Thursday, February 12, 2015

Flame Seedless Grape Chicken In Soy Sauce


Grapes are so delicious with chicken. I fell in love with the combination after trying out a roast grape chicken recipe, from a home cooking magazine I had subscribed to, many years ago. I make it almost every festive season now, but it just dawned on me a couple of weeks ago that it could probably go well in a stir-fry too.

It was an afternoon reflection on what I should do with the flame seedless grapes I had purchased out of impulse, that led me to try cooking this in another way.

"Roast grape chicken ........again? " The word 'again' echoed without enthusiasm in my mind.

I started imagining about a glossy dark soy dish. By dinner time, it was on the table and all of it devoured. This is it:

Flame Seedless Grape Chicken In Soy Sauce

What do you think?

Salty-sweet, tastes really yum! I had this with plain rice, but I bet it would be great with butter rice or springy noodles too.

Soy Sauce Flame Seedless Grape Chicken

Ingredients:
- 530g chicken (chopped into smaller pieces)
- 150g flame seedless grapes (halved)
- 1 large onion (sliced)
- 1 thumb ginger (julienned)
- 1 red chilli (chopped)
- 2 tbsp chopped fresh coriander
- 1 tbsp dark soy (thick salty-sweet variety)
- 2 tbsp pure leatherwood honey
- 6 dried cloves (aka bunga cengkih)
- 3 tbsp cooking oil

How-to:
1) Heat cooking oil in pan.
2) Saute onion and ginger for just awhile, along with dried cloves.
3) Add chicken. Stir-fry until lightly browned.
4) Add dark soy. Stir-fry until cooked.
5) Add chilli, grapes and honey. Stir to combine all the flavours.
6) Switch the heat off. Toss in fresh coriander. Mix and serve.

Note: I use a non-stick pan. Work quickly and keep stirring (to keep the ginger and onions from getting burnt). No water was added.

1) Ingredients. 2) Adding soy sauce into the mix.
3) Adding the grapes. 4) Finally, toss in fresh coriander.

Flame Seedless Grape Chicken In Soy Sauce



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17 comments:

  1. Oh Sharon, the sound of roasted grapes and chicken is incredible...I would love to have a bite of this chicken...especially with the shiny sauce...beautiful!
    Hope you are having a great week :)

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    1. Treasure from an old recipe magazine. I was hooked the first time I tried it! Now, I feel like digging up decades old recipe books to try..lol ^.^

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  2. Wow! This sound delicious. I cannot wait to try your recipe.

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    1. Thanks, Rose. Best discovery I ever made! ;)

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  3. Grapes and chicken do make a great combination! One of my hubby's faves is chicken salad with grapes in it. :) T. http://tickledpinkwoman.blogspot.com

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  4. I never eat chicken with grape... I have to check it.

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  5. I haven't made chicken with grapes either. But going by your recipe and pictures, why not?? Chicken usually makes me think...not the same chicken!! I love this variation and it looks very tempting, Sharon.
    Happy Valentine's Day!!

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    1. Haha...I guess we all struggle against cooking the same thing over and over again! ^.^

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  6. Brilliant, Sharon! I would love to experiment with this too. Never tried adding grapes to my cooking tho :D

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  7. I've never had chicken with grapes before but it sounds and looks like a winning combination

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    1. If it wasn't for an old mag, I wouldn't be cooking this today. :)

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  8. I love the combo of flavours, Sharon. It looks mouthwatering.

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    1. Thanks, Angie. Glad you think so. ^.^

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  9. We just love the fresh,tasty ideas you have for making any dish utterly delicious and special....this dish with sweet-savory-hot-sour flavors in every bite is outstanding...and the glaze is making us hungry...truly a winner,thanks so much :-)

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