Golden Monkey bid farewell to the old year, Rui chicken sends spring! “Chicken” is homonymous with “auspicious”. Therefore, Chinese people always make a chicken dish on New Year’s day, which means good luck and flying high.


500g snail
1 chicken
100g sour bamboo shoots
30g perilla leaves
1 ginger
1 grass fruit
2 octagons
5 white buttons
30g dried pepper
1 teaspoon salt
2 teaspoons soy sauce
1 teaspoon oyster sauce
1 bottle of beer
3 tbsp vegetable oil
1 piece of tofu milk
2 tbsp white vinegar


Step 1
When a snail is bought, first put some oil or pepper in the water and let it spit mud. (change the water several times during the process. If there is one floating on the water, it is a dead snail, which should be picked out)

Step 2
Prepare other materials.

Step 3
Shred sour bamboo shoots, slice ginger, cut dry pepper, and crack grass and fruit.

Step 4
Wash the chicken and cut into small pieces.

Step 5
After the snail spits out mud, clean the shell surface with a brush.

Step 6
Cut off the tail with a knife.

Step 7
Wash and drain the cut snails.

Step 8
Blanch the chicken in a soup pot, remove and drain.

Step 9
Heat the oil in the wok until it is about 70% hot. Add chicken pieces and fry over medium and low heat until golden.

Step 10
Remove the fried chicken nuggets and drain the oil for standby.

Step 11
Restart the pan, heat the oil and add ginger slices to saute until fragrant.

Step 12
Put in the big stuff and explode.

Step 13
Add sour bamboo shoots and stir fry until fragrant.

Step 14
Put in the snail and stir fry until the water is dry.

Step 15
Add dried pepper and stir fry until fragrant.

Step 16
Add perilla leaves and stir fry.

Step 17
Add chicken nuggets.

Step 18
Add some salt and soy sauce and stir well.

Step 19
Add a bottle of beer.

Step 20
Simmer over low heat until the beer is dry.

Step 21
After all the beer is dry, mash a piece of tofu milk, add two tablespoons of white vinegar and add it to the pot.

Step 22
Add a spoonful of sugar and a little oyster sauce. Stir well and then come out of the pot. (sprinkle some white sesame seeds out of the pot, and the chopped coriander is more fragrant)