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Pui asiatic / Asian style chicken

Multa lume, tot mai multa lume se da in vant dupa lucruri, idei, mancaruri si inovatii asiatice, sau dupa lucruri vechi dar care pt noi erau doar exotisme in carti cu iz de aventura. Nu pot sa zic ca ador mancarea de origine asiatica din simplul motiv ca nu am incercat foarte multe feluri de mancare care sa provina din acea zona. De cand am inceput nebunia blogaritului, la inceput fiind strict decisa sa blogaresc despre dulciuri si torturi, mi-am dat seama ca ideile mele de gospodina incepatoare ar putea ajuta si alti oameni in postura mea asa ca am inceput sa gatesc feluri noi, din toate categoriile. Asa a venit ideea unui fel de mancare semi asiatic, cum ii zic eu, unde am pus doar putin sos de soia, piper si curry.

Pt acesta avem nevoie de:

  • 2 pulpe dezosate de pui
  • 2 cepe de marime mijlocie
  • sare, piper, curry si sos de soia
  • si contrar asteptarilor, puiul meu asiatic a fost facut intr-un tuci 100% mioritic si nu intr-un wok

Luam ingredientele si le pozam. Dupa cum vedeti ceapa mea da sa incolteasca si nu aveam cum sa nu o pozez si pe ea.


Apoi punem ceapa tocata la calit in putin ulei. O scoatem de acolo sa nu se arda si punem si puiul taiat cubulete sau fasii, sa se prajeasca si cand se vede ca incepe sa fie gatit, adaugam ceapa la loc


Cand se prajeste puiul adaugam condimentele magice, o lingurita de curry, un praf de sare, piper si tot cam o lingurita de sos de soia si le lasam putin sa se cunoasca.

Eu l-am servit cu crema de usoturoi pe care v-am prezentat-o la rulada de ciuperci, si briosele cu spanac ca si garnitura. A fost o cina foarte satioasa, usoara si cu arome noi


Pofta mare!

English version:

Many people, more and more people are turning crazy about things, ideas, innovations and Asian dishes, or for others as old as the world, but for us these were just exotic flavor adventures in books we read. I can’t say that I love Asian food for the simple reason that I have not tried many dishes that come from that area. Since I started the work with this blogging insanity, at first strictly committed to Blogging sweets and cakes, I realized that my ideas as a rookie housewife could help other people in my position so I started to cook in new ways, all kind of dishes. So the idea of a semi Asian dish, as I call it, was a perfect way to introduce Asia on my plates with a little soy sauce, pepper and curry.

For this we need:

2 boneless chicken thighs
2 medium sized onions
salt, pepper, curry and soy sauce
and contrary to expectations, my Asian chicken was cooked in a 100% Romanian pot and not in a wok

Take a pic to all the ingredients. As you can see my onions started to sprout and I couldn’t take some pictures to it.
Then put the chopped onion in some oil to brown it. Take it out of there not to burn and add the diced or shredded chicken, to fry.When you see it begins to be cooked, add back the onion.
Then you add the seasonings over the fry chicken, a teaspoon of curry powder, salt, pepper and about a teaspoon of soy sauce and leave them to make acquaintance.

I’ve served it with garlic cream that I presented at the mushroom rolls and spinach muffins as a garnish. It was a very filling dinner, light and with new flavors.



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