Chicken Corn Soup

It’s winter, the kind that makes the cold go straight to your bones, no matter how warm you think you’re dressed. The only thing that warms me up on a cold winter day is a bowl of hot soup. I’ve already put up a recipe of Hot and Sour Soup that I make very often, but…

Egg Fried Rice

It’s a great side dish, but add some chicken or shrimp and it can easily turn into a main. I love how versatile this rice dish can be. I’ve never looked through my pantry or fridge and thought I need to make a special trip to the grocery store. Sometimes I just add carrots, sometimes…

Sweet and Sour Chicken

Always ordered at restaurants, never attempted at home. This was the story of our beloved sweet and sour chicken, until one day I had had enough. I couldn’t go out, and I wanted to eat some darn sweet and sour chicken. So I made it, and it was very rewarding indeed. I can’t and won’t…

BBQ Chicken

This is one of those ‘throw everything in a pan, cover and cook’ type of recipes, and it’s great to make just for two, or even fifty. It’s name doesn’t just come from the bbq sauce that’s used in it, but also the delicious possibility of it being cooked on a grill, and winter is…

Tarragon Chicken

It’s the last day of chicken week! And to recover from all that chicken, next week i’ll be posting more dessert recipes! I’m thinking pies. (I made tarragon chicken for 15 people, with garlic rice! Just multiply this recipe by 4, and cut the chicken into smaller pieces!) So here’s what you’ll need for tarragon…

Sesame Fried Chicken

Sesame Fried Chicken. Basically chicken tenders that have grown up. These are delicious, crispy and light. The sesame seeds add just enough flavour but don’t overpower anything. The corn flour really makes a huge difference, making the coating so light and crispy. Here’s what you’ll need: (I’ve divided the ingredients into three portions, because you…