Smoked Chilli Chicken  SERVES : 2 | PREPARATION TIME 2 MINUTES | COOKING TIME 8 MINUTES 

 
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Smoked Chilli Chicken SERVES : 2 | PREPARATION TIME 2 MINUTES | COOKING TIME 8 MINUTES 

Tender pieces of Chicken marinated in a crispy Hoi Sin coating, tossed with sweet red peppers, fresh chillies and dressed in a smoky chilli bean sauce. 
 

INGREDIENTS 

250g cubed Chicken (thighs or breast) 
½ cup Cornflour 
2 tbsp Hoi Sin Sauce 
1 cup Vegetable Oil 
1 Sweet Red Pointed Pepper (approximately 110g), chopped into 2cm long diagonal pieces 
2-3 Large Red Chillies (approximately 60g), chopped into 2cm long diagonal pieces 
2 tsp Garlic Puree 
1 tbsp sugar 
1 ½ tbsp Doubanjiang (fermented chilli bean sauce) 
½ tbsp Rice Vinegar 
½ cup Water 

METHOD 

In a large bowl, massage the hoi sin sauce into the diced chicken and then lightly coat the marinated pieces with cornflour, banging off any excess. 
 
Heat the oil in a wok over a high heat and fry the chicken pieces for 4-5 minutes stirring regularly to ensure even cooking and browning. Remove the chicken to a side plate and carefully tip the excess oil from the wok into a heat proof bowl. Place the chicken back into the wok over a high heat, add the prepared sweet peppers and chillies and cook for 1 minute, the add the garlic puree and after 30 seconds add the remainder of ingredients, continuing to cook for a further 1 minute. Once everything is well combined, transfer to a serving plate. 
 
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Hi, I'm Kwoklyn 

I literally grew up in the kitchens of my parent's Chinese takeaways and restaurants. 
 
I’m pretty sure if you cut me in half it would say “10 minute” (in a broad Chinese accent), which is pretty much what we told every customer who asked how long their order would be. 

Hi, I'm Kwoklyn 

I literally grew up in the kitchens of my parent's Chinese takeaways and restaurants. 
 
I’m pretty sure if you cut me in half it would say “10 minute” (in a broad Chinese accent), which is pretty much what we told every customer who asked how long their order would be. 

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