Sunday, June 18, 2017

Honey Chicken Chop

A sweet, moist, tender and juicy chicken chop cooked without deep frying. I usually baked or air fried the chicken chop as these methods are healthier, less oil and mess-free.  Marinated with some savoury seasonings and baste with honey gives it a bursting sweet and savoury flavours and it's absolutely great with rice or even on its own. 


2 Free Range Chicken Leg (boneless, about 280g) ???? 2?,280?

1 tbsp *Honey ?? 1??

* I use Huiji honey that is made from pure natural raw honey with a light jasmine flower scent. Not only love the taste of this honey, I love the bottle too! it's the specially designed anti-spillage cap which makes it a great helper in my kitchen.  ;)

Marinade: ??

1 tbsp Sugar ??? 1??

1 tbsp Oyster Sauce ?? 1 ??

1 tbsp Char Siew Sauce ??? 1??

1 tbsp Shao Xing Hua Tiao Wine ????? 1??

1/2 tsp Salt ? 1/2 ??

1 tsp Corn Flour ???/?? 1??

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Method: ??

1. Wash and dry the chicken legs with kitchen towels. 

2. Mix all marinades in a bowl, pour the marinade over the chicken legs. Mix well and cover with cling wrap. Keep in the refrigerator and let marinate overnight.

3. Remove the marinated chicken legs from the refrigerator. Let it sit on the counter for 30 minutes to return to room temperature.

4. Transfer the chicken legs onto baking pan. Reserve the marinade.

5. Bake in a preheated oven 180'C for 25 minutes (fan force). Baste with the reserved marinate and honey. 

6. Continue to bake for 15 minutes or until cook through. Remove the chicken from the oven, let it sit for 10 minutes before serving with rice.

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Some feedback from those who have tried this recipe:

By Shen Cui Ling

By Shen Cui Ling

By Nicole Mak
By Fhen Lau

By Fhen Lau

By Melanie Ruyeras

By Cheah Swee Sim

By Jun Mi

By Nicole Mak, used pork belly instead of chicken thigh.