Taiwanese Sesame Chicken is a popular chicken soup among Taiwanese. It is best eaten during the cold seasons. I love to add vegetables to this soup and also add noodles to make it a complete meal. This dish is quite easy to make.
Two to three chicken drumsticks or 1/2 chicken chopped to pieces
3 table spoons of Sesame oil
1/2 bottle or 1 bottle of rice wine
Vegetables: you can use mushrooms, cabbages, leaks, cauliflower (optional)
(Use a lot of ginger. The more chicken you put, the more ginger you should use.)
Slash a few lines into the chicken as seen in the 1st photo above. Make sure to do both sides of chicken.
It tastes much better if you simmer chicken for at least 2 hrs.
It tastes so good. No wonder it is so popular among Taiwanese people! Nothing warms you inside as much as a good bowl of sesame chicken!
Chinese feed this dish to women during the month after their childbirth to nourish them back to good health, because it is considered a tonic food. Anyone can eat this dish to strengthen their health.
If you feel cold all the time or feel feeble, try this dish!
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