For a eater, if you want to eat, you must make it yourself. My friend’s own free range native chicken is fresh and tender, with its own spicy sauce. It tastes good!

Ingredients

Half a chicken
Three red onions
Proper amount of edible oil
1 tsp white sesame
3 teaspoons peanuts
3 parsley
3 slices of ginger
2 scallions
4 millet peppers
3 tsp chili oil
1 teaspoon sesame oil
4 teaspoons soy sauce
1 teaspoon vinegar

Directions

Step 1
Cut half of the chicken into even pieces and add three slices of ginger. Put cold water into the pot. Cook for 20 minutes until the chicken is done.

Step 2
Take out the chicken to control the water and cool it several times. spare

Step 3
Heat the pan and add a little oil. When the oil is hot, add the washed peanuts. Saute slowly over low heat until well done.

Step 4
In a non stick pan, heat very hot. Pour in the washed sesame seeds. Turn the pan. Smell the fragrance and get out of the pot.

Step 5
Chop millet, pepper, green onion, red onion, coriander and other ingredients.

Step 6
In a bowl, add 4 teaspoons soy sauce, 1 teaspoon sesame oil, 1 teaspoon vinegar, 3 teaspoons chili oil, white sesame seeds and peanuts. After mixing, add red onion and stem.

Step 7
Heat the pan, add proper amount of cooking oil and bring to a boil. Pour immediately into the bowl of step 6. Mix well.

Step 8
Put the chicken on the plate. Then pour the spicy sauce.