Nothing fancy here, just finger lickin’ good. This works because being small, the wings have a lot of surface area (skin) for the spice rub to flavour.
1 kg chicken wings
2 1/2 tsp salt
2 tsp turmeric
2 tsp garam masala
2 tsp coriander seeds, toasted in a pan and ground
2 tsp cumin seeds, toasted in a pan and ground
1 tsp fennel seeds, toasted in a pan and ground
chilli powder to taste (try 1/2 tsp)
1 tb finely chopped garlic
2 tb finely chopped ginger
Combine everything except the lemons and work into the wings with your hands. Leave in the fridge as long as you can, up to 3 days. Brush with oil and grill on the bbq or oven. Squeeze over the juice from the lemons and season if you need to.
Source: ‘Stoked’ by Al Brown
Malaysian in origin. The noodles are medium size egg (wheat) noodles suitable for frying. Continue reading Hokkien chicken noodles
Super simple, fast and absolutely wonderful. Miceleaine made this as staff food for the last Essen ohne Grenzen (although we never really got round to eat it, because things got too busy, as always…) Continue reading Miceleaine’s Filipino Chicken Hotpot
This is Helle’s signature dish for our holidays in France.
100 g lardons (mild unsmoked bacon)
2 tb butter
1 kg chicken, jointed, dried thoroughly
1/2 tsp salt
80 ml cognac
1 bottle full-bodied red wine
about 400 ml chicken stock
1/2 tb tomato paste
2 cloves mashed garlic
1/4 tsp thyme
1 bay leaf
onions & mushrooms as boeuf bourguignon recipe (with which coq au vin shares a strong family resemblance)
3 tb flour
2 tb butter
In a casserole saute bacon in the butter, set aside. Brown the chicken pieces over high heat in the same fat. Return the bacon to the dish, season, cover and cook slowly for 10 minutes, turning chicken once. Pour in the cognac and ignite with a match while shaking the dish. Add wine and enough stock to cover. Add tomato paste, garlic, herbs, bring to a simmer, cover and cook slowly for half an hour until chicken is done. Remove chicken.
Simmer the sauce for a couple of minutes, skimming off the fat, then increase heat and reduce to about 600 ml. Adjust seasoning and remove from heat. Blend butter and flour into a paste and whisk into the sauce. Bring to a simmer for a minute or 2, until thick enough to coat a spoon.
Return the chicken to the dish, add the onions and mushroom and heat through to serve.
Source: Julia Child ‘Mastering the Art of French Cooking’
Had this every second day in Tehran. Delicious, either made on a grill or with a cast iron grill pan.
for the marinade:
1 onion, thinly sliced
250 grs full fat yoghurt (10% Greek/Turkish style)
juice of one lime or lemon
2 tsp olive oil
1 gr. saffron (1/2 tsp)
2 tsp salt
1 kg chicken breast, cut into cubes, about 2 cms
5 tomatoes, halved, or 10 cocktail tomatoes
juice of 1 lime or lemon
50 gr. butter
1/2 tsp salt
Grind saffron and salt with a pestil and mortar. Dissolve with 2 tbsp hot water. Add remaining ingredients and mix well. Add the chicken, mix, cover and marinate for at least 6 hrs to 2 days.
Thread on skewers with tomatoes and slowly grill on a charcoal grill or a grill pan. Optionally paint with the baste during the grilling and just before serving.
Serve with a cucumber yogurt and flat bread or with basmati rice topped with a knob of butter and a raw egg yolk.
source: New Food of Life – Najmieh Batmanglij
200 grs shredded chicken or minced beef
1 spring onion
2 fresh shiitake mushrooms or 4 dried shiitake mushrooms
1,5 cm of fresh ginger, grated
1,5 tbsp saké
1,5 tsp dark soy sauce
oil for frying
In a food processor, blend the dried mushrooms very finely. Boil with a small amount of water until soft and water has nearly evaporated. In the food processor, chop the spring onion (and shiitake if using fresh ones), add the remaining ingredients apart from the meat. Blend once more, then add the meat and blend into a very fine texture. Using two tablespoons, shape into little balls and fry in ground nut oil.
Serve on sticky rice, sprinkle with juices from the pan, finely chopped green parts of spring onion and shanso pepper. This should work well also in a clear Japanese noodle soup.
Adapted from: Japanese Cooking, A Simple Art, Shizuo Tsuji
1 large chicken, quartered (breast and wing, leg and thigh)
2 red onions, finely sliced
2 garlic cloves, crushed
4 tb olive oil
1 1/2 tsp ground allspice
1 tsp ground cinnamon
1 tb sumac
1 lemon, thinly sliced
200 ml chicken stock
1 1/2 tsp salt
1 tsp black pepper
2 tb za’atar
20 g unsalted butter
50 g pine nuts
4 tb chopped parsley
Mix chicken, spices, lemon, garlic, red onion, stock, salt and pepper in a large bowl and marinate overnight in fridge.
Bake in 200’C oven 30 – 40 minutes.
Sautee pine nuts in butter with pinch of salt until golden. Drain on kitchen paper.
Cover chicken with other ingredients.