Fried Lemon-Pepper Wings

Fried Lemon-Pepper Wings

Recipe by kokikanCourse: UncategorizedDifficulty: Easy
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  • 2-1/2 pounds chicken wings

  • 1/2 cup all-purpose flour

  • 2 teaspoons salt

  • 1/4 teaspoon pepper

  • Oil for deep-fat frying

  • 2 tablespoons butter, melted

  • 1-1/2 teaspoons lemon-pepper seasoning

  • 2 tablespoons minced fresh parsley


  • Cut wings into 3 sections; discard wing tip sections. In a large bowl, combine flour, salt and pepper. Add wings, a few at a time, and toss to coat.
  • In an electric skillet or deep fryer, heat oil to 375°. Fry wings, a few at a time, until no longer pink, 3-4 minutes on each side. Drain on paper towels. In a large bowl, combine butter and seasoning. Add wings; toss to coat. Sprinkle with parsley. Serve immediately.


  • Easy enough
Cheesy Bacon Chowder

Cheesy Bacon Chowder

Recipe by Albert TioCourse: UncategorizedDifficulty: Easy


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  • 10 bacon strips, diced

  • 1 cup diced carrots

  • 1 large onion, chopped

  • 3 tablespoons all-purpose flour

  • 3 cups whole milk

  • 1-1/2 cups water

  • 2-1/2 cups cubed potatoes

  • 1 can (15-1/4 ounces) whole kernel corn, drained

  • 2 teaspoons chicken bouillon granules

  • Pepper to taste

  • 3 cups shredded cheddar cheese


  • In a Dutch oven, cook the bacon over medium heat until crisp. Using a slotted spoon, remove to paper towels to drain. In the drippings, saute onion and carrots until tender. Stir in flour until blended. Gradually add milk and water. Bring to a boil; cook and stir for 2 minutes or until thickened.
  • Add the potatoes, corn, bouillon and pepper. Reduce heat; simmer, uncovered, for 20 minutes or until potatoes are tender. Add cheese and ham; heat until cheese is melted. Stir in bacon.


  • Easy enough
People are bound to eat, but everybody has the preferences that they hold according to choose what they want. There are a few things that make you one step closer to a kitchen by knowing their terms.

In addition, in a cooking world, menus will improve along with all the stations that the kitchen has. But fewer people think that there is structure inside the kitchen.

There are several stations in the kitchen world you ought to know:

  1. The Saucier Station.
  2. The Poissonnier Station.
  3. The Rotisseur Station.
  4. The Entremetier Station.
  5. The Pattisier Stattion.

1. The Saucier Station

As the title said, The Saucier Station is responsible for creating many sauces. For instance, Applesauce, Rich Meat flavored sauces, Sautéed items even stew. Adding the Saucier section will enhance the flavor of the product even more.

The technique that The Saucier Station depends on the user, But in a certain way, Sauces alone can take many hours to perfect it, that is why people prepare a lot from the beginning of time to make it excellent, it takes a lot of preparation and trial. 

2. The Poissonnier Station

The Poissonier Station is responsible in order to make some dishes after fish, seafood, and any other preparation. And here’s the fun you can combine any sauce to make your gourmet more delicious.

3. The Rotisseur Station

The Rotisseur Station specialty is meat, they roast, grill, and often braise the meat, here you will find out plenty of techniques from cutting to know the quality of meat so the meat can bring out maximum delicacies.

4. The Entremetier Station

The Entremetier Station is active to use ingredients like vegetables, potatoes and any other besides meat or fish, basically it’s like soup, stock, or anything that creates based on the element above.

5. The Pattisier Station

The Pattisier Station is focused on how to make such as baked cake, basically, it’s made for sweet items like a dessert or anything that only focus on pastry. Bread, decoration for cakes it also includes to The Pattisier Station.

So now when people said they want to join one of the stations from the 5 above, you can define what you wanted depending on your creativity and much more, talents.

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Aren't you tired of your skill that is not developed well in terms of cooking? perhaps it's time to improve your cooking skills. Here are a few tips and tricks for cooking that might come in handy.

1. Sautéing

If you are sautéing for both onion and garlic, do the onions first. Onion takes a longer time to soften and meanwhile garlic burns pretty easily.

2. Crispy fries and chips

For you that like crispy fries or chips perhaps you should try this by soaking your fries or chips in cold water for at least one hour to baking in order to make the fries or chips crispy.

