely grated Daikon, the dish is called ‘Mizore-ni’ that literally means ‘cooked in the sleet’. This dish’s Japanese name is ‘Tori no Mizore-ni’, Chicken cooked in the Sleet. Makes …

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