Friday, September 9, 2011

Simmered Chicken in Grated Potato - Video Recipe

This is another favorite food that my mom cooks at home. Very easy and uses very simple ingredients available anywhere. It goes great with white rice and also a great recipe for bento!!!

Originally, my mom uses thinly sliced pork, but I know thinly sliced meats are not available in some countries, so I sliced the lean chicken breast! And it came out really yummy!!!

BTW, I never cooked or helped my mom when I lived with her, so actually, when I cooked for the first time was over 20! haha

Anyways, enjoy ;D

Simmered Chicken in Grated Potato

Difficulty: Easy
Time: 15min
Number of servings: 2

300g (10.5oz.) lean chicken breast (no skin)
100g (3.5oz.) potato
1 tbsp. sake
200cc water
1 tbsp. sugar
2 tbsp. soy sauce
cooking oil
Shiraga Negi (thin stripped long onion: Cut the white part of long onion into 2-inch length. Cut lengthwise and remove the soft green core. Cut the white part into julienne strips. Soak them in cold water for a few minutes (or wash) and drain well.)

1. Remove the skin from the chicken and slice it diagonally into bite-size pieces. Grate the potato.
2. Heat cooking oil in a frying pan cook chicken until no longer pink.
3. Add sake and water. Simmer for 2-3 minutes. Then Add sugar, soy sauce and a little bit of salt.
4. Add the grated potato into 3. and simmer, stirring occasionally until thickened.
5. Serve with Shiraga Negi.


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  1. Hi Ochi! Oh really? No mooncake in Japan? Maybe they sell them in the Chinese community? haha but I don't think they taste too great so you're not missing out on too much =P

    Omg I don't help my mom out very much when she cooks too and she always tells me too because she feels bad for my future husband LOL I only help her prep but I never do the actual cooking. I can wash rice, cut veggies etc. ahahahahaha but I guess that's no good unless my husband is a bunny!

  2. P.s How have you been doing lately?

  3. hi suki!

    thanks for stopping by, again!!! we enjoy viewing the full moon but with dango (kind of rice cake). i think mooncake is Chinese stuff ;D

    i know, so do i! don't worry! you will cook when you want☆

  4. hi suki again ;D

    i am making 2 video per week and that is too much work, i guess. busy but at least i enjoy ;D lol


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