My own recipe of CHICKEN MECHADO Filipino style. Simple and easy to cook. Hope you like my recipe and let me know in the comment section below if you also like Chicken mechado.
🌺 4 pcs chicken breast cut into small (breast, drumsticks or wings)
🌺 2 cloves garlic , chopped
🌺 1 medium onion , chopped
🌺 3 tbsp soy sauce
🌺 2 bay leaves
🌺 1 cup water
🌺 1 green bell pepper , cut into large chunks
🌺 2 medium carrots , peeled and cut into large chunks
🌺 2 medium potatoes , peeled and cut into large chunks
🌺 1 knorr chicken cubes
🌺 1tbsp sugar
🌺 ground black pepper
1. In a wok, saute garlic and onions.
2. Add chicken and stir fry until its color change to slightly brown.
3. Add water (just enough to cover the chicken), tomato sauce, soy sauce, laurel leaf, bell peppers, potatoes, carrots, and black peppers.
4. Bring to boil then lower the fire and simmer for at least 20~30 minutes or until the meat becomes tender. No need to add additional water if there are already enough build up of oil from chicken fats.
5. Cover the pan during cooking.
6. Finally, make a taste test.
7. Add salt seasoning if necessary
Serve while still hot.
Hello Superfriends! In today’s video I created some dried citrus fruits ornaments! I also use our left over gingerbread cookie as an ornaments. This is a simple and very affordable idea this coming holiday season, so if you are looking for an alternative decors this one is for you.
Usually you can use the dried orange slices all year around not only during Christmas season as long as you stored it in a sealed food bag and they were fine. It is very easy and inexpensive item to add to a flower arrangement on parties, birthday and also in a wedding receptions. Dried orange slices make the arrangement easily fit into an informal decoration like a kitchen scene or a window garland. They also work well in a bowl, sitting on a table or counter, with other fruit and vegetable items.