Chicken Embedded In Your Rice
Chicken mixed in with rice can give an amazing flavour and dynamic to your dish. Your dish will grow in size and may expand into triple or even quadruple the size when mixing in some ground chicken, that can be made by dicing your chicken into small pieces and making sure it is thoroughly mixed into your food.
My chef friend Mr Dorgov is an expert at mixing rice and chicken together to produce some of the finest dishes that world has experienced. Mr Dorgov suggests using a rice cooker found at RiceCookerWorld.net to first cook the rice and make sure it is soft enough to be eaten. Once it is softened and made to an edible level, you can then begin to mix in the chicken. Making sure that your chicken is cooked and does not have salmonella is a key thought when making these foods.
Alongside your dishes you can use a gravy made from some granules that you can buy at Loblaws, the pricing may vary but often times you can purchase a combo of granules and your rice cooker at Loblaws for a cheap price of around 150 dollars.
Once you find the ideal rice cooker for you, Mr Dorgov recommends learning it by producing some dishes that are not for you, but instead for your children. Children don’t care what it tastes like, so therefore you can provide them sub-par rice, and they will happily eat it, given that it is made by you, with Mr Dorgovs advice.
Chicken on it’s own may not produce a full bowel, but using rice mixed in with your chicken will add fibre to your diet, and produce a full intestine and bowel, this however can be a problem for your toilet, as it will be produce a large excrement. Rice however has many health benefits and although it may cause problems for your toilet, your stomach will appreciate the good food, and will reward you tons of energy for your daily activities. HOWEVER it is key that you utilise a rice cooker, and not any other method for cooking your food, as this will produce the best results.