Archives: Braised

My Childhood Favourite – Braised Soy Sauce Whole Chicken

January 24, 2017 | By onelazycook | No Comments | Filed in: Braised.

~ Fatless Braised Dark Soy Sauce Whole Chicken ~ The last time I cooked Braised Dark Soy Sauce Chicken was for a specific part of the chicken, drumsticks, to encourage my little girl to eat on her own while seeing us eating the same drumstick. This little girl is now getting increasingly capable with self-feeding • Read More »

Non-fried Braised Salmon Head

January 6, 2017 | By onelazycook | No Comments | Filed in: Braised.

~ Braised Teriyaki Salmon Head ~ Teriyaki sauce is often used in Japanese cuisine. As a home chef living the cosmopolitan lifestyle, I often ended up with fusion cooking whereby a recipe may have a mix of more than one country or ethnic origin. It varies from a mix of Chinese & Japanese flavours, Singaporean • Read More »

Protein Source for the Vegetarian

August 9, 2016 | By onelazycook | No Comments | Filed in: Braised, Pan-fried.

~ Pan-fried Tau Kwa with Shimeiji Mushrooms in Plum Sauce ~ Tofu is originated from China. It is a product made by solidified fresh soy milk and pressed into solid block before chilling. There are many variety of tofu, from hard to soft texture. The selection of types of tofu, differentiated by its texture, is • Read More »

Fatless Braised Dark Soy Sauce Chicken Drumsticks

July 24, 2016 | By onelazycook | 2 Comments | Filed in: Braised.

~ Fatless Braised Dark Soy Sauce Chicken ~ I was first exposed to the Braised Dark Soy Sauce Chicken at the tender age of five. It was my aunt W.C.’s cooking from Sandakan, known to be little Hong Kong in Borneo. My first response to seeing such dish was with an icky face because I • Read More »

Zero Oil Chinese Style Braised Chicken Mid-joints

April 27, 2016 | By onelazycook | No Comments | Filed in: Braised.

~ Fatless Braised Chicken Mid-joints ~ Which part of a chicken do you like the most? Are you also a chicken mid-joint person like me? I actually enjoy most part of a chicken as long as they are cooked fatless and moist. Chicken mid-joint can be cooked in so many ways, from Vietnamese to Chinese • Read More »