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Claypot Chicken Rice

Claypot Chicken Rice


2 cups rice (300g)

2 cups water (350ml)

2 chicken drumsticks (300g)

5 dried Shitake mushrooms

2 dried Chinese sausages

2 stalks mustard greens

50g salted fish

Marinade for Chicken:

1 tbsp oyster sauce

1 tbsp dark soya sauce

1 tsp sesame oil

1/2 tbsp ginger juice

1 tbsp Chinese rice wine

a dash of pepper

1 tsp cornflour


1.  Soak mushrooms in warm water till softened.  Cut off  stalks,  drain and squeeze dry.

2.  Wash sausages and cut each into 6 to 8 pieces.  Wash vegetables and cut into pieces.

3.  Fry salted fish in a little oil till crispy and crumble into small pieces.

4.  Wash and cut chicken drumsticks into pieces.  Mix with marinade and salted fish and set aside for 30 minutes.

5.  Wash rice, drain and put into the claypot with the water and 1 tbsp of Maggi concentrated chicken stock.  Bring to the boil over high heat.  When steam holes appear on rice, add the chicken, mushrooms and sausages.

6.  Cover claypot  and continue to cook over low heat for another 15 to 20 minutes till chicken is cooked.

7.  Add vegetables on top, cover and cook for a further 5 minutes.  Remove from heat and let stand for 10 minutes.

8.  Mix well before serving and drizzle some dark soya sauce over the rice. 

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July 5th, 2007 Posted by | Rice and Noodles | 16 comments


  1. Thanks Rose for the claypot chicken rice, its delicious and i’m going to try again.

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    Comment by lauzar theresa | November 20, 2007

  2. My pleasure Theresa, glad you enjoyed it.

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    Comment by rose | December 2, 2007

  3. hello Rose,
    i hope you are doing well 🙂
    loved to browse your website ! there are so many of my favorite recipes here !!!!
    I wanted to try this Claypot-Chicken rice but i dunno which Chinese sausages and salted fish to buy from the chinese supermarkts here in NL,do you have any recommendation ?

    Thanks in advance


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    Comment by A | December 4, 2007

  4. Rose,
    Thanks so much for the recipe. I am also a breast cancer survivor like you .


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    Comment by Judy | February 14, 2008

  5. Hi Rose,

    Do you have a receipe for green onion pancakes or any dim sum dishes?

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    Comment by Lei | February 14, 2008

  6. Hi Rose,
    I enjoy reading your blog and your recipes is great.

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    Comment by Stephanie Lim | July 28, 2008

  7. Hi Rose,
    this recipe was delicious. thank you!

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    Comment by Brian | August 20, 2008

  8. Dear Rose,
    We probably of the same age. I come across your site today and find a kind heart in your blog. I am touched by your generosity in sharing recipes.
    Bless you.
    Jo Tee

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    Comment by jo tee | August 24, 2008

  9. hi Jo,
    Thanks for your encouragement. I will definitely put up more recipes for you all to enjoy.

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    Comment by rose | September 3, 2008

  10. Hi Your recipe looks good. Which store can I buy an unglazed claypot.


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    Comment by Monica | September 30, 2008

  11. Very nice that I tried, next time
    with a bit of salted fish for that intensification of flavour, used glutinous rice which was every bit as good.

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    Comment by Epicurean | December 11, 2008

  12. Hi Rose, I am sharing with you my rice cooker chicken rice, ^^

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    Comment by dolphing | January 28, 2009

  13. Hallo ! Thx for the idea of add fried salted fish , otherwise just likes my mum cooking ! Are you from Singapore ? Thanks you .

    Regards Kang Lee

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    Comment by Kang Lee Holldorf | March 30, 2009

  14. Dear Rose,

    I stumbled upon your website by chance while searching for the Chicken Claypot recipe. Thanks for sharing, you obviously have a passion for cooking & are very good at it, judging from your recipes.

    I am sorry about to hear about your misforune but am glad you have recovered. Stay focus, healthy and be happy. I wish you well.

    I will certainly try out your recipes. Thank you!

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    Comment by Evelyn Khoo | June 2, 2011

  15. I’ve been eating this in the hawker centre but I have never tried cooking it myself. I think its about time I made one myself.

    Thanks Rose.

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    Comment by Jack | July 11, 2011

  16. Dear Rose

    Thank you for sharing your recipes. I am trying the Claypot chix today.

    May God keep you happy and healthy,

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    Comment by Minny Mei | November 19, 2011

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