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Clay Pot Rice With Chicken

Clay Pot Rice With Chicken created by Muffythechef

The name says it all ... rice cooked in a claypot, with chicken and/or other meats. The claypot gives the rice a slightly burnt flavour which makes it oh so yummy! This is a popular dish at the hawker stands in Singapore and Malaysia, although it is more commonly made at home.

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directions

  • Place rice, chicken broth, garlic and shallots into claypot.
  • Mix in dark soya sauce, oyster sauce, pepper and sesami oil.
  • Cook rice in chicken broth with a claypot over a medium flame.
  • Leave the lid of the claypot closed during cooking until the broth is nearly evaporated.
  • Open lid and pour in chicken thigh and chinese sausage.
  • Replace the lid and continue cooking for about 10-15 minutes.
  • Open the lid and stir the rice mixture to prevent the rice from sticking too much to the pot.
  • Cook until the rice is cooked (should be soft and fluffy).
  • Remove rice and serve.
  • Add additional dark soya sauce and pepper to taste.
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"The name says it all ... rice cooked in a claypot, with chicken and/or other meats. The claypot gives the rice a slightly burnt flavour which makes it oh so yummy! This is a popular dish at the hawker stands in Singapore and Malaysia, although it is more commonly made at home."
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  2. Muffythechef
    The name says it all ... rice cooked in a claypot, with chicken and/or other meats. The claypot gives the rice a slightly burnt flavour which makes it oh so yummy! This is a popular dish at the hawker stands in Singapore and Malaysia, although it is more commonly made at home.
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