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Reanaclaire's Homecooked Curry Chicken

CURRY MODE... I went to the market this morning, my fridge was practically empty, it had to be refilled with meat and greens.  In a matter of 15 minutes, my marketing was done.  My residential market is very small and rectangular shaped, from one end to the other, it takes only one or two minutes to walk.  Though the stuff sold are slightly higher than those bigger markets, I prefer to come here, so clean and convenient plus easy parking.  

Bought 4 chicken thighs, one kampung chicken, some vegetables and bananas and that was it.  So what did I plan to cook today?  Curry chicken!  I went to my left and right neighbour to pluck some curry leaves and kaffir leaves to enhance the curry.  This time I cook the curry with fresh milk instead of santan, the market has no fresh santan and I am lazy to drive all the way to the main market to get some.  Moreover, there is still one cup of fresh milk left from the carton..... 
4 thighs and 4 potatoes in my shogun wok...
Oh by the way, I bought this Shogun wok from La Gourment...
No regrets...in fact, it is so nice to use that I thought of getting one more...... 
Easy to cook, easier to wash.... no scrubbing needed... 
Oh back to my curry.... 
Half an hour later.... everything is cooked... 
Gave some to my neighbour.... 
She blessed me with a piece of fish.... 
And my lunch is ready.... 
My grainy basmati rice with two dishes for lunch!

Comments

  1. That looks good - I wish I were your neighbour too! LOL!!!
    My mini market is just a shop round the corner - more convenient, no need to be exposed to a lot of people, can get most of what we need...so we're quite happy just to go there.

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  2. Your curry chicken looks delicious! My mum uses evaporated milk in her curries.

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  3. The curry you cooked looks so tasty! Your neighbour is kind. J

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  4. I wanna move in to become your neighbour...lol!

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  5. Such coincident! I cooked curry chicken yesterday!! And fried fishes that hubby caught at the sea this month.

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  6. I want to be your neighbour.

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