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Labu masak lemak
Celery Salt
Nenek Fried Chicken
Southern Fried Chicken
For breakfast, just simple bread and butter for hubby with a glass of nescafe and for the kids, they prefer the cereals, which makes my job easier !

For lunch, I made Chicken Sambal (Chicken with chillie paste), Lemak Labu (Pumpkin with coconut milk, but I used fresh milk instead of coconut milk) and Nenek Fried Chicken. NENEK FRIED CHICKEN? Hehehe...actually, that was the name given to my mom's fried chicken.
Just clean the chicken and marinate with a bit of ginger, garlic, a bit of chillie paste, tumeric powder and salt. Then fry....wallah....Nenek Fried Chicken is ready!

There's another version of fried chicken that my children likes to eat. Southern Fried Chicken. Got this recipe from Haleema, a dear friend of mine, who had left to settle down in South Africa. Thanks Haleema and miss you lots !


Ingredients :

1/2 cup plain flour
1 tbsp chicken stock powder
3/4 teaspoon celery salt
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
1/2 teaspoon ground white pepper
2 tablespoons cornflakes crumbs

Method :
1. Marinate chicken with a bit of vineger, garlic paste, freshly crushed blackpepper and salt for at least 1/2 hour.
2. Mix all the other ingredients and coat chicken.
3. Fry till golden brown.

Note :
The remainder of the powder can be kept in an airtight container in the fridge.

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McMed >> Tq jengok mama kat sini dan tq nak ajar mama ye. Will be waiting. Prektis prektis ler memasak dari sekarang...practise makes perfect! Huhuhu....

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