Bun always loved Korean food, and especially chilli food. So I decided to make a simple homemade version of Korean spicy chicken, served with rice and a bottle of beer for Bun to enjoy.
600g chicken thigh
Milk (an amount that covers the chicken thigh)
Potato starch (enough for the chicken thigh)
Soy sauce..........1 tablespoon
White/cooking wine..........1 tablespoon
Grated garlic..........1 teaspoon
For the sauce:
Chopped garlic..........1 teaspoon
Chopped onion..........1 tablespoon
Tomato sauce..........2 tablespoon
Korean spicy sauce (BekSul)..........2 tablespoon (or more if you prefer more chilli)
Soy sauce..........1 teaspoon
Sesame oil..........1 teaspoon
(The Korean spicy sauce and potato starch can be found in Asian grocery stores.)
(Chopped onion and garlic and the sauce in separate bowls)
1. Wash the chicken thigh and soak it with milk for about 20 minutes, this helps to get rid of any smell from frozen chicken and makes the meat tenderer.
2. Wash the chicken again, drain the water and chop into desirable sizes. Then marinate them for at least 30 minutes.
3. Roll each of the marinated chicken onto the potato starch evenly, and then leave them aside for about 3-5 minutes.
4. Start deep frying the chicken in the oil pan (set on 180 degrees) until golden, then leave aside to drain the excessive oil.
5. Get a large pan and stir fry the chopped onions and garlic until aromatic. Then put in the sauce and chicken and stir them to ensure the sauce is evenly distributed over the chicken.
TA-DA! It's ready to be served with rice!
You can probably try to add in pieces of pineapples or sprinkle some white sesame over the top, as these will make the chicken tastier!
I am still a beginner (total noob actually ^^") and seeking for many ways to improve on my dishes, so feel free to drop me any comments on suggestions :D Have fun cooking and eating!!!