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Pulled chicken

A great use for chicken that has already been used to make stock, or any leftover chicken meat. This method of using the leftover meat originates from China.

Pulled chicken

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Ingredients

500

g

chicken breast, cooked

½

tsp

Szechuan peppercorns

3

cloves

garlic

2

tbsp

ginger root, grated

1

tbsp

chilli sauce

100

g

sesame paste

50

g

sesame oil

1

dl

light Chinese soy sauce

0.5

dl

Shaoxing rice wine

0.5

dl

Chinese black rice vinegar or Japanese rice vinegar

50

g

granulated sugar

0.5

dl

chicken stock (preferably Chinese)

Preparation method

  • In a dry pan, toast the Szechuan peppercorns and grind finely.
  • Combine all other ingredients except the chicken.
  • Pull the cooked chicken meat into long strips.
  • Combine with the dressing and use. 

Serving suggestions

  • As a component in a salad, e.g. with cucumber, spring onion and glass noodles.
  • As a component in a sandwich, e.g. with cucumber and fresh herbs such as coriander and Thai basil.
  • In a pita bread with iceberg lettuce, mixed cress and chilli sauce.

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