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Asian Peanut Chicken
Asian Peanut Chicken
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Hankering for sticky peanut chicken, but want to stay at home for once? This homemade peanut chicken probably tastes better than the one you find in your local Asian restaurant, as you can alter the recipe according to your own preferences. The result will be a juicy chicken in a sticky sweet sauce that you can enjoy together with the family.

Ingredient List for 4 servings:
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300 gr Chicken fillets
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1 Egg
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30 gr Cornstarch
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2 teaspoons Soy sauce
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30 gr Flour
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1 tablespoon Water
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250 ml Cooking oil

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2 tablespoons Orange juice
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2 tablespoons Soy sauce
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1 teaspoon Ginger powerd
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1 teaspoon Paprika powder
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100 gr Brown sugar
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1 teaspoon Cornstarch
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100 gr Peanuts
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30 gr Sesame seeds

Instructions:
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Cut the chicken in small pieces.
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In a bowl mix the egg, soy sauce, cornstarch, and flour. Add the water and stir.
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Pour it over the chicken pieces and mix well.
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Heat up the cooking oil in a frying pan. Add the chicken and fry golden brown.
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Take away and dry on kitchen paper.
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Time to make the sauce. Pour the orange juice in a bowl. Add the soy sauce, brown sugar, ginger powder, paprika powder, and cornstarch and mix.
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Pour the sauce in a different frying pan, when it is boiling add the chicken and stir until it is sticky.
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Add the peanuts and mix. In the end add the sesame seeds.
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Serve warm with noodles and edamame beans.
A selection of recipes from the same country.
This recipe is from China
If you are thinking about making your own dim sum this recipe is perfect to start with. Dim sum is a popular small steamed boiled delicacy from Hong Kong. You can find them filled with vegetables, fish, meat or seafood. Best served hot together with rice or vegetables and don’t forget to dip them in Chinese soy sauce.
Traditional homemade Chinese dumplings are boiled in water not fried or steamed as many seems to believe. If you boil the dumplings, they become very tender and delicious and not crispy as they often are served outside China. They can be filled with many different variations, but this recipe has vegetarian filling.
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