HOT n’ SPICY HONEY CHICKEN

Hello again, Folks! I know, I know I’ve been idle for a while and the blog seemed stagnant. I’m sorry! :( Was busy with college. It’s been pretty hectic. How about I post one recipe per week? How does that sound? That way I’ll have enough time to wrap up my college assignments and give my undivided attention to the blog over the weekend here. Win-win for everyone!!! :D
Now let me make it up to you with a very yummy recipe. It’s called SPICY HONEY CHICKEN. The recipe is from a cookery show that my mum watches very religiously on TV. It sounded good so I thought I’d give it a try and give mum a break from the kitchen for the day.
Remember I said I’m very partial to dessert recipes and anything sweet? Another li’l tidbit about me goes like this… I am very nervous when it comes to cooking savory dishes! Be it vegetarian or non-vegetarian. I never seem to get used to it even after trying out some very successful recipes. But luckily my experience with this recipe was a breeze. With it’s well-defined steps and handy ingredients, trying this recipe out was fun! Do try and share your experience with me! :D Happy Omnoming!!! :)

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Ingredients + Method (Step 1):

For Marination:
300 gm boneless chicken
salt to taste
1 tsp dry red chilli paste
1/2 tsp red chilli sauce
1/2 tsp soy sauce
1 egg-white
1-2 tbsp corn flour

Marinate the chicken in the above ingredients for an hour or two.
Shallow fry the marinated chicken till done and set aside.

Ingredients + Method (Step 2):
1 tbsp oil
1 tsp garlic paste
4-5 spring onions (chop off the stalks and reserve for garnishing)
1 1/2 tbsp tomato ketchup
1 tsp red chilli sauce
1 tbsp soy sauce
fried chicken pieces from step 1
1-1 1/2 tbsp honey
salt to taste

Heat the oil in a wok. Fry the garlic paste till the raw smell disappears. Lower the heat.
Toss in the chopped spring onion (onion only) and fry for a minute.
Add ketchup, red chilli sauce, soy sauce and mix. Make sure not to dry it out.
Put the chicken pieces in the wok and toss, so that the sauce coats the chicken well.
Add honey, mix gently and season with salt. Done!!!!
Garnish with chopped spring onion stalks and sesame seeds! Lovely!!! :D

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6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. nymawaheed
    Oct 11, 2012 @ 18:18:14

    Looks yummy!!

    Reply

  2. fatima
    Oct 14, 2012 @ 19:31:54

    i tried this out…..but with mutton….n dint have spring onions so used normal onions….dint have all the ingredients….but it was great……made it along with zeera rice !!!! n yh can u post the recipe for tahari?? i wanted to make it this tuesday!!! ::)

    Reply

    • ButterCup (TheGrubShack)
      Oct 16, 2012 @ 18:19:34

      Thank you for the feedback, Fatima :) <3 I'll try it with mutton next time too then :D . . I'm sorry but i've never tried Tahari . . Mum makes it though sometimes. Will try it out myself and put the recipe up some time :) ok?

      Reply

  3. fatima
    Oct 22, 2012 @ 23:56:43

    lol n u jus posted the recipe for zeera rice. :P nywas sure ….take ur time…..keep posting meals sort recipes…..coz i do the cooking daily at home….n m done with hyderabadi dishes….seriously….luking forward for sumthing fresh than..:)

    Reply

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