Tagged: Chicken

Kung Pao Chicken 17

Kung Pao Chicken

Kung Pao, Kung Po or Gung Po Chicken is a popular Chinese Sichuan dish which consists of small chicken cubes, mixed vegetables, peanuts, Chinese cooking wine and the key ingredient Sichuan peppercorns and you...

Chicken and Asparagus in XO Sauce 6

Chicken and Asparagus in XO Sauce

The most common way of cooking asparagus is steamed or blanched then served with hollandaise sauce, for me it is sometimes boring but don’t get me wrong that classic recipe is not bad at...

Honey Soy Chicken Wings 12

Honey Soy Chicken Wings

Not sure of the origins of this dish but most probably it is Chinese as most of the Chinese restaurants serve this as an entree or even mains, but a lot of non-Chinese restaurants...

Chicken Tikka Masala 7

Chicken Tikka Masala

Chicken tikka masala “Britain’s true national dish”, yes that’s right, it gained that title as it is the most popular dish in British dining tables.  It’s that popular that Britain exports this dishes to...

Spicy Creole Chicken served in Mashed Potatoes 2

Spicy Creole Chicken served in Mashed Potatoes

Creole is a style of cooking that originated in Louisiana which consists of a unique blend of French, Portuguese, Spanish, Native American and African cuisines. It is nearly similar to itscousin Cajun, the only...

Creamy Tarragon Chicken Fettucine 0

Creamy Tarragon Chicken Fettucine

Last Sunday afternoon I was thinking of cooking something really quick for dinner, I wanted to do it quick so I can spend more time with my daughter rather than the kitchen.  I was...

Chicken Pastel Dish 21

Chicken Pastel Dish

Chicken Pastel or Pastel de Pollo in Spanish, is the Filipino version of the Chicken Pot Pie sans the pie, usually made out of chicken with a thick white sauce made out of cream...

Chicken and Shitake in Hoisin Sauce 0

Chicken and Shitake in Hoisin Sauce

Now lets do some freestyle cooking for today, what I am thinking of is combination of chicken and shitake mushrooms which is a great combination as they complement each others flavour.  Now its just...