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Some dishes have a very long history behind it and it ain't an easy task trying to break away from the same old method of preparing the dish and coming up with a new way of preparing it. However...'Stone Pot Chicken'(香香鸡肉)Doesn't this dish looks beautiful to you? There's a nice mixture of different colors. Ingredients like 'Special Marinated Chicken', 'Sliced Salted Fish', 'Sausage', 'Mushroom' and 'Vegetable' have been added into this dish.With a lot of tedious stirring, I finally managed to st
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Some dishes have a very long history behind it and it ain't an easy task trying to break away from the same old method of preparing the dish and coming up with a new way of preparing it. However...
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'Stone Pot Chicken'(香香鸡肉)
Doesn't this dish looks beautiful to you? There's a nice mixture of different colors. Ingredients like 'Special Marinated Chicken', 'Sliced Salted Fish', 'Sausage', 'Mushroom' and 'Vegetable' have been added into this dish.
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With a lot of tedious stirring, I finally managed to stir all the ingredients inside the 'Stone Bowl' nicely together. Here comes the nice part about this dish.

The taste of this is pretty much similar to a normal 'Claypot Rice' and unlike the normal 'Claypot', this does not have the problem of the rice sticking onto the bowl. Therefore like some of my friends, if you really love the taste and the texture of
the overcook, crispy rice, you could really savour it till the very last bit over here. On top of the crispy rice, each individual bite also comes with a nice fragrance of 'Salted fish' and a good mix of the sweet ingredients listed in the above. Even though the portion of 'Claypot Rice' that I'm getting over here are much more smaller than the regular ones, but I don't need to worry about the bones of the 'Chicken' and I could really emptied the whole bowl without any wastage.

(By the way, as compared to any other types of bowl, the 'Stone Bowl' can keep the food warm for a much more longer period of time, which is a big (+)
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For full review and more photos, please visit
http://nekyouto-food.blogspot.sg/2013/08/remaking-claypot-rice.html
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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Date of Visit
2013-08-02
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$10 (Dinner)
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