Jasmine Oolong Whole Chicken Leg with Philips Pressure Cooker

Pressure Cooked Jasmine Oolong Whole Chicken Leg

Having been cooking for a while now and had been toying with the ideal of using tea infused cooking. What I have in the freezer was a pair of whole chicken leg and that gave me the ideal to cook Jasmine OOlong Tea Chicken with the help of the Philips Pressure Cooker. It was simple, fast, easy and less cleaning hassle. Not much ingredients need as most of them is available inside any Chinese kitchen cabinet. The cooking voyage sailed smooth and comfortably. The outcome was just terrific.

Brewed Jasmine Oolong Tea & Fresh Whole Chicken Leg

2 whole Chicken Leg
10gm Jasmine Oolong Tea Leafs
1 bowl Chicken Stock
3 slices Fresh Ginger
5 tablespoon Dark Soya Sauce
1 cup Supreme Soy Sauce
1 teaspoon Sesame Oil
5gm Rock Sugar
pinch of salt and white pepper
2 tablesp0on of Chinese Wine (optional)

Pressure Cooked Jasmine Oolong Tea Whole Chicken Leg

1. Wash the whole chicken leg and pad dry and rub on some salt to it and leave it aside.
2. Apply 3 tablespoon of dark soya sauce to the chicken and rub till the outer skin of the chicken turn brown.
3. Brew the Jasmine Oolong tea leafs with warm chicken stock, leave it to cool.
4. Into the pressure bowl add in Jasmine Oolong tea stock, ginger, Chinese wine, supreme soy sauce, balanced dark soy sauce, rock sugar, salt to taste and the whole chicken leg. Close the top cover and set vent to close.
5. Press steam mode, adjust to 10KPT and switch on the start button. Once complete leave it on warm mode for 10mins.
6. Add salt to taste. Enjoy.

Jasmine Oolong Tea Whole Chicken Leg

The outcome is awesome as the Jasmine Oolong Tea fragrance the air while the chicken looks gorgeously plump, soft and tender. The sauce is rich worth a gamble with any white rice. Smells truly sensation like having a pretty by your side, can truly lurking with joy and sensation.

Cook with Sidney Kan !


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