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chicken has a cooking timing,if u over cook it ,it will not softly cook.like in chinese restaurants follow these recipes
Indeed, Jessy, that is exactly what I was thinking about when I saw the title of this thread. Absolutely a must visit Instructable by Bajablue. :-)
Thanks for this information. I'll try doing it...
Brine (soak) the chicken fo about two hours then drain, and season place in baking bag
I recommend marinade with herbs and peppers
slow cooking at a low temperature is one method of making sure chicken stays soft, or poaching in stock...
You could try my recipe - the chicken comes out very tender.
Will definitely try tonight and revert soon
I think hainanese chicken is the dish your thinking of,served with rice.
Basicly cooking in water on low temp without boiling and until just cooked. You can add suger, salt, ginger to the stock. Turn off heat as soon as juices are white when poked and let it stand. Slice after cooling in fridge and serve with soy and shallots. It also helps to use chicken thighs as they tend to be juicer.
marinate with curd or yogurt, this makes the chicken really soft after cooking.
Posted:Oct 9, 2012
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