honey sesame chicken

Yummy Bakes | 11:54 AM |
This is actually the second time I cooked this dish. It was so good - cant wait for photo taking the first time. And this time I used Thai sweet chilli which was a little wet hence you see so much sauce but first time was better.




Indeed this dish looks and tastes fabulous. Thanks to Gert for sharing such a great dish.




Ingredients :
3 pieces of chicken breast or 1/2 chicken - cut to bite size pieces
1 tbsp of light soy sauce
1 tbsp of cooking wine
1/2 tbsp of sesame oil
1 tsp of sugar
2 tbsp flour
1 tbsp rice flour or cornstarch
Salt & pepper to taste

Sauce:
3 tbsp of sweet chili sauce
2 tbsp of tomato ketchup
1- 2 tbsp of honey (depend on how sweet you want)
1 tbsp of oyster sauce
2 tbsp of light soy sauce
1/4 cup of watersome toasted sesame seed

Method:
1. Marinate chicken with soy sauce, wine, sugar, sesame oil, salt and pepper and set it aside for at least an hour. Just before frying mix the 2 type of flour together and mix it into the chicken.

2. Prepare oil for frying. Fry chicken until golden brown, dish out and drain the oil in paper towel. Remove all the oil from the pan.

3. Mix all the sauce ingredients together and pour it back into the pan. Bring it up to a boil and let the sauce thicken a bit.

4. Add in the chicken and toss it gently until the chicken are evenly coated with the sauce. Sprinkle the sesame seeds to the chicken. Serve with warm rice.

Note : You can use bone in chicken,chicken thigh, chicken wings or even pork ribs for this dish.
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11 comments:

  1. This is one of fav dish. You need 2 more things now for this dish...a pair of chopsticks and a bowl of steamed rice.

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  2. wow!! full of sauce i can eat this all by myself!

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  3. I have all these ingredients at home, but never thought of making this dish. Thanks for the inspiration :) Yours looks absolutely mouth-watering!!

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  4. I love this dish, looks so salivating!

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  5. Glad that you like this dish. This is my family fav dish too and now my neighbors as I cooked and share it with them. :)

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  6. Zoe - Yeah ... goes very well with steamed rice.

    NEL, Wendy, Jess - yes, try it out, you will surely love it.

    Gert - thanks for sharing.

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  7. Chris .... wouw you now really expert in cooking. Thanks for sharing this ... cannot wait to try this at home. :)

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  8. DG - No expert lah. Still learning and 'copying' people's dishes. Like I say, no choice for survival sake - so must learn to cook! haha

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  9. hi, this is delicious, very appetising, children will love this too!

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