Wow… it’s been a long time since I’ve visited my blog 😦 Unfortunately super busy these days with the MBA but I’m sure as the year goes on there will be plenty of times where I will procrastinate and turn to writing here instead.
This recipe is a super easy one (again)… but what can I say…am a student once again.
Basically, in a blender add: garlic, ginger, red chilies, soy sauce, honey, sesame oil and chili sauce. Blend. Can also add lime juice.
The blended mixture should be quite loose and liquid-y – not a paste and not too thick with honey (although adjust to suit tastes).
Transfer the liquid to a pot on the stove and gently heat until just warmed through. Swirl a bit and let the mixture stand. Heating the mixture just lets the flavours combine a bit more.
Add to the now-cooled mixture some chopped chicken and allow to marinade for a few hours.
After marinading. Cook on the stove top and enjoy with some rice. Top with a little coriander and spring onions.