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Philips Pressure Cooker Recipe Green Daikon Soup with Black Chicken

Pressure Cooked Green Daikon Soup with Black Chicken 1
The Ingredients

Have been a fan of daikon soup all this while and just love the subtle taste. But at recent I found the present of green daikon at the wet market and decided to own one. Upon getting home, I just had it peeled and pressure cooked it with half black chicken, red dates, dried longan and a handful of wolfberries. I filled the pressure pot with about 3 large soup bowl of water.

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James Barker Cocktails at Rils Bangsar

Rils Bangsar
Mixologist James Barker

Getting a call and to be prompt at site for a tasting don’t come by so often but I did get a house call recently. i was invited to have a personal session with charming mixologist James Barker at the Rils Bangsar. We had the session just upstair of one of the top steak house in Kuala Lumpur. My experience with James Barker was an exciting journey of cocktail drinks.

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Recipe Black Chicken Soup with Chinese Herbs

Black Chicken Soup

Having the grocer near by can be such a handy thing to have. Such a damn convenient thing to have. A short drive and pick up your stuff fresh, having them cooked instantly is indeed something remarkable. This time I pick up the Black Chicken, petite as it is compared to a whole chicken. Here it was tucked nicely in the cold shelf. It is difficult to resist of not taking it back for a soup feast. Having some dry Chinese roots stashed nicely in the fridge is a must as it can so handy at all times. A bit of each can create a tasteful bowl of delicious warm soup and I just did that.

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Recipe Chinese Pear Soup with Pork Ribs Chinese Dates and Wolfberries

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I know. I am full of delight, why? Well having to be the proud owner of a Philip Electric Pressure Cooker can be so fabulous. Yeah, you may think that I am rather crazy but churning out fabulous delicious food can be so rewarding. Ever since I had it with me I had been churning out from one recipe to another one, well it’s fun and its so cool! It is easy, slicky clean and makes myself feels so funky. Foremost I can express my ideas and also release my stress too sometimes. Effortless and having the good food on the table. Yes not forgetting to cook and to impress too. Today I am sharing my first recipe with you, my simple Chinese Pear Soup with Pork Ribs Chinese Dates and Wolfberries.

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