Stewed Chicken Wings with Chestnuts Recipes
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Braised chicken with chestnuts is a healthy and delicious dish for the winter. In this recipe, the ingredients are stewed. But there is also another variant in a soup.
Stewed Chicken Wings with Chestnuts Recipes
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Braised chicken with chestnuts is a healthy and delicious dish for the winter. In this recipe, the ingredients are stewed. But there is also another variant in a soup.
Ingredients
Servings:
Instructions
  1. Cut the chicken wings in Bite-sized pieces. Boil off the hot water and take out again. Ginger slices and garlic for 2 people lay cope.
    Stewed Chicken Wings with Chestnuts Recipes
  2. Chestnut peel and break with the hand in two. Do not cut, since the chestnut otherwise easily crumble.
    Stewed Chicken Wings with Chestnuts Recipes
  3. The chicken fry them until golden brown in a pot.
    Stewed Chicken Wings with Chestnuts Recipes
  4. The chicken exit now, drain the oil and put them back into the pan. Then enter the Szechuan pepper and star anise to and continue to fry.
    Stewed Chicken Wings with Chestnuts Recipes
  5. and stir a tablespoon light soy sauce, a half tablespoon dark soy sauce, 3-4 pieces of sugar and a tablespoon of tomato sauce.
    Stewed Chicken Wings with Chestnuts Recipes
  6. The pot now fill with water and the chestnut give added. The Heat now put down and simmer for 20 minutes. Then season with salt to taste.
    Stewed Chicken Wings with Chestnuts Recipes
  7. The fire now superscript. Add the garlic cloves and let cook for so long until the water gets a sauce consistency.
    Stewed Chicken Wings with Chestnuts Recipes
Recipe Notes

Chicken fry it, eat more fragrant. Whole chicken or chicken into the same fire.

Put the sugar wings color better. But the most important is the ketchup of credit. Tomato sauce to taste into the sauce and salty, so taste better, especially mild and attractive colors. Do not worry great ketchup taste.

The role of pepper, put the hold, you can try, I think it is very different.

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