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Lazy Hack All -in-1 Chicken Vegetable Hot Pot Stew

Updated on February 5, 2021
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Chicken Pot Roast
Chicken Pot Roast | Source

All-In-1 Hot Pot Stew

Yes, that is what I called it.

Dump all your ingredients into the pot and simmer them for 20-30minutes.

This is the best and easiest way to cook a quick chicken stew in a jiffy for 4 person family.

You don't need any side dishes because it is a combination of meat and vegetables plus tubers, packed with vitamins, minerals and fibers.

A simple pot roast of chicken is a family treat when you want to get all the goodness in the juicy chicken meat, absorb Vitamin A from soft boiled carrots, carbohydrates from the chunks of potatoes and Vitamin C from the French beans vegetable.

This quick and easy Chicken Pot Roast was taught by my mom. All you have to do is put all the ingredients into the pot and fill in sufficient water to cover up the ingredients. Simmer for at least 20min to 30min until the chicken meat and vegetables turn soft.

Chicken Pot Roast uses skinless chicken ribs and chicken keels with very little fats, a healthy dish for the whole family that goes well with plain white rice.

This is the best pot I ever had!

Stir fried onions, chicken meat do not stick onto the base of this ceramic pot.
Furthermore, it cooks pretty fast, less than 20 minutes and the food slide off easily into a shallow bowl.

Washing is a breeze, no scrubbing, just a simple wash with sponge will do


Cook Time

Prep time: 10 min
Cook time: 20 min
Ready in: 30 min
Yields: 4 people
Chicken keel and ribs
Chicken keel and ribs | Source
carrot, potatoes, bombay onion, cloves and French Beans
carrot, potatoes, bombay onion, cloves and French Beans | Source


  • 1/2 chicken-ribs and keel, chopped into convenient pieces
  • 4 cloves
  • salt, pepper, to taste
  • 1 tablespoon butter
  • 1/2 medium carrot, chunks
  • 2 medium potatoes, chunks
  • 1/2 bombay onion, quarters
  • 100g French Beans
  • 1 tablesppon dark soy sauce
  • 1 tablespoon light soy sauce
  • 2 teaspoon all spice powder
  • 2 clove garlic, minced
  • 2 slices ginger, minced
  • 2 bowls water

How to cook Chicken Pot Roast

  1. Wash and clean chicken well. Remove all chicken skins and extra yellow fats on the meat. Cut them into convenient pieces. Add in salt, pepper, all spice, minced garlic with ginger, dark and light soy sauce. Mix them well . Ensure that all the chicken meats are well coated with the sauces and leave aside for later use.
  2. Heat up wok with butter and fry the onions until transparent.
  3. Put in the marinated chicken pieces and brown all over in the butter.
  4. Add in cloves, chunks of carrots and potatoes. Add enough water to cover up the chicken meat.
  5. Bring to boil, then simmer gently until chicken, carrots and potatoes are almost tender.
  6. Add in the French Beans and simmer again until the French Beans are cooked.
  7. Turn off heat when the gravy is almost dry.
  8. Dish out the chicken pieces and serve together with all the vegetables and thick gravy. Serve hot with white rice.

There is only one difference between a long life and a good dinner: that, in the dinner, the sweets come last.

— -Robert Louis Stevenson

Step-by-Step Photos

all ingredients cut, chopped, minced
all ingredients cut, chopped, minced | Source
marinate with all the sauces
marinate with all the sauces | Source
all into one pot
all into one pot | Source

Do you buy organic chicken?

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Chopped organic chicken is much convenient when comes to cooking
Chopped organic chicken is much convenient when comes to cooking | Source

Tips of the Day:Buy Organic Chicken

Why Buy Organic Chicken ?

  • Chicken meat may not be relatively cheap but it has been our daily food consumption for decades.
  • However, chicken farming had now focused on gaining more profits and growing in demand for enormous chicken meat that they resorted to use antibiotics, growth hormones, high-energy artificial feeds on the chickens.
  • These fragile chickens will gain weight, become plump at a short period of time which are highly abnormal that even lean meats have more fats than usual.
  • Therefore, it is far wiser to spend more money on organic chicken meat which contains much less fats in the meat itself.
  • It is safer to consume because it does not have injected chemicals, hormones and antibiotics that may harm our body system in long term run.
  • Remember to remove chicken skin as most of the fat is embedded in it.
  • When you buy organic chicken meat, you will consume nutrition such as protein, iron and zinc which has twice as much nutrients as red meat.

Buy fresh, bright color carrots
Buy fresh, bright color carrots | Source

Benefits of eating Carrots

  • We all know that carrots are high in Vitamin A and beta-carotene which are beneficial to our eyes.
  • These nutrients help us to see better in the dark and improve our eyesight.
  • Many scientific studies show that high consumption of carrots helps to reduce the chances of contracting cancer diseases and provide healthier, smooth looking skin too.

Tips Of The Day:

How to choose good carrots

  • In order to choose good carrots, look for those with bright orange in color and firm to hold.
  • Big carrot does not indicate that it is full of juice.
  • Choose medium range carrots with root top that do not have any grown shoots.
  • Avoid pale orange carrots which indicate less beta-carotene and contain less carrot juice because they are old.

steam or boiled potatoes
steam or boiled potatoes | Source

Potatoes are NOT FATTENING

In most Western countries such as US and UK, almost 50% of the population consume potatoes as part of their daily meal because potatoes provide Vitamin B, Vitamin C, minerals and carbohydrate.

A lot of weight watchers misunderstood that potatoes are fattening food . This depends on how you cook them.

If you only eat potatoes as French Fries or mix boiled potatoes with cream, butter or mayonnaise, these are additional fattening ingredients which lead to unhealthy and oily food. Potatoes absorb more oil if pan fried compare to boiled method.

Remember that potatoes belong to the root vegetable family that are healthy, nutritious and delicious if you boiled, baked or roasted them with a little olive oil instead.

Cai xin with cruller and eggs
Cai xin with cruller and eggs | Source

Another well known Pan Roast Chicken Ought To Watch

Nutrition Facts
Serving size: Per Person
% Daily Value *
Fat 5 g8%
Carbohydrates 9 g3%
Protein 21 g42%
* The Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet, so your values may change depending on your calorie needs. The values here may not be 100% accurate because the recipes have not been professionally evaluated nor have they been evaluated by the U.S. FDA.

This content reflects the personal opinions of the author. It is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and should not be substituted for impartial fact or advice in legal, political, or personal matters.

© 2012 peachy


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