What's your recipe?
Its fairly simple! Marinate chicken in soy sauce and rice wine for about 30 to an hour in the fridge covered. After that take it out of the fridge and cover the chicken with flour and deep fry until golden brown. Step two is the sauce which is also very easy. Tablespoon Vegetable oil, 2 minced garlic and 1 grated ginger, and dried chilli in a pan and saute. Pour in 1/4 of rice wine, soy sauce, rice vinegar, and sugar. Stir well and add a slurry of 1 tablespoon of corn starch to thicken the sauce. Add chicken and mix well and you’re done!
Share the recipee? I really want to try it!
Sorry for the late reply i was out.
the recipe for this dish is quite simple. I didn't have all the ingredients for the traditional Shakshuka so i improvised and got creative.
put olive oil on medium heat and saute onions and garlic until its translucent.
Add bell peppers (i didn't have that so i used jalapeño and mushrooms) and saute that until it has softened up
Add the spices to your liking (I used paprika, cumin, a little bit of turmeric, chilli powder) and cook that for about a minute or so
Add canned diced tomatoes or in my case dump a can of whole tomatoes and crush them up in the pan. (if you don't want it to be too tomatoish just dilute the tomato with water.
simmer for about 15-20 minutes and after done simmering make little wells in the sauce and crack some eggs into the wells, cover with a lid and let cook until egg is to your liking.
Eat the deliciousness with some bread or pita or whatever is in your house :)
Let the dough rise over night next time and thank me later. Looks tasty though, enjoy!
thanks im gonna do that next time, hopefully it helps make the crust more caramelized
The overnight rise will give the dough more flavour. If you're looking for colour, preheat your oven to 500/550 for like an hour to heat up your pizza stone, then cook for 7 min or so. Then turn on the broiler to get a darker colour and a bit of char on the crust.
Oh i never thought of that, sounds like it would definitely work, thanks a lot i will try that next time i make pizza
This reminds me of a dish my mom (RIP) would make me for my birthday every year. Her's was a shrimp scampi in red sauce over a bed of white rice. Haven't had it in almost 10 years and unable to find a recipe to recreate it. Of all the recipes left behind before she passed (old school Puerto Rican), this is the only one my sisters and I don't have. 😥
Your mother sounds wonderful (RIP), and her shrimp dish sounds absolutely delicious! hopefully you can find it one day
I have IT in my ir lol
Injured Reserve. Idk if other fantasy leagues do it, but it exists on the ESPN one. Basically, if you have one player that seriously injured but you wanna hang on to them until they get better, you can put them on IR and add another player until they get better. Of course, if you have 2 badly injured players, you're gonna have a bad time because you can only set 1 injured player aside.
Ooo i did not know this and im doing espn fantasy too! You might’ve saved my season haha
so if i do an extra 2-3 reps on that set, i would increase all the sets by 5 pounds?