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Chinese Restaurant Style Sweet Corn Chicken Soup

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This is the ultimate comfort food for Sherine when her braces are tightened. Every month, the braces are tightened and it will hurt for the next 3 days. Because of the pain, she will not be able to eat any food that is too hard. It's time for her favourite Chinese restaurant style sweet corn chicken soup again. The soup is amazingly easy to make and very tasty. Ingredients Quarter a large yellow or white onion 100g Chicken Breast (roughly chopped into 2 large pieces) 1.5 TBSP of Thermomix made chicken stock powder (adjust according to how salty your stock powder...

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How to cook Curry Chicken in 1 hour (Thermomix Recipe) 新加波咖喱鸡

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The man at home is my biggest food critic. If he does not have a second helping, it means the food is not great. Curry chicken is something I have never won his approval despite my numerous tries. Tonight, THE FAMILY asked for prata with curry chicken for supper. The prata I can cheat by pan frying frozen ones, but there is no way to cheat with a ready curry. I modified my curry recipe for the umpteen time tonight, by using chicken stock instead of water, less coconut milk, coconut oil, and strained the curry for a smoother texture. YEAH....

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How to cook Chicken Rendang in 30 minutes (Thermomix recipe)

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Since our new Indonesian helper came, we have been consciously trying to cook dishes that she can eat. To further support the racial harmony day messages that the schools are communicating to the kids, I thought it would be good to introduce new dishes to the kids. I decided to cook Chicken Rendang for dinner tonight. As always, the trusty thermomix is best for making rempahs. I marinated the chicken during the day and rendang was literally ready in 30 minutes.  The kids learnt about the history of Rendang (source wikipedia) : a spicy meat dish that originated from the...

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How to cook Nasi Lemak with chicken wings, fried eggs and sambal chilli from scratch in one hour (Thermomix recipe)

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Nasi Lemak means fragrant rice and it is rice cooked with rich coconut milk and infused with a bunch of pandan leaves that cooks together with the rice. Nasi Lemak is usually eaten with a condiment of fried or hard-boiled egg, chicken wings, sliced cucumber, crispy peanuts and ikan billis (tiny fish) and most importantly the sambal chilli. A good chilli make or break the Nasi Lemak - although some may argue the rice is more important. For our household, the chilli is king - screw up the chilli - the Nasi Lemak experience will be "destroyed".  To cook it...

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