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Amidst the competitive Korean fried chicken scene in Singapore, FRESH chicken is no longer the key to success. Bring on the CHEESE, WHIPPED CREAM and the secret weapon--SWEET POTATO.Full story and pics on www.dairycream.blogspot.comI wonder if it is due to Singaporeans love for all things creamy and cheese because there are several items of the menu that contains either cheese or cream. One good example is the Nest Snow ($32.90), a bizarre yet wonderfully tasty mountain of Cajun chicken tenders
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Amidst the competitive Korean fried chicken scene in Singapore, FRESH chicken is no longer the key to success. Bring on the CHEESE, WHIPPED CREAM and the secret weapon--SWEET POTATO.
Full story and pics on www.dairycream.blogspot.com
I wonder if it is due to Singaporeans love for all things creamy and cheese because there are several items of the menu that contains either cheese or cream. One good example is the Nest Snow ($32.90), a bizarre yet wonderfully tasty mountain of Cajun chicken tenders served in a bubbling hot plate of Parmesan, mozzarella and cheddar. To top it all off, a swirl of whipped cream and sprinkles of cheese shavings.
But Chir Chir (pronounced chee-ru chee-ru) does not stop at that. It had secretly ambushed a lump of mash SWEET POTATO beneath the chickens. There was no way one could escape from the intense cheesy-ness of this dish, but the presence of something sweet pulled your senses back into shape. If this was spiced with Chilli flakes, I think I'll be weeping at its culinary blasphemy.
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