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Monday, February 21, 2011

Fried Ginger Pork

Honey Garlic Pork




kooktocook | March 28, 2007 | 42 likes, 1 dislikes
Episode 38

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I just made this and it works really well except for the thickening, I think I may have used too much water. So I dissolved a bit of cornstarch in cold water and added it to the boiling pot. The sauce thickened instantly. I'm eating it now. I would recommend it with rice instead of chow mein, which is what I have at the moment. The chow mein contrasts too much with the sweetness of the pork. But an excellent recipe for sure!
ChristianInHollywood 1 day ago
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ShareRemoveFlag for spamBlock UserUnblock User@ChristianInHollywood Hello! The cornstarch will do the trick. More honey will thicken it up a bit too. The sauce should thickem as it is boiled/ simmer. Yep, too much water and it will take forever.

I enjoy it with the rice. We also like a veggie stir-fry with it too. As anything, next time around will be perfect. Thanks for the feedback/ thoughts. cheers! KtC
kooktocook 1 day ago
looks like Adobo to me :)
lllHanzolll 1 week ago
@lllHanzolll Similar I suppose but a bit different as this thickens up. The recipe here is similar for Garlic Spareribs. I have an Adobo chicken posted and the ribs too. cheers, KtC
kooktocook 1 week ago

Jerk Chicken



kooktocook | February 25, 2007 | 24 likes, 8 dislikes
Episode 26

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what are the measurements please ? also i made your chicken adobo today and OMG thank you so much!!!!!!!! it was flawless!!! loved every bite with jasmine rice :D :D
APPLEICEZ 3 months ago
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ShareRemoveFlag for spamBlock UserUnblock User@APPLEICEZ About equal parts of everything on the dry. Perhaps a bit more of the thyme and cayenne. Salt to taste. I use chopped fresh onion here so about a 1/4 cup (you can use dry onion too). Just wet it down with the oil and vinegar. All depends on how much chicken your making. Try a tsp. of each. I also enjoy that Adobo recipe, thanks for trying. Sometimes I fry the pieces it up after removing from oven. Perhaps dinner for me tonight, I haven't had it in awhile. cheers, KtC
kooktocook 3 months ago
finally a sane recipe! Though i would have thought there would be chilli in there
redzor812 1 year ago

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Tangy Garlic Hot Wings



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Coca-Cola Chicken Wings Recipe / 可乐鸡翅 Cooking Chinese Food





Coca-cola is a good ingredient to cook with when you are making a meal with chicken wings. With a combination of soy sauce and this soft drink, you can turn your chicken wings into a savory salty-and-sweet treat. This is, like most of my other videos, extremely easy to cook and delicious. Enjoy!

Also, my sweet daughter narrated this video! :)

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