I really don’t have a specific name for this dish as I cooked it without any particular recipe in mind. I looked at the fridge and checked the meats stocked inside. There are pork, beef and chicken inside, I took out the chicken and for a while thought that frying is the easiest way to cook it, but I’m feeling a little inspired today to concoct something out of what I just have in the kitchen.
Okay, I would be needing some veggies and flavorings for the ingredients. Checking the pantry; we have soy sauce, oyster sauce, Worcestershire, salt and pepper for seasonings, fine. How about the veggies? I don’t have any in the chiller, yup, I haven’t been in the market for sometime due to bad weather as it was raining almost everyday. Good thing, the vegetable vendor who regularly passes by our place came by. I bought potatoes and bell pepper, with these plus some of the seasonings in the pantry I can create something new from scratch, I hope… lol.
So here we go!
For the ingredients:
- Chicken – approx. 1 kilo – chopped into serving sizes
- Bell pepper – julienne
- 3-4 med. size potatoes – quartered
- 1 med. size onion – minced
- 2 tbsp. soy sauce
- 1 tbsp. oyster sauce
- 1 tbsp. brown sugar
- salt and pepper to taste
- 1 cup water
In a deep sauce pan, mix all the ingredients – chicken, onion, soy sauce, oyster sauce, bell pepper, brown sugar,1 cup of water and ground pepper. Simmer until the chicken is cooked, add a little water if needed when you put the potatoes, simmer again until potatoes are done and stock reduced to sauce. Taste it and add salt if needed.
Note: you can add more or lessen the amount of seasonings according to your taste as there are no exact measurement when I cook, I just put it for your guidance.
Happy cooking, hope you like it…