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Recipe Name: Asian Chicken Submitted by: Administrator
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Ethnicity: None Last Modified: 2/22/2014
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Number of Servings: 1

Ingredients:
1 Full, boneless skinless
chicken breast cut into
bite size pieces
1 Egg, white only save yolk
for future use
2 Tablespoon(s) Corn starch
1 Tablespoon(s) Dry Sherry
1 Whole head of garlic
peeled and chopped fine
head not clove!!!!
1 1" knob of fresh ginger
scraped and chopped fine
2 Habs, seeded and chopped
fine
1/2 Cup(s) Rice vinegar
1/4 Cup(s) Ketjap Manis, or dark soy
sauce and 1 tbls honey
Peanut oil for frying the
chicken pieces.
Directions:
From "The Garlic Lovers' Cookbook", devised by Kelly Green, Mill
Valley, and vastly modified by me...so here is Kelly's (and Doug's)
Beat the egg white to a froth, add a little salt, the sherry, corn
starch and the chicken pieces, and mix well. If this is too dry, add a
little more sherry, if too wet, more cornstarch.Let this marinate in
the fridge for up to six hours. Remove it from the fridge, give it a
good stir around, and get a wok very hot, add the peanut oil, and when
it is just smoking, start stir frying the chicken pieces, removing
them when they are browned, and keep them warm.This marinade is called
a slippery marinade, by the Chinese, and I use it for any chicken or
pork dish which needs to be "deep fried"Dry out the wok, and re-heat
with fresh peanut oil and add the garlic, ginger, and the habs,stir
frying this continually, and add the vinegar, soy sauce
combination...bring this to simmer, and add the reserved chicken
pieces, keeping the boiling point up...this should be a sort of glazed
covering for the chicken pieces, and should not be too wet. When this
is done,serve it with rice or noodles... I devised a noodle dish to
accompany this, which will follow in the next post. Posted to
CHILE-HEADS DIGEST by Doug Irvine <dougandmarie@home.com> on Sep 04,
1999, converted by MM_Buster v2.0l.

Nutrition (calculated from recipe ingredients)
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Calories: 881
Calories From Fat: 175
Total Fat: 19.3g
Cholesterol: 312mg
Sodium: 1067.1mg
Potassium: 1763.3mg
Carbohydrates: 92.3g
Fiber: 3.1g
Sugar: 8g
Protein: 118g


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