One Pot Chicken Rice

The rice cooker is a fantastic invention. Making this dish was a breeze as it's so easy. Marinate, quick stir fry and everything into the rice cooker. Simple. There are many nights where I just don't feel like cooking or want a simple dish that require the least brainwork. Most of all, it will not break your budget.

One Pot Chicken Rice (4 servings)
500grams of boneless chicken thigh/breast cubed
5-8 dried shitake mushrooms
2 lup chong (or cured chinese sausages)sliced.
2 cups of chicken stock
1 tablespoon of garlic
2cups of rice

1 tablespoon of dark soya
2 tablespoon of light soya
1 tablespoon of oyster sauce
generous dashes of pepper
1 tsp of sesame oil
2 tablespoon of chinese wine

Marinate chicken for 10-15 mins. Meanwhile, dehydrate mushrooms with a bowl of hot water. Sliced.

Meanwhile, par-cook rice using 1 1/2 cups of stock in the rice cooker.

Gently cook lupchong over low heat. Drain some of the oil. Add chicken and gently stirfry till almost cooked through. If it is a little dry, add some stock. Don't forget the mushrooms. =) Add the mixture directly into the ricecooker and cook till done. Sprinkle some shallots and you have an easy one-pot dish!

Stifry some greens to go with this.

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