Coconut milk curry chicken and stir fry sawi

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I actually bought grated coconut and thought of making nin-kou. But after seeing the high price of nin-kou at pasar malam, I aborted the plan. I then used the grated coconut to make coconut milk.

I marinated half a chicken with coconut milk, some curry powder and curry leaves for 4 hours.

Then I blended garlic, onion, ginger and tomato. Stir fry the blended ingredients in oil before adding in the marinated chicken (including the marinate). I added more water into it for it to stew for 30-40 minutes.

Stir fry sawi – oil, garlic, leek, red pepper, sawi and leftover soup

We have some leftover soup to from yesterday’s old cucumber, carrot and apple chicken soup.

Today’s hubby’s last day off from the long holiday break. So, we went out. We had Texas chicken and burger.

For our girl, she had spiral pasta with fish sauce (pan fried fish fillet, cauliflower, Chinese cabbage, baby corn, garlic, leftover soup).

Celine Tan's photo.

It has been over a year since we started eating without salt & sauces at home. In fact, we spend majority of meals at home as it is difficult eating out with an active & easily distracted toddler.

And, my body, in particular, has been accustomed to it – to the extent, at times I have to puke (seriously vomit like morning sickness) after eating outside food. Not totally sure if this is good or bad.

This is my first time reading this article, but generally this is what I did over a year.

http://m.wikihow.com/Follow-a-Low-Sodium-Diet

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