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Claypot Chicken Rice Ingredients

It has been a long time since I had chicken claypot rice. Actually I don't really like to eat them outside, if home cooked, then it is different.  I remember I used to cook this when my kids were very young cos it is easy to do... just dump everything into the rice cooker and that was it...  LOL... 

But since Sunday is a day of rest, we went out all the way to K10 Claypot Rice in Bercham for our dinner.  Nothing fanciful... in fact, nothing to shout about... I think cooking them in the house is much more nicer than eating outside....
This was how it was served in K10...
We have to stir it up ourselves...
 Another plate of greens to go with the rice....
 The only thing I like here are the Pork Balls...  70 sen each, no joke!
We ordered 4 big claypots and the total bill came to RM81.... 
Cheap or not, I think I will not take claypot rice for a long long time....
Homecooked ones are much nicer..
Can put in more chicken, sausages and salted fish!!
So... what other ingredients can be added in?


Comments

  1. Always can't compare the homecooked than the outside one lo, hehe!!! As I always prefer the home cook one, hehe!!! =]

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    1. Can put more and more liew, right??? hehehee..

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  2. Then no thank you since not fanciful...

    The other time, i eat one at Jurong West $5, so much rice n so little ingredients...

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    1. Normally rice a lot... ingredients less.. keep you full ma..

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  3. Homecooked is always the best as we can add extra and as much ingredients as we like. Wow, 70 cents per pork ball, so expensive. How much does that bowl of pork balls cost?

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    1. I ordered 30 balls... so guess how much... everything is so expensive nowadays..

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  4. homecooked ones sure more good liao one.. but then it will depend on the occasion lah.. if only one person eating, then really don't bother to trouble, having it outside is more convenient and cheaper.. but if there is a big group of people, and all very picky mouth, then cooking it at home surely would give you more advantage.. BTW, okay lah this K10 claypot chicken rice~~

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    1. Ok la.. once a blue moon, fine cos lazy to cook... but the price of the claypot is reasonable...

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  5. Pork balls here are all above RM1 each so 70cents is considered very good. Can add chinese black mushrooms into the claypot chicken rice.

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    1. In KL one is RM1? WOW.. that is expensive... maybe bigger in size! Oh yeah.. I forgot about mushrooms... !

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    2. Not really that much bigger. I think size is about the same. If you come to kl you can eat the pork balls at ipoh chicken rice shop (midvalley has an outlet opposite oldtown). Costs rm1.2 each I think.

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  6. Wow! The clay pot chicken rice looks yummy!!

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  7. The pork balls look very good. We do not have those here, only meatballs.

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    1. Pork plus fish... meatballs are more filling! :)

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  8. I love claypot rice, dunno how to cook...and the only stall here a long time ago closed down, dunno why - it was so nice. Come, come...you do it and blog about it step by step. I wanna learn

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    1. hahahaa... One day! And I do it My Way! Wait till more people in the house first...

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  9. P.S.:
    Why have you moved the links from the column on the right? I clicked the "daily read blogs" - does not seem to update correctly - old post in somebody's blog indicated as say, "4 hours ago"... Was very convenient to use to blog-hop when it was just by the side.

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    1. I put them on top now... cos I know which ones I read regularly... the blog looks less messy with them on top now.. sorry ah for inconvenience... I thought you click from your blog? :)

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  10. I like claypot chicken rice, both home cooked and outside.. hehe.. Dunno leh, I feel outside ones macam got enuff "wok hei" and more wangi.. Home cooked pulak, like you said, can add in more "liew"..

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    1. Homecooked ones are by rice cooker.. mana ada claypot in my house.. and also have to "look fire"... hahaha... rice cooker is so easy.. just click only... but maybe not so heong..

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  11. not sure how to cook claypot rice. I only know how to cook this type of rice with the rice cooker.

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    1. Yes, at home can use rice cooker .. .more convenient!

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  12. I love Claypot chicken rice and thought that it has to be cooked by restaurants only over hot flaming burners to get the burnt bottoms! That's the secret for its fragrance to ooze out.

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    1. Oh, you love the farn chiew? Heong la.. but not nice to eat leh.. so hard... maybe now old already, teeth not so strong liow... but cook anything in claypot over charcoal is heong la... but nowadays not many use charcoal liow..

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  13. Wow ... its been a while since I eaten there !

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    1. Where you got time? Each time kwan sui loke kwok! hahahaa..

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  14. what is it about claypot rice that just makes it smell so darn good, i wonder! haven't had claypot rice in aaages. now i want some! D:

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    1. It is the claypot and the charcoal burning that makes it fragrant perhaps? :)

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  15. Used to like claypot rice a lot too but i don't take rice now... so yea haha

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    1. oh yeah ha... as for me, I must take rice every now and then...

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  16. I love claypot chicken rice! But long time since I had one!

    Miss it!

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    1. Use rice cooker..then can eat more often! hahaa..

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  17. I love claypot chicken rice, simply yummy! But must be careful as it's very hot!! Hehe!

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