A Simple Chinese Chicken Recipe

Yeah it’s been a while I know. I’ve been really busy meeting submission deadlines, a larger than usual pile on my table that I only had time to write about Lasang Pinoy. And of course a lot of extracurricular activities not to mention the amount of time I spent updating the links in this blog.

So let’s get back to what I think I do best… whipping up some quick recipes with my limited time and whatever I find inside the pantry. Ahh I found this bottle of Chinese marinade. What’s in it? Only the Chinese knows but I spent few renminbi for it. Here’s what I did with it on chicken wings and few spices.

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Chicken Hamonado with Green Raisins

Quite busy for weeks I didn’t have time to blog so here’s another easy recipe. It’s basically the same as my 1st chicken hamonado post but instead of fruit juice, I used what was left of our raisin snack. Ingredients: 2 large chicken thigh/leg 1 tbsp. of crushed garlic 1 onion, chopped 1/2 cup soy sauce 1/2 cup Chinese green raisins 2 tbsp. of sugar salt & crushed peppercorns leak, julienned Mix the above ingredients in a pot. Pour enough water to cover the chicken and simmer until the chicken is cooked and the sauce is thick. Continue reading Chicken Hamonado with Green Raisins

Chicken Hamonado

I have loads of food pictures in my files but I chose this chicken recipe as I happen to run through an article about bird flu. Apparently, China closes all Beijing poultry markets.

Tsk tsk. What’s gonna happen w/ all the KFCs around when there are more than a hundred outlets in Beijing alone? There was also another article that says they open over 250 restaurants a year in China and operates in every Chinese province and region except Tibet. Hmmmm… but then, they were asked to stay out of Tibet.

Just when I am having some serious craving for chicken curry. Anyways, here’s my chicken hamonado recipe similar to my pork hamonado.

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