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Sunday, 18 March 2007

Warm fusion: Ambassador, you're spoiling us



Following our positive experience at the Niki Noodle, we decided to push the boundaries of the fusion between Reggae Reggae Sauce and the Far East. Just think of as ambassadors. Ambassadors of sauce.

Anyway, we decided to spice up one of our favourite stir-fry recipes - sweet mango chicken n' noodles.

What you'll need:

2 x chicken breasts (organic, free-range only please - we're don't like torture / want to grow breasts in weird places)
1 x sliced mango
4 x spring onions, chopped into big pieces
2 tablespoons of mango juice (or orange juice)
1 tablespoon of sherry (or rice wine of you're a flash git)
1 x teaspoon of cornflour
A squeeze of honey
Salt and pepper
1 x tablespoon of soy sauce (and some extra for noodle splashing)
1 x tablespoon of Reggae Reggae Sauce
Chopped pak choi
Noodles for two

We just scared ourselves with the list of stuff you need for this. But it's easy. Put the mango juice, sherry, cornflour, soy sauce, Reggae Reggae Sauce and honey in a bowl and mix it well (that's the marinade). Cut up the chicken and dump it in the marinade. After a few minutes of marinading, throw the whole shebang in a very hot wok and brown the chicken.

As that's happening, cook the noodles, drain and splash with soy sauce and some sesame oil. Then add the fresh mango, spring onions and pak choi to the stir frying chicken and cook for a couple of minutes until all the veg is hot but not too soft. Season with salt and pepper.

Serve. Eat. Get angry. Switch chopsticks for fork. Eat. Love.

1 Comments:

Blogger Super Dope Fly said...

Superb blog. Keep it going.

20 March 2007 at 19:46  

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