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Wednesday, 4 November 2020

Chinese Rice Wine And Chicken Soup For Dinner

One rainy evening, I cooked drunken chicken soup with Chinese rice wine which I bought from the nearby grocery shop. The craving for this soup started after my elder son sent me a picture of the drunken chicken soup he cooked using the Chinese rice wine a colleague gave to me. There was no home made rice wine in the house, so I went to buy a bottle from the shop.

I chopped 4 chicken legs into bite sizes, julienned old ginger and soaked wood fungus. First, I heat up some sesame oil in the pot, stir fried ginger and wood fungus over medium low heat. Then add in the chicken and stir to mix until chicken turned colour. Then I poured in the whole bottle of rice wine and add a bottle of plain water. Let it simmer until cooked and add salt to taste.
A plate of sauteed winged beans with garlic and salt and the drunken chicken soup for dinner.
After cooking, I sent a bowl of drunken chicken soup to our friend.
Since we didn't want any rice or noodle, we were able to finish the drunken chicken soup.
White and purple Periwinkles in front of my house.
Love the pure white with yellow centres Periwinkles.


My advice to you is to buy pure gold from me,

gold purified by fire - only then will you truly be rich.

And to purchase from me white garments, clean and pure,

so you won't be naked and ashamed;

and to get medicine from me to heal your eyes

and give you back your sight.

(Revelation 3:18, The Living Bible-TLB)

60 comments:

  1. Beautiful Periwinkles. From your garden? The sauteed winged beans looks yummy.

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    1. In my front garden. The periwinkles self propagated.

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  2. I love drunken chicken soup!
    Beautiful periwinkles, Nancy.

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  3. I like the drunken chicken soup! so nourishing!

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  4. I never cook drunken chicken. I will try it one day.

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  5. These flowers are so beautiful. Thank you for sharing.

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  6. Drunken chicken soup I've never heard of before, sounds interesting.

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  7. Loved the soup and that white flower

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  8. No conocía este tipo de sopa. De un país a otro las costumbres culinarias son bien distintas.

    Están preciosa las flores que tienes frente a tu casa.

    Que tengas un buen día.

    Besos

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  9. ...there are so many ways to enjoy chicken.

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    1. Yes and one of the way is chicken soup cooked in wine.

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  10. Fantastic post! 

    Kisses :)   

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  11. Nice flowers 😊 thanks for your sharing 😊

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  12. I'm coming to your house for dinner. Beautiful flowers too.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Nancy. ♥

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    1. You are welcome, Sandee. Have a wonderful week.

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  13. Sounds like an interesting recipe. Love your flowers.

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  14. oh goodness me....so delightful! Especially the green beans! One of my favs!

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  15. Lovely flowers. Did you plant them? Wine chicken dish is our favourite dish too. You are such a good cook!

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    1. I planted the flowers and now they are self propagating all over the place.

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  16. Love the periwinkles and delicious here as always :)

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  17. during cold seasons, chicken soup is one of good foods...yummy.

    Have a wonderful morning.

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  18. What's not to love about a soup called drunken chicken. The periwinkles are lovely.

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  19. Chicken soup, yum yum. Love the periwinkles. Keep safe, Diane

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  20. That's a fun name for a soup. Beautiful periwinkles!

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  21. Your food always looks so delicious! And the flowers are so simple but still beautiful.

    It's great to see your link at 'My Corner of the World' this week!

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  22. Interesante siempre tus comidas. Besos.

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  23. Drunken chicken,lol. Very tasty wine chicken soup, yums! In SG, past few days also keep raining, heavy rain.

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    1. Thank you, Libby. Drunken chicken soup is great for raining days.

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  24. Oh wow totally a fan of that drunken chicken soup! Sounds easy enough from the way you described the recipe... I must try cooking it one day.

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    1. Thank you, Stacy. Actually quite easy to cook this dish.

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