As a very strict food critic, I gave my hubby a big thumbs up for this recipe. I think you will like it too. It’s surprisingly easy to make. Try it yourself and have a taste of it. Let us know if you like our recipe. Refer below for the recipe. By the way, we have amended the recipe slightly because Roland didn’t use a measuring cup when he was filming this video. It revised the amount said as they differ from what he actually used as seen in the video. The recipe below is a more accurate version of his recipe.
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900g – 1kg whole chicken. Fresh recommended
Stuffing in cavity of chicken:
1 thumb size ginger
2 stalks of spring onion
4-5 cloves of garlic
Colour coating before cooking:
3 tablespoons of premium dark soya sauce (low sodium)
For Gravy / Braise for Chicken
2 cinnamon bark
20g rock sugar
1 star anise
2 cups premium dark soya sauce (low sodium)
4 tablespoons Chinese rice wine
2 tablespoons light soya sauce
8 cups of water
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How To Make That Perfect Dinner
Having a fantastic meal at a restaurant can leave you marveling at the chef’s skill and pondering just how that chef prepared it. Have you ever attempted to make that same dish yourself at home. The advice in this article will help improve your cooking ability so that you will be able to prepare your favorite meals yourself, along with various other dishes for all kinds of occasions. People of all ages, from teens to grannies, love to cook.
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If you are cooking for an important event, it is a good idea to make a meal that you have made before. Avoid the temptation to try a new dish or ingredient. This can make cooking less of a chore.
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Vegetables are just better all-around the faster they are cooked. If you cook your vegetables for a long period of time, they might not be as nutritious. The quick cook methods generally make the vegetables tastier and more nutritional. Cooking vegetables as quickly as possible is key to preserving their nutrients.
You are one step closer to becoming an excellent home-chef. Remember, use your imagination in the kitchen and experiment with new techniques and recipes. Recipes from different cultures and places will also help you stay motivated and interested in preparing food rather than having it become a repetitive chore.