Friday, May 7, 2010

Roast Soy Sauce Chicken

When I was clearing my freezer,I found I still have 1 qtr of left over braised-chinatown-soy-sauce-chicken. Since the soy sauce for chicken is still good,I would like to reuse again..Instead of braising soy sauce chicken like before this time I try the roasting method:Roasting soy sauce chicken..To my surprised ,roast soy chicken taste much better than braise chicken,maybe the soy sauce is well season or old enough.










Ingredients:
1 qtr braised-chinatown-soy-sauce-chicken
or
2 cups water
2 cup soy sauce for marinate chicken (it's written on the label,by LKK)
3 pieces star anise
1 cup brown sugar
1 stick cinnamon
2 inch old ginger,bruise and smashed
5-6 cloves garlic,peel and smashed
2 tbsp sea salt
*cook about ingredients*

1 whole chicken,about 4 lbs,clean,remove feathers or epidermis (yellowish outer layer of dead skin ) and set aside.




Method:

1:Clean and remove feathers or epidermis from whole chicken (yellowish outer layer of dead skin ),Cut the whole chicken in the center on one side(butterfly cut) and set aside.*as shown in the photo*
2:Marinate whole chicken in cooked soy sauce in a large container overnight.
3:Preheat oven to 375 F.Prepare baking tray with aluminum foil..Place marinated chicken on the tray.
4:Roast chicken for 45 minutes or to 1 hour..Remove cooked chicken from oven and let it rest for 10 minutes before cut and serve warm.










16 comments :

Angie's Recipes said...

The skin looks very crisp. Good that you roast it instead to braise. I guess that's why the skin looks so golden crisp.

Pete said...

I love to marinade chicken with soya sauce. Roasting it taste good!

ICook4Fun said...

mmmm how did you get the skin so nicely brown and cripy. I can't never get that when I roast mine.

Anncoo said...

Yes the skin looks really crispy, must try your recipe one day.

MaryMoh said...

I love that golden crispy look. Must be very delicious.

Sweet P said...

reminds me of home!!! i cant wait to try this out

Sandi said...

that looks really good!!!

PlumLeaf 李葉 said...

Looks delicious! Well DOne! I think I will have to try this one! I bet the roast chicken juices poured over the rice will be tasty too! Sluuuuurp!

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noobcook said...

must be really flavourful coz you marinated it in the freezer for so long. great idea!

My Asian Kitchen said...

Angies:
yes,it's taste better roast instead of braise,right? thank you:)

Pete:
Thank you:)

icook4fun:
thank you:)
Gert,I think the marinated soy sauce which was cooked previously do make the skin look brown and crisp.I guess it's the grease from the soy sauce.

Anncoo:
thank you:)

Mary Moh:
Thank you:)

sweetP;
thank you,let me know how's it's turn up!

sandi:
thank you:)

plumleaf:
Thank you:)


dave:
Thank you for the invitation to join..Yes I do get your email but was busy for last couple of days,so I don't have the chance to reply....would love to join soon!

noobcook:
yes its..thank you:)

Jessica said...

This looks yummy! Is the star anise a must for this recipe? Thanks.

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Wendy said...

I bought the ingredients today. I can't wait to try it. Thanks for the recipe.

Wendy said...

I do not have enough marinade. Went to the store to buy another LKK chicken marinade. I did not notice the smaller print of teriyaki on the new packaging. I went back to the store and another store to try to find the old chicken marinade. Can't find any. Perhaps they don't make it any more. I marinated the chicken Will see tomorrow how it turns out.

Wendy said...

The chicken thighs turned out very tasty. I marinated them overnight. Can't detect any teryaki taste. All the meat turned dark from the sauce instead of staying white. Is it because I use thighs which are much smaller pieces than a whole chicken and can absorb the sauce easier?

Anonymous said...

I made it for dinner tonight. It turned out yummy! It was a two-pound chicken and my husband and I ate it up. And this is me trying to cut out meat )))

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