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Offline Alina0210

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Thai Chicken Skewers
« on: November 27, 2008, 08:29:08 am »
Name of Recipe: Thai Chicken Skewers
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Ingredients:
1 Red Chilli
1 Stalk Lemongrass
1-2 Roots from Corriander (depending if you like lots of corriander)
2-3 Garlic cloves
Oil
Soy Sauce
2 Red and/or yellow Capsicums diced into 2cm clubes (rough)
Large handful of snowpeas (halfed)
500g chicken diced into 2cm cubes
400g rice
Toothpicks

Preparation:
Add, garlic, lemon grass, Chilli, corriander roots into the tmx bowl, blitz 5secs speed 8.

Scrape down sides, then add a little oil and saute 100degrees, 1 min, speed 1.

Transfer to another bowl, add a dash of soy sauce and oil... add your diced chicken and leave to marinate.

Clean tmx bowl...

Take toothpicks add a piece of capsicum, peice marinated chicken and then a snowpea... DO for all bit of chicken and place in Varoma. (will need the tray).

Ajust over 1L of water into bowl, wash rice and add into the water. Place Varoma on top.

Cook on Varoma temputature, 16mins on speed 4.

After 16mins take rice out and place in Thermoserver, and cook chicken a little longer if need be.

Serve..


Photos:


Not - These were actually out of the fridge so not as 'fresh'.. i forgot to take a photo just after i cooked them.

Tips/Hints:

You dont really need the rice as they would be nice to have at a dinner party as cocktail food... but i like rice with out much sauce... Plus the marinate drips into the rice giving it a nice flavour.


Recipe from a couple of Thermomix Cooking Classes here in Perth

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Re: Thai Chicken Skewers
« Reply #1 on: November 27, 2008, 10:39:02 pm »
Sounds great - good to have more Varoma recipes.

Did the chicken on the base of the Varoma cook faster than those on the tray?  I have seen a difference with speeds of cooking at the 2 levels on my machine.
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