Home Roast Chicken

Home Roast Chicken

by Outstanding 1987

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During the dog days, the appetite is poor and the appetite is very low, but the consumption is a lot, the body sweats a lot, people are more prone to sub-health, and the body is weak.
Therefore, you should eat foods that are low in fat and high in nutrients and vitamins.
In this case, eating old hens is the first choice.
1. Promote appetite: Due to the long growth period of the old hen 3, the umami substances contained in the chicken are more than that in the young chicken, which is the main reason for making the chicken soup more delicious. In addition, the fat content in the old hen is relatively high, and the stewed soup is more fragrant, so it has the effect of promoting appetite.
2. Nourishing Yin and Nourishing Deficiency: The reason why the old hen soup is praised by many people is that the old hen is female and belongs to yin. It is good for nourishing qi and nourishing blood, invigorating the spleen and nourishing deficiency. It is suitable for yin deficiency and qi deficiency. People are nourishing. Especially for women with blood deficiency during menstruation or postpartum, it also has the effect of nourishing blood. Compared with the rooster, the old hen is more suitable for the young and the old, especially suitable for the elderly with weak physique.
3. Improving immunity The old hen contains a lot of protein, especially the high protein content of chicken breast meat and chicken thigh meat, which can promote development and improve immunity for infants and young children and people in the growth and development period. White-collar workers who are often in a sub-healthy state are best to eat more to enhance immunity and reduce the chance of illness. 4. Healthy old hens are also a good source of phosphorus, iron, copper and zinc, and are rich in vitamin B12, vitamin B6, vitamin A, vitamin D and vitamin K. In addition, the digestibility of old hens is high, and it is easily absorbed and utilized by the human body, which has the effect of enhancing physical strength and strengthening the body.


Home Roast Chicken

1. Prepare ingredients, old hen, peppercorns, ginger, green peppers, onions, potatoes, carrots, green onions.

Home Roast Chicken recipe

2. Cut potatoes and carrots into diamond-shaped pieces, slice onions, cut green peppers, garlic, ginger, and green onions.

Home Roast Chicken recipe

3. Cut the chicken into water, add ginger slices, and boil the peppercorns.

Home Roast Chicken recipe

4. Remove the meat and clean the blood.

Home Roast Chicken recipe

5. Put it in a pressure cooker and press for twelve minutes. Because it is an old hen, I added more water, and finally the remaining chicken soup is reserved for other use.

Home Roast Chicken recipe

6. Put peanut oil in the wok, add the green onion, sliced ginger and peppercorns, and let the flavour come out from the pan.

Home Roast Chicken recipe

7. Add the meat cubes and stir-fry them over low heat until they become slightly yellow.

Home Roast Chicken recipe

8. Pour in light soy sauce, dark soy sauce, five-spice powder, oyster sauce, sugar, rice wine, and stir fry for a taste.

Home Roast Chicken recipe

9. Pour in an appropriate amount of stewed chicken broth, just over the meat.

Home Roast Chicken recipe

10. Cover the pot and cook for 20 minutes.

Home Roast Chicken recipe

11. Pour in potatoes, carrot pieces, and salt.

Home Roast Chicken recipe

12. Cover the pot and cook for eight minutes.

Home Roast Chicken recipe

13. Add the green pepper, onion, garlic slices, stir fry the chicken essence to soften, and then serve.

Home Roast Chicken recipe


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