June 2016 | Christine's Recipes: Easy Chinese Recipes | Delicious Recipes

Chicken Thighs with Orange Marmalade

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Being a big fan of MasterChef, an Australian cooking television show, I don’t want to skip any episode of it since the show is full of fun and inspirational. In one episode, the contestants were challenged to create dishes with orange marmalade. All the contestants’ dishes were so attractive and appetizing. I was so intrigued to create one of my own, a home-cook style of course.

What I like about orange marmalade are its citrus fragrance and its not-too-sweet taste. It’s great to use in creating a thick sauce. As chicken and orange are good partners. Orange marmalade will definitely go well with chicken meat. How about if I can’t use up a whole bottle of orange marmalade? No worries, it won’t be wasted at all. The leftover orange marmalade can be used on my toast, just like fruit jam, for breakfast.
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Spinach and Soft Boiled Egg in Broth

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I was very glad to get some beautiful spinach sold at a bargain price. One of the best ways of cooking spinach is making soup. This no-brainer soup only takes 10 minutes to make. Nothing can be easier. How about the taste? It all depends on the soup base you choose. Chicken broth is a good choice, homemade or your favourite brand. If you want to use vegetable soup base, it’ll work too. The umami taste of the dried scallop will make your soup more delicious. The highlight is the soft boiled egg. Not only the runny egg yolk in the just-cooked egg white attracts your eye balls, but also it entertains your taste buds.
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Chicken in Black Bean Sauce

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This chicken in black bean sauce is quite popular in my good old days living in Hong Kong. The chicken is cooked just right in time, in the black bean sauce, in order to keep its tenderness.

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The cooking chicken time is just right, so the meat is not over-cooked, but very tender and moist, with the fragrance of fermented black beans imparted through the sauce and chicken.
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