Another simple recipe of mine. Great to take when one loses appetite, under the weather, don't know what to cook and go well with porridge and rice. It is so easy to cook and won't take long time in the kitchen.
I had a quarter of frozen chicken so I used that to cook for my family one evening. Steaming (to me) is the best. It is easy, use no or very little oil and the chicken is always tender.
A quarter of chicken
1 tbsp sesame oil
1 tbsp light soy sauce
1 tsp chopped ginger
1 tsp chopped garlic
Salt for rubbing
Parsley for garnishing (or spring onion)
1. Rub some salt onto the chicken and leave it for at least 30 minutes.
2. Prepare the steamer. Let the chicken steam under high heat for 20 minutes or till chicken is cooked.
3. While steaming, prepare the sauce. In a pan, add in about 2 tbsp of cooking oil.
4. Once heated, toss in garlic. Saute till fragrant and turned brown before add in ginger.
5. Saute till fragrant and transfer to a bowl.
6. Add in light soy sauce and sesame oil to the chopped garlic and ginget.
7. Chop the chicken into biteable pieces when it has cooled down. Toss the dipping on top of the meat. Garnish with parsley.