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Hainan Chicken and Ginger Sauce



This dish is one of my favorite na niluluto ng Nanay.For me ito ang isa sa mga pinkadabest.Kaya naman I make sure na pinanood ko sya talaga habang niluluto nya to.

I remembered how we finished yung buong kaldero ng Hainan rice and Hainan Chicken.

So I'm sharing this to you guys.



Ingredients:

7 pcs of Monterey Chicken Thighs
3 Tbsp of Salt
Green Onions
1 cup Ginger
10 lemongrass
5 Cups of Water
4tbsp of Knorr Chicken Powder



Procedure:

1. Season  the chicken with salt 
2 .Use a big pot and put in the  water .
3. Add in  the Chicken,Ginger,Onions,GreenOnions,Lemongrass
4.. Bring to  boil for about 30 minutes and then immediately turn the heat to low to keep a simmer .
5. Add 4 tbsp of Knorr Chicken Powder
You’ll see some brown things on top of the boiling water.That's dirt,so you have to remove it. 
4.After 1 hour,Turn oFF the heat and transfer the Chicken in a bowl with ice,Just turn the chicken for few times until both side were cooled.
Note:
The Ice will make the chicken skin firm, The broth can be use to cook the rice. 
Ginger Sauce
1.Chopped ginger and green onions finely
2. Heat 5 tbsp. of veg. oil or olive oil
3. Make sure that the oil is really hot
4. Pour the hot oil into the chopped ginger and green onions 
Note: Use a ceramic bowl when doing this 




Comments

Anonymous said…
Cool.Looks yummy
Rachel said…
I might need to try this! It sounds soon hoof !
Anonymous said…
This sounds delicious! I'm up for anything ginger.

- Elle

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