The 12-year-old daughter is certainly not a cute baby, but she is also the heart meat of her mother. A while ago, there was bird flu in Nanchang, and all the live poultry markets were closed. Her daughter didn’t eat the most delicious chicken for a while, so it’s easy to wait for the ban to be lifted, with the help of hot fried fresh dew. This time, although the three cups of chicken are not assisted by the nine story tower, they are also delicious and appetizing, Her daughter took her to the cram school to share with her teachers and classmates. She was robbed in an instant.

Ingredients

A chicken
3 tablespoons hot fried fresh dew
2 tablespoons soy sauce
Half a bowl of rice wine
A piece of ginger
Half a single garlic
One third onion
Five dried peppers
Proper lard
Appropriate amount of coriander

Directions

Step 1
Stir fry three tablespoons of fresh dew and two tablespoons of old soy sauce in Jiale. Set aside.

Step 2
Prepare sesame oil and half a bowl of rice wine.

Step 3
Heat the wok until it is warm, pour sesame oil (the boiling point of sesame oil is low, pay attention not to heat the wok too hot), and fry the chicken over medium heat.

Step 4
Fry until golden on both sides.

Step 5
Put an appropriate amount of lard into the stone pot of Maifan. Pour in ginger slices, garlic slices, dried pepper and shredded onion to stir up the flavor.

Step 6
Pour in the chicken fried until golden, heat it until the soup boils, pour in half a bowl of rice wine, cover it immediately, turn to medium heat for three minutes, turn to low heat and simmer for ten minutes.

Step 7
Then add the mixture of hot fried fresh dew and soy sauce, turn it evenly with chopsticks, turn it to medium heat for two minutes, then turn it to low heat for five minutes, finally turn it to high heat to collect the thick soup, sprinkle coriander leaves and serve.