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This week's featured Food Friday player is ...

Ms. Oggi, with her Sicilian Pork Skin Roll-ups post on her blog, I Can Do That!

This is the first time I've heard of this dish and honestly, am curious. Ms. Oggi never fails to amaze me with her culinary skills and that's why I am an avid fan of her and her blog. If  you want to know what I'm talking about, then don't hesitate - click the picture above!
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I love cooking but I don't like fussing too much. Specially like it when I cook stuffs in one pot and I get around two "dishes" out of it. lol. That's me being lazy. I guess. :D

My dish for this week is Fried Chicken with Mushroom and Green Beans. Not too sure if that's right, but ... here it is:


Ingredients:

  • Chicken (cut into serving pieces)
  • Dried mushrooms (which I soaked overnight in water, then sliced; you may use fresh)
  • green beans
  • your favorite breading mix (I used Crispy Fry), cooking oil for frying
  • salt, pepper, Italian Seasoning, ginger and garlic (both crushed), milk, cornstarch/water mixture



Procedure:

  • Place the chicken pieces, sliced mushrooms, salt, pepper, Italian Seasoning, ginger, and garlic in a pot filled with water. Let boil, then simmer for around twenty minutes; just until the chicken is cooked through. Remove the chicken pieces, then set aside.
  • Meanwhile, continue simmering, then when it's half the amount it originally was, add milk/cream. Add the cleaned green beans then remove after about four minutes (doesn't take too long to cook). Set aside. Add the water/cornstarch mixture to thicken the remaining liquid. Adjust seasoning.
  • Coat the chicken with the breading mix, then fry.
  • Assemble everything on the plate: fried chicken, mushroom/green beans with sauce, and rice.
  • Dig in!



Sometimes I just add some veggies into the pot (after removing the chicken) and that becomes our soup. The chicken would be cooked (either baked or fried) further, since my sons prefer crunchy chicken. Me, I don't mind, really. As long as it agrees with my taste buds, then it's all good! :D

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7 shared thoughts:

Tetcha Figuerres at: Fri Nov 23, 01:52:00 PM GMT+8 said...

Sicilian Pork Skin Roll-ups, that's a nice name for a pork dish, and my son likes crunchy chicken as well, just like your boys.

Luna Miranda at: Fri Nov 23, 04:15:00 PM GMT+8 said...

i really like this, Mai...simple and easy, my kind of cooking.:p

Oggi's Sicilian Pork Skin Rollups look fantastic. i don't know why i missed it---i had pork skin a few days ago...my brother made kinilaw.:p

maiylah at: Fri Nov 23, 06:50:00 PM GMT+8 said...

@Tetcha: i guess most kids (and even adults) love crispy chicken :)

@LM: yeah, less fuss the better! lol

thanks so much for playing again, ladies! much appreciated <3
happy weekend!

Oggi at: Sat Nov 24, 01:20:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Thanks for featuring the rollup.:)

Oh the meal looks yummy and it's clever to stew the chicken with the vegetables first before frying. Gagayahin ko nga.

maiylah at: Sat Nov 24, 11:26:00 AM GMT+8 said...

@Ms. Oggi: happy that inLinkz chose you again; you were the first featured player! really love your food blog :)

thanks again for playing!
happy weekend <3

Nicholas V. at: Sat Nov 24, 02:06:00 PM GMT+8 said...

Yum! All look good...
Thanks for hosting

maiylah at: Sun Nov 25, 11:08:00 AM GMT+8 said...

@Nick: and thank you! :)

enjoy your weekend!

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