Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Apple Cider Vinegar Chicken


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
Ingredients
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

Method
  1. Wash and cut chicken quarters into cubes.
  2. 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.

11 comments:

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

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.

DG said...

This dish ablsolutely go well with the rice, I love it too!

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Vivian Pang said...

This recipe is indeed simple! I will give it a try this weekend. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

Cook.Bake.Love said...

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?

My Little Space said...

I have alot of homemade cider but have yet tried them in my cooking. How it taste like? Like vinegar trotter? Thanks for sharing.
Cheers, Kristy

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PapaCheong's 拿手好菜 said...

Nice! Looking forward to trying this at home!

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Blessed Homemaker said...

Sonia,
I hope your family will like this too.

DG,
Thanks for the award!

Blessed Homemaker said...

Vivian,
This is indeed a very simple recipe, I hope you will give it a try.

Cook Bake Love,
The forum I'm visiting is Singapore Motherhood.

Blessed Homemaker said...

Kristy,
I think they taste like vinegar trotters.

Muimui/Beanie,
Thanks for the award.

PapaCheong's,
Thanks for visiting. I like your braised bittergourd with prime ribs but no chance to cook it.