Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Chicken Stew With Carrot & Potato

Thanks to Ming & Ling for sharing their recipe with me. I requested for the recipe from Ling, and she passed the task to Ming to supply me the recipe. ",)

The main reason I asked for the recipe is that I've been wanting to cook something similar to this, but was not really sure the method. So for the first time, I followed the recipe but with the ingredients cut down for just 2 of us. The method is simple, and most importantly it won't mess up the kitchen. We love the taste of this dish, and I found that it is a suitable dish for toddlers.

Chicken Stew With Carrot & Potato
Serves 2


1 boneless whole chicken leg, cut into cubes
1 potato, cut into cubes
1 small carrot, cut into cubes
1 small onion, sliced


2 tbsp oyster sauce
1/2 tsp dark soy sauce
dash of sesame oil
1 tbsp light soy sauce
Corn starch


1. Marinate chicken cubes with sesame oil and light sauce and leave aside.

2. Boil carrot and potato until soft and leave aside.

3. Fried onion until slightly brown.

4. Stir in chicken and fry until half cooked.

5. Stir in potato and carrot and stir fry for 3 minutes.

6. Add in oyster sauce and dark soy sauce.

7. Add in water enough to fill dish.

8. Add in corn starch to thicken.

9. Add in salt to taste. (I skip this as I found with the soy sauce and oyster sauce, it was just nice)

10. Serve hot.


Something About Us said...

don't mention it. it's great that it turn out nice! and yes, our kids love the dish too :)


choi yen said...

I love dishes with potato!!!

worldwindows said...

Anything with potatoes, carrots and onions is fine. And also not forgetting tomatoes. Great legumes and veg.

Little Inbox said...

Hi Ming, this dish is guarantee success if follow your steps. :)

mimid3vils, previously I don't really like potato, but after I followed through a seminar, I change my mind. Cuz, I got to know potato family consist the most valuable fiber to our body.

worldwindows, besides that, potato, carrot, onion are also go well with dried mushroom too...

Duckie said...

looks simple and nice!!! time to try that recipe!!!

Little Inbox said...

Duckie, you cook also? Good!

New Kid on the Blog said...

Looks good!!!! :)

Little Inbox said...

New kid, it taste good too...:)

tigerfish said...

I like this dish. Very simple to cook and very tasty.

Little Inbox said...

Tigerfish, yes correct!

Dora said...

Reminds me of that i used to cook this before during my sec. sch. home economics class. ;p

Little Inbox said...

Dora, during my time in sec school, the cooking class was really limited. Teacher taught us on chicken porridge, nasi lemak, muffin , steam fish and stir fry vegetables only.

Yummy Bakes said...

I like this dish ....


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