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Chicken Tinola Without Onion

Updated on December 28, 2014

Rate Chicken Tinola as a Main Dish

5 stars from 2 ratings of Chicken Tinola

Cook Time

Prep time: 30 min
Cook time: 1 hour
Ready in: 1 hour 30 min
Yields: Serves six people

Ingredients

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Ginger cut into stripsMinced GarlicCooking oilGreen papayaHot pepper leaves
Ginger cut into strips
Ginger cut into strips | Source
Minced Garlic
Minced Garlic | Source
Cooking oil
Cooking oil | Source
Green papaya
Green papaya | Source
Hot pepper leaves
Hot pepper leaves | Source

Ingredients

  • 6 pieces Chicken wings, chopped
  • 2 cups rice washing
  • 1 piece green papaya, cut into wedges
  • 1 tbsp garlic, minced
  • 1 thumb ginger, cut into strips
  • 2 tbsp salt or fish sauce
  • 1 cup hot pepper leaves

Chili Pepper Leaves

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Cooking Instructions

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Sauté giingerSauté garlicsimmer chicken with green papaya
Sauté giinger
Sauté giinger | Source
Sauté garlic
Sauté garlic | Source
simmer chicken with green papaya
simmer chicken with green papaya | Source

Cooking Instructions:

  1. Sauté the ginger on five tablespoons of cooking oil until it turns light brown.
  2. Sauté the garlic and wait until it turns light brown.
  3. Pour-in a cup or two cups of rice washing and simmer it for 20 minutes. If in a hurry, you could also use two cups of hot water.
  4. Add the green papaya and simmer for five minutes. If papaya is unavailable, you could use Chayote or Opo Squash as an alternative.
  5. Then add salt or fish sauce to taste.
  6. Put the hot pepper leaves and simmer for a minute. If hot pepper leaves is unavailable, you could use malunggay leaves as an alternative.
  7. Serve the chicken tinola with hot rice.

Why does onion is not included on this meal?

This meal is very popular in the Philippines. It's an authentic Filipino dish mostly served during cold seasons.

I don't include onions on the Chicken Tinola I serve. It's because aside from this meal, I will also prepare a hot porridge for my kids which includes the chicken saute with garlic and ginger. We don't put onions on the rice porridge.

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Chicken tinola served with hot rice
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Chicken tinola served with hot rice
Chicken tinola served with hot rice | Source

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    • PinoyMom profile image
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      Shiela Gerona 3 years ago from Philippines

      Thank you @colorfultone

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      Susie Lehto 3 years ago from Minnesota

      Thank you for sharing your hot recipe.

      This might be for the brave.:)

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      Shiela Gerona 3 years ago from Philippines

      yes @peachpurple - this is the popular chicken stew in our country

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      peachy 3 years ago from Home Sweet Home

      do you have the popular chicken stew in your country?

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      Shiela Gerona 3 years ago from Philippines

      Thank you @csmiravite-blogs and Happy New Year too.

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      Consolacion Miravite 3 years ago from Philippines

      This is a another version of cooking the iconic tinola. I prefer it though, with onions, as I've been used to having it whenever this cuisine is cooked at home.

      Nonetheless, I'll try this version one of these days. Yummy!

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      Shiela Gerona 3 years ago from Philippines

      Thank you @thelmaalberts . You must be missing Filipino cuisine. Advance Happy New Year too.

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      Thelma Alberts 3 years ago from Germany

      Yummy! I have not eaten that chicken tinola for a long time. Now you make me hungry.

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      Shiela Gerona 3 years ago from Philippines

      Thank you @peachpurple

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      peachy 3 years ago from Home Sweet Home

      oh, this is all in one stew, I would love to try but first i need to get unripe papaya

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      Shiela Gerona 3 years ago from Philippines

      Thank you @Joyfulcrown - traditional chicken is best for this type of recipe. It's better to cook the chicken on low heat. The slow cooking process produces the natural flavor of the chicken. Green pepper leaves are popular in our country. I have included a photo of it on this hub. Thank you for appreciating my hub.

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      Joyfulcrown 3 years ago

      I would love to make this for my parents. Can you tell me a bit more about pepper leaves?

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      Shiela Gerona 3 years ago from Philippines

      Thank you @SusanaRecipes and @BillyBuc and happy holidays to you and your family.

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      Bill Holland 3 years ago from Olympia, WA

      Thank you for the recipe and Happy Holidays to you and yours.

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      Susan 3 years ago from India

      Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe.

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