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Hi everybody, hi icecoldkr0hyou’re asking me how to cook Lemon Chicken and Barbecue Spare ribs tonight I’m going to show you how to cook Lemon Chicken. Although it's not a real Chinese food but it’s the way recognize from the Chinese restaurant and take away. Personally I don’t eat the food from take away and I don’t cook them at home and the food the food from the take away of Chinese restaurant they usually everything go food. Usually it goes thru the deep fried procedure jut to make the food look nice and shiny and it’s too greasy to be honest with you it’s not healthy.
And my purpose of all these videos I’m trying to introduce some real and healthy Chinese food for all the Chinese food lover wants to be more healthier and slimmer and so I would like to share my cooking experience with you and show you my dedicated cooking Chinese cooking style and to help everybody get to know more about real and healthy Chinese food.
Okay tonight I’m going to show you the Lemon Chicken and home version and hope you like it.
Okay first of all you need to prepare the chicken and what we need is of course three Chicken breast here and try to choose the same size or it can’t be the exact the same but similar size and I’ve got here about 600 grams and just get whatever you need and I let it in the freezer for 2 hours so it’s kind of half frozen. The reason I do that because we need to cut into a thinner layer because it’s a whole chicken breast it will be too thick to deep fry them.
Alright okay let us just cut them into half, alright what you do is try to cut them in the middle, you need to use a quite sharp knife otherwise it’s very difficult to cut them and just try to cut them as even as you can but don’t worry about if it is not very even like cut it in half it’s much thinner.
Then we add a little bit salt and some ground black pepper 1 tablespoon of light Soya sauce and half teaspoon of chicken powder marinate the chicken pieces for half an hour and by half an hour time all the frozen bits all the frozen parts will be defrost.
In a while we prepare other ingredients and we need about 200 grams of dark but sweet potato flour. It's the sweet potato flour and for dipping just leaves it dry and 4 eggs beaten. If we need more we add more later on and also I prepared a salt here we need half cup of the water and 3 tablespoon of lemon juice and 2 tablespoon of sugar and a quart teaspoon of salt also we need the yellow parts of the lemon skin in to finely grated and just mix them together the reason we need the yellow pads is it got some color on up because I don’t want to use the commotion with yellow color so that’s all natural ingredients. Here you can’t – just the taste on your own add more lemon juice or more sugar and mix them together and have a taste and when we cook the sauce we need 2 tablespoon of the kong flour so I’ll tell you that when we start to cook the sauce.
Okay the next stage is just get 1 piece of chicken and coat them with the sweet potato flour coat them in both sides really then we dip them into the beaten eggs right here’s all it up in a wok medium heat. And then we just drop this piece of chicken been coated in the sweet potato flour and dip it in the eggs we drop them in and tone the heat down to the lowers deep fry the chicken pieces piece and until it’s golden brown.
We can deep fry 2 pieces together if you have a big wok and deep fry in the two in the thin can to save the cooking time right when the chicken pieces is golden brown. It’s done alright we absorb some oil and fat use some kitchen towel and towel and then we cut them into wide, wider strips alright cut all the chicken pieces into strips and put some few slice of the lemon pieces on the top right we’re going to make.
To make the sauce just boil the sauce and combine that before in a low heat and once it’s boiled add 1 teaspoon of the kong flour mixed with the 2 tablespoon of the water and adding to the boiling sauce and just stir it constantly until the sauce is smooth and thickens slightly when the sauce is ready pour it over the chicken, pour over the sliced lemon it gets all the lemon flavor into the chicken.
Alright okay that’s done I hope this video is helpful, okay thanks for watching