Monday, May 8, 2017

Weekend Menu #85: Chinese grilled chickens

It is cooking time!! What better than to cook and eat at home when the weather could be so unpredictable nowadays. 

One of the frequent dish on my table is grilled chicken. 

I love grilled chicken. I cook it a lot at home with my flip pan. So convenient and easy to make.

Most of the time, I use Mc Cormick mixed herbs as my marinade base but on my last attempt on a weekend, I used different base for my chickens. 

I had 2 boneless chicken chops in the freezer so I decided to cook a more Chinese style of grilled chicken.

Ingredients:
2 boneless chicken chops
1 tsp Chinese 5 spices powder
1 tsp white pepper
2 tbsp Cooking Wine (Shao Xing)
1/4 tsp salt
Parsley for garnish

Methods:
1. Marinate the chicken chops with all the ingredients except the parsley. Let it marinate for few hours or overnight.
2. Heat up the flip pan; totally no oil used.
3. Add in the chicken chops with the skin down. Close the flip pan and cook for 5 minutes on each side.


4. The chicken is cooked when clear juice came out when you poke through the meat.

5. Cut into biteable size and garnish with parsley.

10 comments:

mun said...

looks good! must be so tasty!

suituapui said...

We cook it like this very often, grill in a pan...or in the oven. Nice, no need for too many ingredients.

reana claire said...

Always nice to cook at home... sure yummier...

Phong Hong said...

Your flip pan is so useful. Chicken grilled on a hot pan is sure delicious. I am so hungry right now. LOL!

Nancy Chan said...

I like your flip pan. Thinking of getting one. Great way to grill chicken. Yummy!

Hayley said...

Nowadays got a lot of smart kitchen gadgets ho?
Save times and the food can be yummy too!

Sharon D said...

This is delicious, Rose. I'm feeling hungry just looking at it ^.^

Merryn said...

This looks so delicious and easy to make. I've not tried grilling chicken yet. Maybe we should. Thank you for sharing this easy and delicious recipe.

Libby said...

I love grilled chicken!

Somewhere in Singapore said...

Feeling hungry even after taking my lunch, hehe...