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Chinese chicken wings
Chinese chicken wings, or chinese chicken wings fried is one of the most popular chinese dishes ordered in the restaurants.
We hope you like this chinese chicken wings.
- 3 1/2 pounds Chicken wings (or chicken pieces)
Red chinese chicken sauce
- 1 cup Light soy sauce
- 1 cup Dark soy sauce
- 1/2 cup Chinese rice wine or dry sherry
- 1/2 cup brown Sugar
- 1 teaspoon Fennel seeds
- 3 whole Star anise
- 1 teaspoon Roasted Szechuan peppercorn
- 1 thick slice fresh smashed Ginger
- 1 Cinnamon stick
- 4 cups of Water
Wash and rinse the chinese chicken wings. Dry with paper towels.
In a pot, add all the ingredientes of the red chicken sauce. Mix all the ingredients and bring to a boil.
Add the chicken pieces and reduce temperature, a gentle simmer, and cook for 50 minutes. Turn the pieces once or twice.
Once finished, turn off the heat and let chicken sit, covered.
After some minutes, take off the chicken of the pot.
Serve the chicken wings with the sauce.
Some tips about this recipe of chinese chicken wings:
This simple technique for roasting Sichuan peppercorns will add an interesting flavor to your meals. To roast Sichuan peppercorns yourself, you’ll need the Sichuan peppercorns (1/3 cup is a good place to start), a small skillet or frying pan and a spice grinder.
- Shake peppercorns in a sieve to knock loose any dust that may be clinging to them. Spread on a small white plate and sort through, discarding any twigs, leaves, black seeds, or other unwanted material.
- Place Sichuan peppercorns in a frying pan over medium-low heat.
- Heat peppercorns, shaking pan occasionally until they begin to darken and become fragrant.
- Remove from pan and cool.
- When cooled, grind peppercorns with a spice grinder, mortar and pestle, or crush them with a rolling pin.
- Use as called for in a recipe, or store in a covered jar until needed.
Ginger is known for its natural healing properties. The scientific name of this “root” is Zingiber officinale, a medicinal plant, a natural anti-inflammatory, it helps fight respiratory diseases, osteoarthritis, diabetes and digestive problems and is also used to lose weight.
As it has a spicy, strong and aromatic flavor, experts recommend consuming it in moderation and accompanying other foods.
Thanks to the fact that it is very rich in essential oils, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and amino acids that provide many benefits to the human body, the consumption of this root is more than recommended.
The potential health benefits of ginger:
It can support your immune system.
You know that pungent and pungent smell that ginger identifies? That’s due to gingerol, a compound that has antioxidant properties to help support your immunity. Try drinking ginger tea or making a ginger salad sauce to give your health a boost and wellness.
It can reduce the risk of diabetes.
Scientists have linked some active compounds in ginger to improvements in insulin and metabolism.
This root lowers blood sugar and as such is excellent for type 2 diabetes. However, people taking medications (such as metformin and insulin injections) can be counterproductive.
It can also curb morning sickness.
And speaking of an upset stomach, pregnant women in particular should take note: Ginger can help reduce symptoms of morning sickness! In fact, research supports the safety and efficacy of ginger during pregnancy, with some improvement in symptoms compared to a placebo. A 2018 study found that expectant mothers who consumed 1g of fresh ginger root per day for four days experienced a significant decrease in nausea and vomiting and there was no risk to the mother or her future baby.
It can help prevent heart disease.
The same anti-inflammatory compounds in ginger can also reduce the risk of chronic diseases. Research in 2019 found that ginger can lower blood pressure and lower blood lipid (fat) levels, both of which help protect against heart disease, another 2016 research linked regular ginger consumption to reducing blood pressure. cholesterol and blood sugar compared to a placebo. But like diabetes, ginger consumption cannot compensate for a diet that is poor and high in saturated fat and added sugar. You will need to eat more vegetables, 100% whole grains, lean protein, fish, legumes, and beans to lower your risk.
It can reduce the risk of cancer.
The protective properties of ginger cells can reduce the long-term risk of certain cancers. This is because seasoning and other flavorings can reduce cellular activity that causes DNA changes, cell death, and cancer cell proliferation. It could also help sensitize tumors to treatments such as chemotherapy and radiation. While ginger is not a cure for all chronic diseases, using it regularly with many other spices and plant-based foods can help benefit overall health.
It can help you lose weight.
Some small studies have linked ginger intake – when combined with other plant extracts – to some weight loss benefits. And there is definitely some promising animal research linking ginger to weight management. But like everything else, ginger is not a magic pill for weight loss. Other components of a healthy and balanced diet are equally important for losing and maintaining weight.
Chinese chicken wings, the best I ever tasted!!
Chinese chicken wings