In a mothers' forum I'm visiting, LC shared this and it was a hit with all who tried this recipe. I decided to give it a try but decided to reduce vinegar for I do not know how my kids will response to vinegar cooking. Seasoning was also reduced as I reckon it might be too salty for my family.
I've cooked this several times, with chicken quarters and mid-joint chicken wings. My kids prefer the latter, maybe because the skin was intact. DH on the other hand shuns away from vinegar so I never cook this whenever he comes home for dinner.
If you like pork trotters vinegar, I'm sure you will like this too. And a plus point is, you don't even need to marinate the meat in advance! Quick and easy!
Apple Cider Vinegar Chicken
300 - 400g chicken wing or baby pork rib (here I used chicken quarters, deskined)1 1/4 tbsp dark soya sauce (originally 2 tbsp)
1 1/4 tbsp light soya sauce (originally 2 tbsp)
1 tbsp of sugar, or honey
2- 3 tbsp of apple cider (originally 7 tbsp)
Enough water to cover the meat
- Wash and cut chicken quarters into cubes.
- Add chicken pieces and all seasonings in a pot. Using medium fire, cook till sauce is boiling. Reduce fire and simmer for 30 to 40 mins.
i just bought a bottle of apple cider vinegar, still dont know what to do, your yummy recipe just come on the right time. Thanks.
This dish ablsolutely go well with the rice, I love it too!
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This recipe is indeed simple! I will give it a try this weekend. Thanks for sharing the recipe.
I'd love to try out this dish. I have heard of people cooking 猪脚醋with chicken, I think this is something similar.
Btw, may I know which mummy forum you visit?
I have alot of homemade cider but have yet tried them in my cooking. How it taste like? Like vinegar trotter? Thanks for sharing.
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Nice! Looking forward to trying this at home!
I hope your family will like this too.
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This is indeed a very simple recipe, I hope you will give it a try.
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The forum I'm visiting is Singapore Motherhood.
I think they taste like vinegar trotters.
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Thanks for visiting. I like your braised bittergourd with prime ribs but no chance to cook it.
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