Baked Chicken Winglets with Abalone And Broccoli
lee kum lee premium oyster sauce
lee kum kee first draw soy sauce
lee kum kee abalone in premium brand oyster sauce
lee kum kee golden dried scallop sauce
How to cook
Prepare ginger winglets
- Grate ginger finely.
- Squeeze ginger juice into chicken winglets and mix well with hand. Marinate chicken winglets with oyster sauce, light soy sauce and sugar.
- Set aside in the fridge for at least 2 hours.
Start baking and cooking
- Bake marinated winglets in a pre-heated oven at 175°C for 20 minutes.
- While the chicken is baking in the oven, proceed to boil water in a pot / deep pan under medium high heat.
- Once water boils, steam broccoli for 8 to 10 minutes over medium heat in a steamer.
- Once the broccoli is cooked, off the heat and pour all the oyster sauce in the canned abalone onto the broccoli.
- Set aside the abalones and broccoli till ready to plate.
Assemble and serve
- Arrange all the ingredients on a large plate.
- Enjoy the chicken winglets with the scallop sauce for the ultimate indulgence.
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