3. Prevent burning

To prevent from burning by learning to control heat is the most important step on the road to becoming a good cook, also you can use this trick by heating stainless steel cookware correctly to keep food from sticking.

4. Prevent browning sliced apples

To prevent sliced apples from browning you can start from create a ratio of 1 tablespoon of lemon juice to 1 cup of water, soak the sliced apple for 3 to 5 minutes, then drain and rinse them. it will keep your slice of apple from browning for several hours.

5. Seasoning seafood

If you like seasoning seafood this will be helpful because there aren't really any hard and fast rules for how much to season every dish you cook, just simply use lemon juice, salt, and pepper. Be careful to not over seasoning the seafood if you still want to taste the flavor of fish.

6. Resting cooked for grilled meat

Other tips and tricks cooking should know The resting period lets the juices reabsorb evenly throughout the steak. The idea of resting the meat period is 8 minutes. But for larger cuts of beef, the idea of resting is 15 minutes.

7. Egg slicer for smaller fruit and veggie

We all know that egg slicers do a brilliant job of cutting up boiled eggs, and it can also work well on any type of smaller fruit like kiwi, strawberry, avocado, and also slicing mushroom, So make sure to have this item.

Sugar can enhance more flavor

8. Sugar is not only for sweet taste

Sugar can be as good as salt seasoning. Add a dash of sugar to a dish with fresh tomatoes, The sugar reduces their natural sourness and makes any food taste better.

9. Peel ginger with a spoon

There is an easy way to peel it, just by using a spoon. Because the ginger skin is so delicate and tissue-like, so it can easily scrape it away.

10. Blanch and refresh vegetables

Blanching is a heat and cool process that plunges vegetables into boiling water for a short amount of time before transferring them to an ice bath, which quickly stops the cooking. Plunge vegetables in ice water after blanching to help maintain a bright color.

There are tips and tricks for cooking beginners you should know.

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Bakpao comes from the Hokkien language, Roubao. The name Bakpao comes from a combination of the words Pao and Bak. Pao means to wrap, and Bak means meat. So, Bakpao is a wrap containing meat. In the Hakka / Khek language, Nyukpao / Yungpao, the meaning is the same: wrapped meat.

Bakpao at first contains pork because most Chinese people consume pork. But along with time and culinary developments, the filling in the bun does not only have pork meat. There are many varieties to filling a Bakpao, including chocolate, peanut butter, fruit jam, chicken meat, beef meat, and vegetables.

History of Bakpao

The first Pao was developed in Chinese culture as a filled form of Mantau, created by legendary 3rd Century military strategist Zhuge Liang. On the way back from battle during his famous Southern Campaign to quash a rebellion around the area which is now Sichuan province. Zhuge encounter with an enormous logistical challenge. The strategist has defeated his enemies but was staring at the prospect of defeat not by an army but by a river that is impossible to cross.

The river was said to be closely guarded by a Deity, who refused to allow safe passage to Zhuge unless he threw the heads of 50 of his soldiers into the river. Wanting to satisfy the Deity's demand without sacrificing his troops, Zhuge ordered 50 buns that looked like a human head to be thrown into the river due to their flat bases and round shapes. The plan was successful. Zhuge and troops deceived the Deity, a safe passage was granted, and the buns were named Mantau (Barbarian's head). Since then, the food has been known as Bakpao until to this day.

How to Make Bakpao

1. Prepare the pao dough

First place the flour, instant yeast, sugar, and salt in a mixing bowl. Use a mixer and add cold milk or room temperature water. Add cooking oil. Besides, you need to knead for 7 minutes. After 30 minutes, divide the dough, roll, and shape each piece into a ball. Wrap with plastic wrap and let it rest for 30 minutes in a warm place.

2. Prepare the pao filling

You need to prepare the filling in advance and leave it cool. The filling is various depending on people's tastes. Hence, suggestions for char siu filling:

Prepare the filling. Also you can start mixing all the ingredients and seasonings except flour. Let it to a boil and cook the pork until it is cooked. Put 2 tsp of the red yeast rice powder and 2 tsp of all-purpose flour. Finally the pork mixture will start to thicken and glue together. Set aside wholly cool before wrapping.

3. Wrapping the pao

Wrap and pleat the dough to seal the filling. Allow it 20 minutes at room temperature before steaming.

4. Steaming the pao

Place the pao in the steamer tray. Furthermore, Boil some water into the steaming pan. Please leave it to steam over medium heat for 10 minutes. Please turn off the heat and leave it cool for 5 minutes. Finally, the Bakpao is ready to serve, eat while still nice and warm.

