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Sesame Chicken

Saturday, July 18, 2009

 

 

 

 Recently, i saw on TV in a travel programme, a Chinese chef cooking a chicken dish in a way that is very interesting. Nothing is being said about the ingredients except the use of sugar and sesame seeds, the TV host who tried it said it was super delicious.

This made me want to try cooking it too. Well, not knowing the recipe, i try something that looked simple and logical to me. 

Ta-ta, a new recipe is born. Sis said that it was yummy and i couldn’t stop smiling the whole night. Will definately be cooking this again!

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 Sesame Chicken

 

Ingredients:

300 g                      chicken leg

½ tsp                      salt

¼ tsp                      black pepper

3 tbsp                      tapioca flour

50 ml                      water

2 tbsp                      sugar

2 tbsp                      honey

2 tbsp                      roasted white sesame

 

Method:

1.    Clean chicken and cut into bite size. Marinate chicken with salt and pepper for ½ hour.

2.    Put tapioca flour and chicken meat in plastic bag and toss to mix. Let rest 15 minutes.

3.    Heat oil for deep-frying. Fry chicken until light golden, remove from oil. Set aside.

4.    On low heat, combine water, sugar and honey in a pan. Stir to dissolve sugar.

5.    Once sugar is dissolved, turn to high heat to cook sugar syrup until bubbly. Stir lightly.

6.    Add in fried chicken and toss quickly to coat with sugar syrup.

7.    Sprinkle in roasted sesame seeds and toss again to coat chicken with sesame evenly.

8.    Dish up, garnish with red chilli or chopped parsley, serve.

 

Chicken Sesame on Foodista

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Sunday, July 19, 2009 10:35 pm

    This is delicious! I tried making it before and added some teriyaki sauce, it was awesome!

  2. Sunday, July 19, 2009 5:35 pm

    Sounds good! I will definitely give it a try one of these days. I always love the mix of sweet and salty recipes.

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