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Hainanese Chicken Rice

Story of Hainanese Chicken Rice

Singapore’s national dish comprises chicken meat and rice cooked in chicken stock, served alongside sliced cucumbers and a medley of dips which create an explosion of flavours with every bite. Even the late celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain is known to be a huge fan of this dish! Hainanese chicken rice’s humble origins can be traced back to the south of China, where migrants from the Hainan region who came to Singapore found a way to stretch out the flavours of a chicken as they lived under frugal circumstances.
The traditional way of making Hainanese chicken rice involves poaching a whole chicken below boiling temperature and then dipping it in ice before hanging it to dry — but our recipe recreates the great taste of this dish with far less effort. Just don’t forget to accompany it with chili-garlic-ginger dip and sweet soy sauce (kecap manis) for the ultimate taste sensation!

Fresh ingredients in Hainanese Chicken Rice

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Chicken Breast

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Chicken Marinade

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Chicken Stock

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Coriander

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Cucumber

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Garlic

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Ginger

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Jasmine Rice

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Lime

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Pandan Leaves

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Red Chilli

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Red Onion