Monday, September 5, 2011

Roasted Drunken Salt Chicken 酒香盐烤鸡

School has started today, and I was rushing my daily schedule as usual again. Today was abit too much for me, which I have to take care of 2 person in 1 time...;p Cook for my daughter and sent her to school of course, but my hubby is sick. So I have to wake early today, prepared 2 different breakfast and lunches... then office work...then dinner...*tired*!! Then when I'm ready to give myself a break with some facebook games...it was under maintenance......:(


Anyway, I'll be patient and try to relax with some other things then. So here I am...blogging..:) Sharing with you this super yummy recipe which I tried last weekend. Trust me, its super duper yummy. A recipe again adapted from "Flavours From My Kampung" by Bryan Ong, with some changes.

Ingredients:
1/2 chicken (I used small little drumsticks)

Marinade (Mixed)
1 tbsp salt
2 tbsps ginger powder
1/2 tsp five spice powder
dash of pepper
5 tbsps Shao Xing wine

Method:
~ Rub marinade all over chicken and marinate for 30 minutes at least.
~ Put marinated chicken onto a piece of aluminium foil and wrap up.
~ Bake in a preheated oven at 200'C for 30 minutes then unwrapped the top and continue bake for another 15 minutes.
~ Remove and serve.

Hope you all like this recipe as much as I do..:)

Cheers!!

8 comments:

  1. Looks like a simple dish to whip up for dinner, will try it out. Btw, hope your Lou kong gets better soon and you'll have more free time, heehee. :)

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  2. I believe this is a yummy dish. Just look at the spices you used. Hope your Honey feel better soon. Give Cheryl a hug for me too.

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  3. coming by to say hi and thank you for your lovely angkoo recipe that i got from sonia's blog. I also did a similar kind of baked chicken last week..just ginger paste.

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  4. I like this type of simple yet delicious way of cooking. Marinate the chicken and stick it in the oven. No wash up and no fuss.

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  5. Bee Bee,
    Yeah, easy yet delicious. Ya lo..hope he gets well soon then can go shopping with me..hehe...;p

    Veron,
    Yes, thank you..:)

    Sonia,
    Ya lo...more rice to go with this dish...I ate quite alot that day, got to do more exercise to burn...;p

    Lena,
    Thank you and you are most welcome with the recipe. Mention of that angkoo kueh, I've been missing it so much. Must try to make some one day.

    Gertrude,
    Yeah...simple and delicious. And yes!! Not much washing to do...hehe!

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