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Get Active TV: Wot'cha Cooking? [Episode 11]

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Join host Ben Logan Sng, Singapore Sport Institute Dietitian Dr. Ricco and Selina as we whip up 3 delectable dishes for you today.

  1. Bbq chicken and mushroom w Kailan
  2. Steamed coconut bun
  3. Honey baked apples

Find out how you can still indulge in your favourite food but keep healthy at the same time in our cooking shows and nutrition series!

Try out some of these recipes yourself while you are at home this period, and cook up a healthy feast for your loved ones. Enjoy the programme!

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BBQ Chicken (Serves 4)

2x 200g skinless chicken breasts
140g mixed mushrooms
3 Tbsp hoisin / Chinese BBQ sauce, plus extra to serve
2 limes
200g of kai lan / Chinese greens
1 cucumber
1Tbsp low salt soy sauce
1 Tbsp rice vinegar
½ bunch of coriander / parsley
3 Tbsp sesame seeds
50g pickled ginger (optional)
1 fresh red chilli (optional)


1. Place 5cm of water in the bottom of a wok and bring to a simmer.
2. Cut the chicken into 1cm strips and toss in a bowl with roughly torn mushrooms, hoisin /BBQ sauce and juice of ½ a lime and a pinch of salt.
3. Put chicken and mushrooms into a steamer basket, add the kai lan, place in the wok and cover to steam for 10 minutes.
4. Peel the cucumber in long thin strips with a potato peeler. Toss in a bowl with the soy sauce and rice vinegar and a few torn coriander/parsley leaves.
5. Toast the sesame seeds for a few minutes until golden. Place in a side dish.
6. Serve the chicken mushrooms with a side dish of sesame seeds, pickled cucumber and ginger, sliced red chilli and extra sauce. Lovely with steamed coconut buns.


Steamed Coconut Buns (Serves 4)

1 cup of light coconut milk
2 heaped cups of self-raising flour

1. Pour the coconut milk and flour into a mixing bowl. Stir to combine.
2. Lightly flour a clean bench surface, flour hands so dough does not stick to your fingers.
3. Place the dough mix on the floured surface, and knead to combine. Add a pinch more flour if dough is too wet. Roll into a sausage shape and cut into 8 even sized pieces.
4. Place 5cm of water in the bottom of a wok and bring to a simmer.
5. Place each piece into a muffin cup and place into a steamer basket. Steam in the wok for 5-10 minutes until hard.
6. Serve with steamed chicken and mushrooms, Chinese greens and pickled vegetables.


Self-saucing honey baked apples with chocolate and walnuts (Serves 4)

¼ cup dark chocolate pieces
¼ cup walnuts
¼ cup honey
4 green apples
4 tsp butter
½ cup boiling water

1. Pre-heat oven to 200 Degree Celsius
2. Break walnuts under a clean tea towel with a rolling pin. Combine dark chocolate pieces, broken walnuts and honey on a bowl.
3. Slice off a little from the top and bottom the apples. Core the apples and score around the circumference.
4. Fill apples with the chocolate mixture. Top each apple with 1 tsp of butter.
5. Pour hot water into an ovenproof dish and place apples in the dish.
6. Bake for 20-30 minutes.
7. Serve hot with the apple juices and some vanilla ice cream!