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One-Pot Chinese Chicken

Easy, simple and no washing up, Donna Hay's One-Pot Chinese Chicken is a great dinner for couples.


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Posted by David1335 • 33w ago • Report
I made this tonight for dinner.
I found it was a huge meal for two people as mentioned, and I'm a really big eater.
However Itg will store well in the fridge for a few more nights.
Posted by Nicole1527 • 1y ago • Report
this is awesome! so easy, and very tasty! made tonight.
Posted by Leisa20 • 2y ago • Report
I new one for the monthly menu.. I have a house of fussy eaters so this was a great hit. I used a 6 medium thighs and 4 cups of stock ( large Campbells chicken ), and omitted the chilli. I drizzled a little ketchup manis over the top and the end but stuck to the time and the rest of the ingredients and wow.. they loved it.. I will be watching again to see what I can do nest.. love the no fuss, everything already at home and 25 minutes from start to finish.. thanks Donna.
Posted by Debra38 • 2y ago • Report
This has become an instant hit. After seeing Donna make this last night - tonight I made it for dinner and my family devoured it. My 14 yr old son who loves to cook is going to make it next time! Thank you.
Posted by Courtney • 4y ago • Report
I made this but used brown rice instead of jasmine. It took about 40 minutes to cook, so after the suggested time I took the chicken out and allowed the rice to cook. Probably wouldn't do it that way again as I found it too hard not to eat after lifting the lid and smelling all of those flavours. I added broccoli to it and left out the spring onion due to allregies, I think it would be best served with a large portion of steamed asian greens for dinner to balance out the rice.. there's a lot of it.
Posted by Lynda80 • 4y ago • Report
I have made this several times.... I use a kilo of chicken thigh fillets (family of 4) and I add some snow peas and zuccini to the pot.... next time will add in the last 5 minutes of cooking.... very yummy... a big hit in our house...
Posted by Linda316 • 3y ago • Report
this is THE easiest ever dish probably cook it once a fortnight I have also tried it with seafood eg prawns scollops etc its Yummy cook the rice first then add seafood,magic
Posted by Lourdes6 • 3y ago • Report
Great! It was easy to follow and the taste was unbelievable.
Posted by Christopher51 • 2y ago • Report
can u make this ahead of time or best to eat straight away
Posted by • 2y ago • Report
Best to eat straight away if you keep it add a little more stock before reheating.