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something cheesy

so i love to cook with a cheese called kiri or philli  it make a delicious dish  .... so the many way i do it is

 

i make the sauce

 

chicken breast (as many as you like)

1/2 onions

mushrooms

white pepper /salt/ginger

and kiri/philli cheese

 

here are two pics of a sauce i make with them



 

 

in the first pic the chicken breasts are sliced into two and pre cooked a little before beginning the sauce and half way through the sauce i added them to finish them

in the second pic it is cut in to small pieces and fried a little with the onion and mushrooms and then add the spices

when the sauce is near finished add your cheese and lower the heat and allow to simmer until the sauce has become thicker

 

the first pic i make this with lataka`s recipe here

and what i do is put one of the lataka`s first then a little sauce then a piece of chicken the some more sauce and then another lataka and sauce and i end it with a piece of chicken on top and pour some more sauce over it

 

sorry i have no pic i forgot to take it ..... insha`allah when i make it again i will add the pic

now i also made it with some mash



 

the second type of sauce is just used with rice

 

 

 

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