Deep-fried Chicken Dices with Walnuts

Deep-fried Chicken Dices with Walnuts is a chinese home cooking that taste a little Salty and slightly spicy. The walnuts are fragrant and crispy while the chicken is slippery. Just so delicious! Can’t believe it? try it your self!

About Walnuts: Walnuts are a delicious way to add extra nutrition, flavor and crunch to a meal. While walnuts are harvested in December, they are available year round. In the last 20 years the scientific and public opinion concerning nuts consumption has changed dramatically. Once considered to be too fatty and unsuitable for daily consumption,we now know that nuts have an optimal lipid profile and contain many antioxidants and phytochemicals, which makes them a forefront food in the prevention against numerous chronic diseases.

Recipe: Deep-fried Chicken Dices with Walnuts

Deep-fried Chicken Dices with Walnuts
Deep-fried Chicken Dices with Walnuts

Preparation Time: about 20 Mins
Cooking Time: about 20 Mins

Taste: Salty and slightly spicy.
Features: The walnuts are fragrant and crispy while the chicken is slippery.

Ingredients for Deep-fried Chicken Dices with Walnuts recipe:

250 grams (0.55 lb) chicken breast
150 grams (0.33 lb) shelled walnuts
1 egg white
4 grams (2/3 tsp) salt
2 grams (1/2 tsp) MSG
5 grams (1/6 oz) scallions
10 grams (1/3 oz) ginger
5 grams (1/6 oz) dried red chilis
75 grams (1 tsp) cooking wine
12 grams (1 2/3 tbsp) dry cornstarch
500 grams (1 cup) oil (only 75 g or 75 tbsp to be consumed)

Directions to cook Deep-fried Chicken Dices with Walnuts recipe:

1, Beat the chicken breast with the side of a chicken knife to soften the texture of the meat. Make light cross-cuts on the meat. Cut the meat into cubes 1.5 cm (0.6 inch) wide each side. Place in a bowl.

2, add the egg white, 2 g (1/3 tsp) of salt and 10 g (1 1/2 tbsp) of dry cornstarch and mix well. Mix the remaining cornstarch with water. Soak the walnuts in ukewarm water, remove the fine skin and deep-fry. Drain off the oil. Cut the scallions into sections 1 cm (0.4 inch) long. Cut the ginger into small thin slices the size of finger nails. Reduce the red chilis into sections 1 cm (0.4 inch) long.

3, Heat oil in a deep frying pan over strong fire to bring the temperature to 70-100 degrees Celsius (160-210 degrees Fahrenheit) and slippery-fry the chicken cubes for 1-2 minutes. Take out and drain off the oil in a strainer.

3, Put 25 g (1 2/3 tbsp) of oil in the wok and stir-fry the scallions, ginger and red chilis until they produce a strong aroma. Add the cooking wine, water, salt and MSG and bring to a boil. Thicken with the mixture of cornstarch and water. Put in the chicken and walnuts and turn several times. Sprinkle on a few drops of sesame oil.

4, Remove from heat and take out to serve. Enjoy your own Deep-fried Chicken Dices with Walnuts recipe.

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