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Spicy,Sweet and Sour Chicken

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I always enjoy cooking my chicken differently from the normal South Indian style.I came across this particular recipe in a All About Chinese Cooking book long back in Singapore. I have a habit of writing down the recipes of my choice before retuning the books back to the library.This semi-authentic Chinese dish- I just love the combination of the ingredients and the sauce contain great flavors-spicy,sourly and sweet. The combination of egg with cornflour really gives the chicken taste and lightly crunch too. My hubby like the taste very much.Go easy on the bird eye chillies..was definitely a very spicy dish and I had reserve some of the shallow fried chicken for my kids before adding to the sauce..just like nuggets..

Spicy, Sweet and Sour Chicken

Ingredients
Serving Size: 5

1 cup boneless skinless chicken cubed
1 red onions chopped roughly
1 tomato diced
4 slice ginger
1tbsp minced garlic
2 bird eye chillies halved crosswise
1 carrot diced
1 cucumber diced
1 green bell pepper diced
2tbsp cor…

Thin Curst Pizza

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The climates is getting worse as days passes and I'm freezing to death here...Oh boy I cannot stand the cold as it sends chills down my spine..Climate is Dallas is much better than in Owasso...I can never forgot those days back there without electricity for ten days. Pizza my son's and hubby's choice of comfort for this winter seasons..I normally used to prepare my dough at home but this time I'm using the help of store brought dough. Having it in our cozy home environment with your loved one and of course with your favorite movie.

Thin Crust Pizza

Ingredients
Serving Size: 5

1 tin Pillsbury Pizza dough

For the tomato sauce:2 garlic clove finely minced1 medium onion finely chopped1 large tomato finely chopped3 slice thick bacon finely chopped(optional)1 cup crushed tomato1tbsp Mrs. Dash Seasoning Blendsalt and pepper to taste
Preparation Methods:
Coat a non-stick wok with 1tbsp oil and add the bacon and garlic. Stir until the bacon release it's fat- then add the chopped…