Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Happy Cooking with LG SolarDOM: Japanese Chicken curry

 I think microwave is necessary for me, I use it all the time, to boil the water, milk or cream. Warm cool food and lately I started cooking with it a lot more.

Because it use less time than traditional cooking (on the stove), and it less messy. This time I use the Microwave function on my LG SolarDOM. The only function that I didn't use is grill, well, will try it soon, haha.
Making Japanese curry requires a lot of time, you need to boil it long enough or it won't be thicken, but this recipe is good when you don't have enough time, only 20 minutes and you can serve delicious chicken curry. The key ingredient is Japanese Curry roux (カレールウ), it's easy to buy it in a box and you can choose the strength of the hot (or spiciness) that you like, I usually use medium hot. Because this curry use the flour in the roux to set it will be runny while cooling but I know that you will finish it before it cool, ^^.

Japanese Chicken curry 
Serve 2

 150 g ........................ Chicken thighs (without bone, cut into pieces)
200 g ........................ Potatoes (peeled and cut into 2 cm pieces)
100 g ........................ Carrot (peeled and cut into 1.5cm pieces)
- 1 tsp ....................... Finely chopped garlic
- 100 g ...................... Finely sliced onion
- 2 tbsp ..................... Butter
60 g .......................... Japanese Curry roux (カレールウ)
1 tsp ..........................  Worcester Sauce
.................................. Salt, to taste

For serving:
2 cup ......................... Cooked rice


The key ingredient is Japanese Curry roux (カレールウ).


Put the finely chopped garlic, finely sliced onion and butter into a bowl, cover with plastic warp and put it in the microwave. Select microwave function, 600W power and set the timer to 5 minutes. 

Take the onion bowl out of the microwave.Pour the mixture into another bowl, and put the rest of the ingredients (chicken, potato, carrot, Curry roux, and Worcester Sauce) into the bowl with 300 ml of water. Cover the bowl with plastic warp.
Select microwave function, 600W power and set the timer to 10 minutes. 
Take the bowl out of the oven, remove the plastic warp and stir the curry. Cover the bowl with new piece of plastic warp.
Select microwave function, 600W power and set the timer to 5 minutes. 
Now, it's ready to be served with hot cooked rice, yummy yummy.

Happy Cooking with LG SolarDOM: Japanese Chicken curry 

3 comments:

  1. Will it make a difference if I cover the bowl with a kitchen towel instead of the plastic wrap?

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  2. While boiling the curry can spill so it will be better to use plastic warp or cover ^^ than kitchen towel.

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  3. Does it really make a difference basically deal with the particular serving which has a kitchen hand towel rather than plastic material wrap?
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