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Thursday, December 18, 2014

Christmas Cooking with Philips & Chef Zam - Ayam Percik

Mummy and I,
Went for Christmas Cooking workshop...
With Philips & Celebrity Chef Zam.....

In Silverspoon International College,
Which is located in Puchong...

The ingredients are prepared,
For Chef Zam and all the bloggers....

We enjoyed our cooking session...
Wearing our new apron...

First,
Cut the ingredients...
And blend it all together,
With Philips Blender...
So easy and convenient...

The finely blended ingredients in the sauce,
Are used to marinated the chicken....

Added in santan and water,
To the blended ingredient,
Cook and stir evenly....
Until it's thick...

After 20 minutes marinated in the fridge,
Put the whole chicken and bake the chicken,
With Philips AirFryer...
For 10 minutes at 150 Degree Celcius...

Pour sauce over baked chicken,
And bake for another 10 minutes,
And Ayam Percik is ready to serve....

Hop over to http://cre8tonekitchen.blogspot.com
For another 3 yummy food we cooked,
Together with Philips, Chef Zam and bloggers!~

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Christmas Cooking with Philips & Chef Zam - Cretan Kaltsounia & Banana Nutella Spring Rolls

17 comments:

Miera Nadhirah Tan said...

wow.. looked like you had a fabulous time!!! Truly awesome!!! can masak for us now lah... hehehe

Hina Naz said...

I am chicken lover so this dish is yummy. i am gonna try this

Rochkirstin Santos said...

I think my mom will also enjoy a cooking session like that. She's game to learn more recipes that she can prepare for our everyday meals. The chicken looked awesome!

Raine Pal said...

You are so very lucky to be with a Chef that has much experience in cooking food. A privilege not to be wasted.

Ace Paragoyo said...

Hope you can visit our country and we can share to you other chicken menu. Ayam Percik looks good and hope to try that someday.

Russ R. said...

Ooooh, that's what I'd call cooked-to-perfection. I'll make sure I check out the AirFryer soon. I have yet to get my Mom a Christmas present and have not decided yet. The AirFryer seems like a good choice.

Skinny Brokovich said...

It looks like you had a good time. The food looks ravishing. Enjoy the holidays

papaleng said...

wow! you are now a certified Chef. I go crazy for fried chicken and simply love to taste your yummy chicken.

Angelo The Explorer said...

I want that chicken so bad! They look delicious and well seasoned! Happy new year!

Fred Hawson said...

What is santan? Is it a spice? Is that hot or spicy? The santan I know from my country is a small flower.

Fyeah Hdr said...

That chicken looked divine! Glad you learned some awesome recipe!

Kelly Chin said...

the ayam percik looks so sedap. glad you attend this event

OY HZ said...

That looks like a fun event! Great that you attended.

eLaNaKcL said...

The chicken look so good. Moreover you marinated with fresh ingredients. Send some over to me pls.... Lol

Louise Banta said...

You baked the chicken? That's something new for me. And it looks delicious. You're lucky to have been taught by a chef.

Vanessa said...

Christmas cooking workshop seems like so much fun and can be a great family experience as well, I love the Christmas spirit recreated in these wonderful dishes.

Eliz Obih-Frank said...

What a wonderful way to spend the day. The finished dish looked so delicious and I bet it tasted just as good.

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