Jul 22, 2012

Korean Spicy Chicken Stew

This chicken stew recipe got my attention when I saw it over at "Cherry Potato" and I bookmarked it. I tried it out last weekend and love it. Definitely a keeper and I am going to cook it again. 


The sauce was a bit spicy and very rich tasting! This goes so well with a bowl of steaming hot calrose rice. 

Recipe adapted from "Cherry Potato", original recipe from "Rasamalaysia"
Ingredients:
2 large Chicken legs (cut into parts & seasoned with salt, pepper & sesame oil)
1 no Potato (cut into cubes)
1 no Carrot (cut into cubes)
1 no Onion (cut into pieces)
1/2 no Green capsicum (cut into pieces)
1/2 no Red capsicum (cut into pieces)
3 clove Garlic (crush)
2 cups Chicken stock/water
2 stalks Spring onion (cut 2" length)
1 tsp Sesame oil

Seasoning: (mix together)
2-3 tbsp Gochujang (Hot pepper paste)
1 tbsp Korean Chilli powder
1 tbsp Soya sauce
3 tbsp Rice wine
1 tsp Fish sauce
1/2 tsp Sugar




Method:
1. Heat a non-stick saucepan with 1 tbsp olive oil, brown the chicken and remove from pan, set aside.
2. On the same pan, fry crushed garlic till brown, add carrot, potato and onion. Stir fry for a few min and add half of the stock. Cook for 3 min, add chicken, seasoning and balance stock. Stir to mix well.
3. Cover the pan and simmer till the sauce thicken, add capsicum and cook till the potato is cooked.
4. Lastly add sesame oil and spring onion. Mix well and turn off heat.
5. Dish out and serve with rice.

5 comments:

Rubbish Eat Rubbish Grow said...

Oh woah! I did the stew for my birthday. But I did it in a steamboat style, so people can put in whatever meat they like and cook it themselves. 

FoodieFC said...

oh, bookedmarked! I love korean food!

wensdelight said...

Great! This is really yummy!

wensdelight said...

Oh that's a great idea too!

Mischelle Angelea Tanteo said...

Perth salons

These sure looks delicious. I haven't eaten it before but I'm curious of how it taste. I'll bet it's good.

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