Diced Chicken Southeast Asian Style


The distinctive taste of southeastern Asian cooking comes from the merging of all five of the palatable tastes; sour, salty, sweet, spicy and bitter. Journeyetc.

Southeast Asian region, countries like Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, and Filipino islands are a melting pot of flavors and plenty of exotic ingredients, like coconut milk, Thai basil, fish sauce, chillies. The region stretches east from India and Bangladesh to the southern border of China, encompassing the mainland countries of Burma, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, and the island countries of Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines.


#Marinade:#Sauce:
  1. Clean and cut the chicken into small dices, add in marinade and let stand for 30 minutes. Chop the dried chillies. Mix the ingredients for the sauce and set aside.
  2. Heat up a wok or a pan with 1-2 tablespoons of oil, add in chicken and stir until the colour changed. Add in spring onions and chillies, stirring briefly and pour in prepared sauce. Stir until mixed. Switch off the heat and sprinkle dried basil over. Stir until combined. Transfer to a serving dish and served with steamed rice.

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29 comments:

doggybloggy 18/7/09 15:20

I got the code up and running - thanks.

are you a trained chef? cooking has been a passion of mine my whole life ...

thisw chicken sounds and looks so tasty!

beautiful garnish.

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nora@ffr 18/7/09 16:44

hey angie m loving that red chinese bowl seen behind. the dish sound amazing.. drooling already.. hehe

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Cooking Asshole 18/7/09 17:05

Your plating is out of this world.

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♥peachkins♥ 18/7/09 18:06

beautiful! beautiful chicken dish! I love it!

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Sweta 18/7/09 18:24

Beautiful-the garnish and the dish!!

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Angie's Recipes 18/7/09 18:30

@doggybloggy
I am not a trained chef. :-) But I take that as a complimentary.
@Nora
Thanks, they are the X'mas present from my parent-in-law.
@Alex, Peachkin
I am glad that you like how I put them together...:-)

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pigpigscorner 18/7/09 18:30

Love cooking with basil, so flavourful!

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Katy ~ 18/7/09 19:04

Angie, this looks positively fabulous! Oh, I am so imagining and enjoying all the wonderful flavors in this. Perfect!

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Chow and Chatter 18/7/09 19:27

this sounds wonderful will keep this one in mind great flavours

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HannahBanana aka Amanda 18/7/09 21:05

Wow...gorgeous! Pat yourself on the back for this one! I have put it aside to make for my husband when he is home next! He'll love it!
Thanks!

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Chef E 18/7/09 22:57

Your dishes always are presented, and look so delicious! I actually was think of making myself a Basil Beef salad tonight for dinner, and now I know I must, or I will be thinking of this dish all night! No chicken in the house though :)

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girlichef 19/7/09 02:38

This looks absolutely delicious, Angie!! Just thinking of the flavors has my mouth watering :D

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lisaiscooking 19/7/09 02:59

Your chicken looks fantastic! I love all those flavors.

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Christina Kim 19/7/09 03:43

Sounds so tasty! I've never heard of maggi sauce... very interesting!

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Reeni♥ 19/7/09 03:51

This looks like a dish I would absolutely love! I have everything except the Maggi sauce? I'm not sure what that is or what I could substitute for it.

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Angie's Recipes 19/7/09 06:20

@Reeni, Christina
Maggi is a Nestlé brand of sauces, ketchups, seasonings, etc. etc. .
It is a sauce which is very similar to light soya sauce (dark soya sauce is more for browning) without actually containing soya, and it tastes slighter sweeter.
Here is the USA home page: Maggi Seasoning
@Rebecca, Amanda, Lisa, Chef, girlichef, Katy, pigpigscorner
Thank you for stopping by! :-)

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My Asian Kitchen 19/7/09 07:31

love this chicken dish!! I can eat 2 big plates rice with this chicken dish!! love your presentation!!

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nyonya pendek melaka 19/7/09 10:33

this is a nice yet simple stir fry that looks so delicious!

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Donna-FFW 19/7/09 13:33

Angie!! This looks absoltely wonderful. I love the ingredients, the colors, the presentation. Its perfection on a plate. SO nicely done!

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Yasmeen 19/7/09 14:42

I love the seasoning,dish made me hungry :P

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nora@ffr 19/7/09 20:42

love the finishing touches made here also the photography.. you rili have got talent angie! keep it up :) made this diced chiken for lunch today and everybody loved it. all the credits goes to u angie!! thanx :)

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Ivy 20/7/09 06:31

Sounds easy to make, healthy and delicious.

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Elin 20/7/09 09:54

Hi Angie,
Congrats..you are Today Top 9. Nice one. Thanks for sharing the recipe :) Looks yummy!

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Fearless Kitchen 20/7/09 21:05

This looks great! The combination of flavors is classic and delicious.

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Chef E 21/7/09 01:15

Hey I saw we both were on there and you are number one! Congrats...

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Ellie 21/7/09 02:24

Love the Maggi sauce!!! So classic!!

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My Little Space 21/7/09 10:30

Hi Angie, I'm sending you an award today. Thank you so much for sharing. You deserve it! Please check out my blog for the award, tq!

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Olga 22/7/09 17:24

Delicious. And I really like your red bowl.

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Sophie 25/7/09 23:36

MMMMMMMMMMM,....Angie! Your asian dish looks superb & so colourful!!

tasty!

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