According to the practice of burning, it is actually a cooking process based on soy sauce, which wraps the whole ingredients with sweet sauce. Through the powdered sugar in this sauce, the surface of the ingredients has an oily luster, and Teri means “luster” in Japanese “zhaoshao”, so this cooking method is called “zhaoshao”.

Ingredients

10 chicken wings
2 parsley
2 tablespoons roasted juice

Directions

Step 1
These are all ingredients. Prepare them in advance

Step 2
Cutting knife: after the chicken wings are cleaned, cut the knife on both sides, 2 on the front and 1 on the back, and cut the coriander

Step 3
Frying: pour a small amount of oil in a cold pan, add chicken wings at 50% heat, fry slowly over low heat until both sides are golden

Step 4
Seasoning: add 2 tablespoons of roasted juice, stir fry evenly for about 30 seconds, and do not add water at this time

Step 5
Firing: turn to medium heat and continue to stir fry for 30 seconds to make the chicken wings color and taste

Step 6
Firing: add more than half a bowl (rice bowl) of water and continue to boil over the high fire for about 3-5 minutes

Step 7
Finish: after the juice is collected, take out the oil control, put the plate and sprinkle the coriander powder, and then serve