Yesterday, I started a new home-made chicken without feed. It’s really rare to have such a “pure green food”, so a classic farm dish came to my mind – chicken stewed with mushrooms.
1 stupid chicken
50g Tricholoma matsutake (dry)
2 pieces of scallion
5 slices of ginger
1 star anise
5 tbsp cooking wine
A little old-fashioned
5 tbsp soy sauce
6 tbsp vegetable oil
A little coriander
Step 1Soak the dried mushrooms in cool water.
Step 2Roll the whole chicken into pieces the size of walnuts and soak in cold water for 30 minutes.
Step 3Control the water content of the soaked chicken, blanch it in cold water, wash it in warm water after blanching, and control the water content.
Step 4Heat the frying pan, add 6 tbsp vegetable oil, add chicken, stir fry over medium heat, dry the water, and stir out the fragrance.
Step 5Add scallion, ginger and star anise to stir fry until fragrant.
Step 6Add 5 tbsp cooking wine and stir fry for 1 minute.
Step 7Add boiling water to the chicken. Simmer over high heat until the soup turns white. Turn to low heat and continue to simmer.
Step 8Take advantage of the chicken stew to deal with the mushroom.
Step 9After washing, cut off the roots and cut the mushrooms into large pieces.
Step 10Stew the chicken for 30 minutes, add salt and soy sauce to taste, add soy sauce to color, do not put monosodium glutamate, continue to stew for 20 minutes.
Step 11When the chicken is stewed until soft and rotten, add the Tricholoma matsutake, continue to stew for 10 minutes, then turn off the heat.
Step 12Sprinkle a little pickle on the pot and serve.