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JD Cooks ~ Kurma Chicken Sandwich & Portobello Mushroom

March 29, 2011

Last Sunday, feeling a bit adventurous, we decided to eat something different, hence we took a detour to Giant to get some ingredients for dinner.

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Don’t want to conjure a big feast, we decided to eat some sandwich + mashed potatoes + portobello mushroom.

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For the chicken sandwich, I just got some chicken fillet and marinated it with Kurma powder, oil, salt, corn flour and pepper, and let it rest in the fridge.

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If any of you want to make mashed potatoes, always remember to get American Russet potatoes as they are the easiest to mash up.  Boiled it up in water and add a pinch of salt and wait.

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It will end up like this after mashing it up. For the creamy texture, I use milk, butter, cheese and a pinch of salt according to taste. The choice is limitless as bacons can be added as well.

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I’ve eaten the most delicious Portobello mushroom at Prego, but I can barely recalled what they used so I just fill it up with tomatoes and cheese.

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A scoop of butter on the mushroom.

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And then, fill it up with the chopped tomatoes.

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Top it up with cheese and sprinkle some salt, pepper and olive oil before popping it into the over for 15 minutes.

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Next, I seared the marinated chicken on a pan until it’s golden brown and just like that dinner is ready!

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Kayden and May checking out what’s cooking.

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When the 15 minutes is up, here are the Portobello mushrooms. May said that the tomatoes are a bit sourish. I didn’t get to taste it because I can’t eat it.

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All ready to go!

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Hot dog buns for the sandwich.

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Kurma Chicken Sandwich. Simple and delicious!

The cost of dinner is not cheap and is almost equivalent to 1 KimchiHaru lunch. But nevertheless, it’s certainly healthier and more enjoyable eating at home. Give it a try, till then…have fun!

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3 Comments

  • Reply mimid3vils March 29, 2011 at 2:34 pm

    good husband, cook for wifey & son 🙂

  • Reply Wife March 29, 2011 at 4:50 pm

    Oh No!! I look horrible!!! you should have warned me, at least i can comb my hair a bit….but anyway the food was delicious…Thanks dear!

  • Reply JD March 29, 2011 at 6:50 pm

    @mimid3vils

    Thanks!

    @wife

    I like the frizzly hair!

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