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I just heard from my friend talked in a Mom only WhatsApp group that she is already bored with the choices of food from the current food delivery app in the market.

Because the food selection and restaurant is always the same and also felt guilty eating it. After that she felt that maybe she needs to start cooking then, but she doesn't want to do it!!!

I'm thinking to myself just wait for it, we are coming for you

With Kokikan since offering the freedom for home cooks to cook any kinds of meal anytime they want create a place where you can expect different kind of food base on the neighbor you have and what they will cook that day! or even the other days. So it will never be the same

Since working on Kokikan for 5 months now we have launched in selected community with few cooks on our team.

Looking forward to grow and expand our offerings to more cooks and neighborhood!

According to the new Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health research show eating homemade food is the healthier option.

"When people cook most of their meals at home, they consume fewer carbohydrates, less sugar and less fat than those who cook less or not at all -- even if they are not trying to lose weight," says Julia A. Wolfson, MPP, a CLF-Lerner Fellow at the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future and lead author of the study.

quoted from Sciencedaily

Why is that so?

Read Also: The Perks of Eating Healthy

Homemade food containing of many healthy ingredients, fewer carbohydrates, fats, and sugar. Eating at home will cost us less than dining out. Everyone knows home-cooked meals are in greater compliance with guidelines for a healthy diet than fast foods. Meals cooked at home reduce the chance of childhood obesity, and it will help you later when you reach adulthood you can become healthier unlike those who can't control what they eat. There's people said." You are what you eat" and it's true, so change the way of your eating according to Healthier Options.

Therefore with kokikan now you can! stay at home and order home made food made by your neighbor for a healthier option

Read Also: Closer to a Kitchen

Since the Covid-19 pandemic hits, lots of people are stuck at their homes. Many lose their regular day jobs due to the worsened economic impact. Anna, stuck in her home all day, tries to kill her boredom by researching a new recipe for an experiment. The old hobby she needs to pick up to kill the time.

After a few trial and errors, she finally came to success with her improvised Nasi Goreng recipe. She came to wonder if other people liked her new menu as well. Reaching out to closest friends to try and ask for a feedback, it turned out most of them liked it very much, and started to place orders. And that was the beginning of everything, where the idea of kokikan was born. If people like Anna can do it, there must be other people hooked up in a hobby the same as her. The question is how to connect people like her with their neighbors.

kokikan is a food sharing platform, where consumers can download an iOS or Android app and enter their address to see meal options from nearby cooks. The dishes are prepared with high safety standards and presented with pictures along with a list of ingredients and allergen information. Once consumers decide to select a particular item, they can choose a portion size or proceed with the payment within the app. To retrieve their meals, they simply pick them up within their apartment complex lobby area or drop off to their address.

In terms of food preparation, home chefs set up a PO system by entering the minimum days required to prepare and pick up the date. Therefore, the chef can prepare and won’t be overwhelmed by last-minute orders. For example, a chef could set an open order 2 days before, to better estimate how many portions the cook needs to prepare. This way also to ensure the freshest ingredients possible for the customers.

From an online payments standpoint, kokikan supports all local payment options, beginning with traditional bank transfers, Visa, Mastercard, and ending with OVO, Dana, and Gopay. One unique feature is the ability to choose multiple chefs for multiple days in a single transaction, and the system will have cooks send the orders out in batches on the selected days. Planning ahead of time is made easier by this feature. A restaurant might not offer this convenience, since the orders would have to be placed one by one through individual transactions.

We at kokikan envisioned a better community living, by sharing our food together. A vision that empowers people who can cook, can earn an income out of it. Besides, food that tastes like home is just around the corner, although you are far away from home. Everything starts from willingness to try, so why not now?

Who says good food has to be coming from restaurant?

Look at this news covering an out of work chef start selling food from her home and building a successful business that attract even celebrity to visit and taste her home made sandwiches

If you start to break down, what's the actual differences between a professional chef cook it in the commercial kitchen compare to normal guy like you and me cooking it at home?

From the comment of Chefs that work before in kitchen actually they say that there is not much difference except that materials are ready to cook, things are organized in a certain way that prepare us to serve better. Are we able to replicate this at home? the answer of course is YES!

Therefore we in kokikan truly believe this with the leverage of technology we would be able to bring out people to become home chef and serve quality food to their neighbors.

Stay tune!

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