As the saying goes, “there is no feast without chicken”. During the new year’s festival and banquet, there must be chicken related dishes. Today, I’ll share this dish that you can learn from the local pot chicken.
Half a 500g chicken
2 green peppers
Proper amount of salt
30ml cooking wine
15ml soy sauce
45 ml raw extract
30g fuel consumption
Proper amount of dry pepper
Appropriate amount of onion, ginger and garlic
Right amount of star anise fragrant leaf pepper
Proper amount of Golden Arowana flavored stupid pressed cooked soybean oil
Step 1Add 5g salt to the flour and mix well.
Step 2Slowly pour in water while stirring.
Step 3Knead the flour into a smooth dough without bumps, and let the dough stand awake for 30 minutes. (the dry humidity of the surface shall be appropriate so as not to touch hands.)
Step 4Knead the awakened dough and divide it into 12 equal parts. Knead each dough into a ball and soak it in clean water for a while.
Step 5Clean the chicken and chop it into larger pieces. Blanch the chicken pieces with water, remove and rinse.
Step 6Pour an appropriate amount of oil into the pot and cook until 70% hot.
Step 7Add scallion, ginger, garlic, dried pepper, fragrant leaves, pepper and star anise to saute until fragrant.
Step 8Pour in chicken nuggets and stir fry until the chicken skin is slightly yellow.
Step 9Transfer 30ml cooking wine, 15ml old soy sauce, 45ml raw soy sauce, 30g oyster sauce and an appropriate amount of salt. Stir fry evenly.
Step 10Pour in water without ingredients, cover the pot and simmer over low heat for about 40-45 minutes.
Step 11Take out the dough ball, press it flat, and then pull it directly into an oval cake.
Step 12Put half of the whole cake on the side of the pot and half on the soup. Put the cake around the pot.
Step 13Cover the pot and continue to simmer for about 15 minutes.
Step 14Finally sprinkle with green pepper and turn off the fire. There are chicken and cakes, and even rice is saved. (if you like the spicy taste, you can pour a tablespoon of red oil spicy seeds before coming out of the pot, which tastes more delicious.)