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Rice cooker chicken rice



This is what I cooked for the weekend.  An easy super duper all-in-one dish accompanied with a vegetable soup on the side.  I was just too lazy to whip up any other dishes as the weather is so super hot and humid these days and my brain cells couldn't function properly.  So, as long as it can fill the stomach, it's all that matters!




The slices of red meat is sweet  'kwai fah yoke'.







If you're hard pressed for time, can consider this option for a quick and wholesome meal.

Recipe for Rice cooker chicken rice

Ingredients

  • 3 chicken leg, skin removed and cut into bite size
  • 1 piece sweet meat ~ 'Kwai Fah yoke' cut into bite size
  • 7 pieces Chinese mushroom, soaked, stemmed and sliced
  • 1  Tbsp oyster sauce
  • 1/4  tsp dark soya sauce
  • 1/2  tsp seasalt
  • 2  tsp light soya sauce
  • 1/2 tsp sugar
  • Dash of pepper
  • 1  rice cup rice
  • Chopped spring onions
Seasoning to mix in after the rice has been cooked
  • 1 Tbsp Shaoxing wine
  • 1 tsp sesame oil and 1 tsp dark soya sauce
Preparation
  1. Mix all the ingredients above except the rice, let it sit for an hour or so.
  2. Cook rice the usual way in the rice cooker, but reduce the water slightly.
  3. When the rice is 3/4 cooked and water is showing signs of drying up, add in the marinated chicken.
  4. When the rice is fully cooked and the 'keep warm' button is lighted up, add in the seasoning.
  5. Mix well, test for desired taste, dish up in bowls.
  6. Garnish with chopped spring onions, add in a dash of pepper.
  7. Serve.

I'm submitting this entry to  Shannon of  Just as Delish who's hosting
Mubibbah Malaysian Monday for the month of June.
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Comments

  1. o yes, this is kind of savoury rice dish I love too.

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    1. Yes, a saviour when you're pressed for time.

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  2. This is great I love an easy super duper all-in-one dish! It certainly looks flavorful too!

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  3. I cook this pretty often but I used Blessed Homemaker's recipe. Next time I will try yours. What is 'Kwai Fah yoke'?

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    1. It's a piece of flat sweet meat, popular during CNY. You can substitute with Chinese sausages. You can see it in the above picture.

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  4. Hi

    Will your rice stick to the side and base of the rice cooker? I always scope up about more than a quarter bowl at the end of the day. May I know how to pretend this from happening. Thanks

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    1. I'm using a non-stick rice cooker, so I don't encounter that problem.

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  5. Cheah, Fully agreed with you. Simple and delicious. Was thinking about cooking this dish,too. Must be delicious with so much 'liao'.

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    1. Yes, it's delicious, more so with some chopped chilli padi.

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  6. I can eat this any time. The look already makes me drool :D

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    1. I make this quite often, sometimes just change the ingredients. Non-greasy kitchen, that's what I like!

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  7. Ah yes... this is one super-duper easy dish that I cook occasionally. The only difference is I use Chinese sausages instead of 'Kwai Fah Yoke'.

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    1. Yes,I use Chinese sausages too sometimes. Easy and quick meal.

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  8. This is kind of savoury rice dish :) I am going to try this tonight ! Wish me luck !

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    1. Yes, good luck. This is very simple to whip p, no worries. And, thanks for dropping by.

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  9. yeah, sometimes will cook this too..fast and nice! sometimes will also add in salted fish if have it at home. It's really so hot for the past month..sometimes dont even feel like cooking anything..even if eat out, must go to places with air con:D

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    1. Yes the heat is getting on my nerves. Adding in salted fish is more fragrant but unfortunately not appreciated amongst my family members.

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  10. Looks wonderful! I must get a rice cooker now that we're back in Asia. Then I can try this recipe :)

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    1. You should but try to get one with a ceramic pot not a non-stick pot.

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  11. Hi Cheah, I love this chicken rice. Quick and easy but I usually add slice ginger and pandan leave.

    Yours look delicious and love your presentation.

    Have a nice day.

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  12. What a coincidence! I made this yesterday. haha.... But hubby not very happy with it cause he prefer white rice. haha....
    Kristy

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  13. I love one dish meals, need to take out my rice cooker that has been covered with dust.. Thanks for supporting MMM!

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  14. Very great, I'm looking for it, thanks for your great article.

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  15. This is great I love an easy super duper all-in-one dish! It certainly looks flavorful too!

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  16. I like to cook, want to find Recipe, thanks very much

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  17. It is great and must be delicious,like it

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  18. I want to try this recipe with rice and red meet. I'm sure my son will like it. Usually, on weekend we eat smoked food. But this week, it would be different.

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  19. My family loves rice. It's one of the best food.The brown rice is better for our health.

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  20. I will surprise my husband with this kind of recipe, he will love it !

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  21. your recipe seems simple and yummy. I never try cooking chicken rice by using rice cooker. It looks like fried rice but different actually.

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