Dinner: Pilav – By Mogway Lavendel

Pic my Mogs

+- 400 gr Chicken breasts
1 large union
1 can of halved peaches
1 can of tomato paste
2 tea spoons of sambal (use more or less to control the spicyness of the dish)
4 table spoons of Ketjap Manis (Sweet soy sauce)

Pic by Mogs

Cut the union into pieces and saute it till its brown. Cut the chicken into pieces and bake them with the unions.
Add pepper and salt to taste.
In the meanwhile let the juice out of the peaches into a pan and add the same amount of water into the pan (so juice and water ratio are 1:1).
Add 4 table spoons of Ketjap Manis and the tomato paste to the pan with the sauce and bring it stirring to a boiling point, then at the sambal and again bring to a boiling point.
When the sauce has boiled add it to the meat and let it simmer for about 30 min.
meahwhile cut the peaches into small pieces.
After 30 min pour the sauce into a different pan from the meat.
Follow the instructions on the Cornflour pack and add cornflour to the sauce and let it boil for at least 1 min.
Prepare the rice as you are used to.
Add the sauce back with the meat again and add the peach pieces and let it simmer for another 1 or 2 min.
Serve the sauce on top of the rice.

Bon Appetite!

Pic by Mogs
It was yummy!

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