Tag Archives: chicken

chicken shepherd’s pie

I wanted to cook something different last week. Something that did not involve pasta or rice. Since we can’t really have a carb-free dinner, I decided potato was the carb…

risotto with chicken, mushrooms and peas

Good things come to those who stir. And stir, and stir. Because that is what risottos are all about – all that stirring prevents the released starches from scorching on the…

one-pot pasta bake with chicken, vegetables and mushroom

Recently I discovered the many joys of cooking pasta in one pot. Now I am really hooked. To the point where I want to cook pastas all the time. Well,…

nonya curry chicken

Being the auntie that I am, I was at the supermarket the other week when I saw that a cooking show was being screened at the check out counters. Well,…

nagoya-style tebasaki (手羽先) | nagoya-style fried chicken

I am just so glad that there are so many chicken wing recipes in the world.  It sure makes cooking a lot more fun, especially since we are big fans…

vietnamese lemongrass chicken mid-joints

This is a continuation of my chicken mid-joint saga. The thing is, I have quite a few packs of mid-joints in my freezer. Yep, they were on sale and Aunty…

baked honey sriracha chicken wings

Apparently, “chicken” is the most searched-for food item on the internet for like, forever. Little wonder, since chicken is so readily available in most parts of the world, and you…

tori tsukune nabe

Aden has got this thing for meatballs recently.  Since he is a rather picky eater, I am more than happy (okay, I am over the moon) when he wants to…

gai tod nahm prik pao | thai-style deep-fried chicken

Before I start my post, I want to share that The Domestic Goddess Wannabe has been selected as erecipe.com’s Blog of the Day!!! How awesome is that!! Yes, I am…

negima yakitori (焼き鳥) | chicken and scallion skewers with yakitori sauce

I really like Japanese food. The LAM and I used to go to our favorite Japanese restaurant at least one a month. When I was pregnant with Jadelyn, we were…