Posts Tagged ‘chicken’
When it comes to curry, you can’t go wrong with coconut milk. It’s a kitchen staple in Thai cuisine, and it’s one of the ingredients (along with coriander, fish sauce, and shrimp paste) that make Thai dishes taste distinctively. . . Thai. In other words, if you want authentic Thai curries, then coconut milk is a must. The ingredient gives curry a nice thick consistency as well as a delicate hint of sweetness that other ingredients can’t truly replicate.
There used to be a time when I used to eat rotisserie chicken for dinner on a daily basis. It wasn’t entirely my fault why I ended up that way- I was too busy working overtime and was just too tired to prepare anything for dinner at the end of the day. The rotisserie chicken stall was just a few paces away from my office, and their chicken offerings were pretty cheap. I just chopped the chicken up and eat it with rice, in sandwiches, or add it to my salads.
If you’re like many typical homeowners, you may not know the difference between knives or knife sets. After all, don’t all knives serve the same purpose?
If this is how you’ve always thought about knives, you couldn’t be more mistaken.