Chicken wings are the most delicious part of chicken. They have more meat, less bone and fresh and tender taste. I believe at least 9 of the 10 children like to eat chicken wings, hee hee. Yam is a very good nourishing food. After a hot and cold alternation in a hot summer, the child’s intestines and stomach are still relatively fragile. Therefore, in autumn, give the child more yams appropriately, but it can strengthen the spleen and stomach and help digestion and absorption. Steamed chicken wings with yam is also a lazy steamed dish with zero failure. Chop the chicken wings into pieces of moderate size, add chili sauce and Douchi sauce, marinate for more than ten minutes, spread the peeled and cut yam on the bottom of the plate, put the pickled chicken wings, steam in a steamer for about 15 minutes, and a delicious steamed dish that can save oil can be served on the table.

Ingredients

Five chicken wings
200g yam
1 tablespoon chili sauce
2 tablespoons black bean sauce
20ml cooking wine
10ml raw extract
5g ginger
1g pepper
3 G raw meal
1 red pepper

Directions

Step 1
Prepare main raw materials.

Step 2
Chop chicken wings into medium sized pieces, wash and drain.

Step 3
Put it on the plate, add shredded ginger, soy sauce, cooking wine, pepper, chili sauce, Douchi sauce and cornflour.

Step 4
Stir well and marinate for about 10 minutes.

Step 5
Yam, put on gloves, peel, cut into small pieces and put them at the bottom of the plate.

Step 6
The salted chicken wings shall be tiled on top, and shall not overlap as much as possible.

Step 7
Boil the water in the pot and put it into the steaming plate.

Step 8
Cover the pot, steam over high heat for about 15 minutes, turn off the fire and simmer for 3 minutes.

Step 9
Poke chicken wings with chopsticks, which can easily penetrate. Take it out and sprinkle an appropriate amount of red pepper, and you can enjoy it slowly.