Spicy Chicken Gristle
Gristles are cut from the legs and other body parts where bones are connected to a muscle. Gristle has the lowest calories out of all the chicken.
- chicken gristle 600g
- 20g dried chilli
- 5g sichuan pepper
- 10g cooked white sesame
- soy sauce
- dark soy sauce
- cooking wine
First, add a teaspoon of salt to marinate the chicken gristle. Pour in a small spoon of sugar, a spoon of white wine, half of the ginger chopped and mixed well, marinated for an hour. During the preparation of the ingredients, cut dry peppers, throw away the excess pepper seeds at the bottom of the bowl, slice the remaining ginger, and pat loose the garlic.
After the chicken gristle are marinated, heat a non-stick pan, pour in the chicken gristle without adding oil, and fry the oil on medium-high heat. As soon as the chicken gristle come out of oil, add ginger and garlic, and stir fry until the chicken gristle are all white. A lot of oil was forced out. At this time, pour out most of the oil in the pot. Do not pour out enough oil to fry three or four dishes.
Put the pot back on the stove, pour in the dried chilies and chinese prickly ash and fry for a while, add two tablespoons of light soy sauce and one tablespoon of dark soy sauce. Stir fry continuously until the surface of the chicken gristle is browned, add cooked white sesame seeds and stir well.
- The chicken gristle that have been blanched in water should be coated with a little flour as much as possible to make it more fragrant when fried.
- Fry the peanuts and pick them up quickly. Don't wait until they are fried yellow, otherwise the remaining temperature will make the peanuts mushy.
- I use fresh chili, because if I use dry chili, it can't be fried for a long time, just pass the oil quickly. bones are all white. A lot of oil was forced out. At this time, pour out most of the oil in the pot. Do not pour out enough oil to fry three or four dishes.
What is Chinese prickly ash?
Chinese prickly ash is a plant. The bark and berry are used to make medicine. Be careful not to confuse Chinese prickly ash with ash, or northern or southern prickly ash. People take Chinese prickly ash to treat vomiting, diarrhea, stomach pain, water retention, parasites, snakebite, and skin diseases.