Gai watered rice is an ancient Han snack, which belongs to the northwest Gansu region. It is called risotto in the northeast, Dishou rice in Guangdong, and curry potato rice, curry chicken rice, Mapo Tofu rice, tomato beef rice, etc; In our town, it is also called covered rice. There are also special shops (only covered rice) in the alleys near the city center to meet the people who are in a hurry to eat. The so-called covered rice is actually to eat the dishes and rice on one plate and pour the dishes on the rice, so it is called covered rice.


3 Pipa legs
A little carrot
Appropriate amount of broccoli
A little edible oil
A little salt
2 cloves garlic
4 slices of ginger
1 tbsp fish sauce
1 tbsp brown sugar
2 tbsp cooking wine
2 tbsp honey
2 tbsp fuel consumption
3 tbsp soy sauce


Step 1
Wash and drain chicken drumsticks of pipa

Step 2
Remove chicken bones with a knife, and then prick some small eyes on both sides with a toothpick

Step 3
Pour in 1 tbsp cooking wine

Step 4
1 tbsp soy sauce

Step 5
One tablespoon brown sugar

Step 6
Add garlic and ginger slices and marinate for 30 minutes

Step 7
Stir fry juice: pour 1 tbsp cooking wine and 1 tbsp fish sauce into the milk pot

Step 8
2 tablespoons of oil, soy sauce and honey

Step 9
Cook over medium low heat until the liquid is concentrated to half, and turn off the heat when it is slightly Caramel flavored

Step 10
Wash carrots and broccoli and set aside

Step 11
Drop a little salt and edible oil in the water and bring to a boil. Blanch the broccoli and other flowers in the pot. Then put the cold boiled water aside

Step 12
After heating in a pan, drop a little edible oil and put the marinated chicken legs with the skin face down

Step 13
Fry both sides and turn brown. Pour in the roasted juice

Step 14
After boiling, turn to high heat to close the sauce and turn off the heat

Step 15
Pick it to the chopping board and cut it into large pieces

Step 16
Cook the rice in advance, put the broccoli into the rice together, and then pour a little sauce on it