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Chicken Congee Recipe

Chicken Congee Recipe



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In a medium pot, combine the rice, water, chicken bones, ginger, garlic, green onion, onion and bring to a boil over high heat. Skim off any scum or foam that rises to the surface.

Reduce heat to low and cover. Simmer for 1 hour, stirring occasionally so that the rice doesn’t stick to the bottom of pot and burn. If using chicken thighs, remove them after 20 minutes and scrape off the meat and shred or chop. Set the meat aside and return the bones to the pot. Continue cooking for another 40 minutes or so.

When the rice grains are swollen and the mixture is as thick as oatmeal, the congee is ready. If it gets too thick, add more water. If it’s too thin, cook it until it reaches the desired smoothness and thickness.

Remove the bones, ginger, garlic, green onion and onion. Add soy sauce, salt, and white pepper to taste.


Bubur Ayam - Chicken Congee

Congee is comfort food for most Asian and there is a wide variety depending on countries and regions. Today I am going to focus on Indonesian bubur ayam - chicken congee.

This version of congee is the kind you find being sold by hawkers at almost every side street in the country. If you ever visit Indonesia, you must give it a try even at the risk of stomach discomfort!

My tip to staying safe from eating side street food is to stick to the ones crowded with mobs of hungry buyers. Those usually sell delicious food at a very reasonable price and with minimal risk from getting food poisoning.

If you want to try at your own home, you can, of course, follow this recipe :)

Bubur Ayam - Chicken Congee


Bubur Ayam - Chicken Congee

Congee is comfort food for most Asian and there is a wide variety depending on countries and regions. Today I am going to focus on Indonesian bubur ayam - chicken congee.

This version of congee is the kind you find being sold by hawkers at almost every side street in the country. If you ever visit Indonesia, you must give it a try even at the risk of stomach discomfort!

My tip to staying safe from eating side street food is to stick to the ones crowded with mobs of hungry buyers. Those usually sell delicious food at a very reasonable price and with minimal risk from getting food poisoning.

If you want to try at your own home, you can, of course, follow this recipe :)

Bubur Ayam - Chicken Congee


Bubur Ayam - Chicken Congee

Congee is comfort food for most Asian and there is a wide variety depending on countries and regions. Today I am going to focus on Indonesian bubur ayam - chicken congee.

This version of congee is the kind you find being sold by hawkers at almost every side street in the country. If you ever visit Indonesia, you must give it a try even at the risk of stomach discomfort!

My tip to staying safe from eating side street food is to stick to the ones crowded with mobs of hungry buyers. Those usually sell delicious food at a very reasonable price and with minimal risk from getting food poisoning.

If you want to try at your own home, you can, of course, follow this recipe :)

Bubur Ayam - Chicken Congee


Bubur Ayam - Chicken Congee

Congee is comfort food for most Asian and there is a wide variety depending on countries and regions. Today I am going to focus on Indonesian bubur ayam - chicken congee.

This version of congee is the kind you find being sold by hawkers at almost every side street in the country. If you ever visit Indonesia, you must give it a try even at the risk of stomach discomfort!

My tip to staying safe from eating side street food is to stick to the ones crowded with mobs of hungry buyers. Those usually sell delicious food at a very reasonable price and with minimal risk from getting food poisoning.

If you want to try at your own home, you can, of course, follow this recipe :)

Bubur Ayam - Chicken Congee


Bubur Ayam - Chicken Congee

Congee is comfort food for most Asian and there is a wide variety depending on countries and regions. Today I am going to focus on Indonesian bubur ayam - chicken congee.

This version of congee is the kind you find being sold by hawkers at almost every side street in the country. If you ever visit Indonesia, you must give it a try even at the risk of stomach discomfort!

My tip to staying safe from eating side street food is to stick to the ones crowded with mobs of hungry buyers. Those usually sell delicious food at a very reasonable price and with minimal risk from getting food poisoning.

If you want to try at your own home, you can, of course, follow this recipe :)

Bubur Ayam - Chicken Congee


Bubur Ayam - Chicken Congee

Congee is comfort food for most Asian and there is a wide variety depending on countries and regions. Today I am going to focus on Indonesian bubur ayam - chicken congee.

This version of congee is the kind you find being sold by hawkers at almost every side street in the country. If you ever visit Indonesia, you must give it a try even at the risk of stomach discomfort!

My tip to staying safe from eating side street food is to stick to the ones crowded with mobs of hungry buyers. Those usually sell delicious food at a very reasonable price and with minimal risk from getting food poisoning.

If you want to try at your own home, you can, of course, follow this recipe :)

Bubur Ayam - Chicken Congee


Bubur Ayam - Chicken Congee

Congee is comfort food for most Asian and there is a wide variety depending on countries and regions. Today I am going to focus on Indonesian bubur ayam - chicken congee.

This version of congee is the kind you find being sold by hawkers at almost every side street in the country. If you ever visit Indonesia, you must give it a try even at the risk of stomach discomfort!

My tip to staying safe from eating side street food is to stick to the ones crowded with mobs of hungry buyers. Those usually sell delicious food at a very reasonable price and with minimal risk from getting food poisoning.

If you want to try at your own home, you can, of course, follow this recipe :)

Bubur Ayam - Chicken Congee


Bubur Ayam - Chicken Congee

Congee is comfort food for most Asian and there is a wide variety depending on countries and regions. Today I am going to focus on Indonesian bubur ayam - chicken congee.

This version of congee is the kind you find being sold by hawkers at almost every side street in the country. If you ever visit Indonesia, you must give it a try even at the risk of stomach discomfort!

My tip to staying safe from eating side street food is to stick to the ones crowded with mobs of hungry buyers. Those usually sell delicious food at a very reasonable price and with minimal risk from getting food poisoning.

If you want to try at your own home, you can, of course, follow this recipe :)

Bubur Ayam - Chicken Congee


Bubur Ayam - Chicken Congee

Congee is comfort food for most Asian and there is a wide variety depending on countries and regions. Today I am going to focus on Indonesian bubur ayam - chicken congee.

This version of congee is the kind you find being sold by hawkers at almost every side street in the country. If you ever visit Indonesia, you must give it a try even at the risk of stomach discomfort!

My tip to staying safe from eating side street food is to stick to the ones crowded with mobs of hungry buyers. Those usually sell delicious food at a very reasonable price and with minimal risk from getting food poisoning.

If you want to try at your own home, you can, of course, follow this recipe :)

Bubur Ayam - Chicken Congee


Bubur Ayam - Chicken Congee

Congee is comfort food for most Asian and there is a wide variety depending on countries and regions. Today I am going to focus on Indonesian bubur ayam - chicken congee.

This version of congee is the kind you find being sold by hawkers at almost every side street in the country. If you ever visit Indonesia, you must give it a try even at the risk of stomach discomfort!

My tip to staying safe from eating side street food is to stick to the ones crowded with mobs of hungry buyers. Those usually sell delicious food at a very reasonable price and with minimal risk from getting food poisoning.

If you want to try at your own home, you can, of course, follow this recipe :)

Bubur Ayam - Chicken Congee