Steamed Chicken With Salted Fish
** Guys take note there’s an error on the text ingridents in the video for the chicken marinade it should be the following “Marinate chicken thighs with 2 tsp oyster sauce, 2 tsp sesame oil, 1½ tbsp Shaoxing wine, 2 tsp ginger juice, 1 tsp soya sauce, ½ tsp sugar and ½ tbsp cornflour.”
Fried, grilled, baked, roasted, in soup, in pies – there are countless ways to prepare chicken meat. Steaming is one quick and ideal way to enjoy those tender chunks without using much oil. Chicken meat tends to have a rather bland taste on its own, but that’s what makes it such a common a staple food in many cuisines.
Working like a sponge, chicken meat readily absorbs any flavour it gets into contact with. To whip up this humble, homely dish, just throw on some black fungus, ginger and fried salted fish to the marinated chicken pieces into the steamer. Once it’s done, you will surely be blown away by how incredibly delicious this simple dish can turn out to be.
Sweet juices of moist chicken meat enhanced by ginger, along with the pleasant crunch of black fungus, partially submerged in that incredibly rich warm broth from the steaming. Bits of fried salted fish bringing with it hints of saltiness with every bite, the perfect complement for the sweet juices of the chicken.
Cook up this healthy homely dish effortlessly in under an hour. It’s amazing how something so quick and simple can taste so reinvigorating at the same time!
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|500g chicken thigh|
|10g black fungus|
|40g salted fish|
|2tsp oyster sauce|
|2tsp sesame oil|
|1½tbsp Shaoxing wine|
|2tsp ginger juice|
|1tsp soya sauce|