Chicken with distillers’ grains is a fine dish to set before anyone you’d like to treat like royalty. It has a rich flavor of the distillers’ grain. Taste salty and delicious.

There are two main sources of these grains. The traditional sources were from Chinese distillate spirits or beer. More recently, ethanol plants are a growing source. In this recipe, we use distillers’ grains of the fist source.

Recipe: Chicken with distillers’ grains

Taste: With a rich flavor of the distillers’ grain. Salty and delicious.

Features: Pure white in color.

Chicken with distillers’ grains

Chicken with distillers’ grains

Ingredients for Chicken with distillers’ grains recipe:

1 live tender chicken about 1,000 grams (2.2 lb)
100 grams (0.22 lb) distillers’ grain
45 grams (7 1/2 tsp) salt
2,000 grams (4 cups) water
18 grams (3/5 oz) sliced ginger
30 grams (1 oz) sectioned scallions
24 grams (4/5 oz) Chinese prickly ash

Directions to cook Chicken with distillers’ grains:

1, Slaughter the chicken, dress it and remove the inside. Wash it under clean water. Add the water in a pot and then add the chicken, 10 g (1/3 oz) of scallions, 6 g (1/5 oz)of ginger and 15 g (2 1/2 tsp) of salt, and bring to a boil. Then turn to a low fire to simmer for 40 minutes and take out. Add the Chinese prickly ash, and the remaining salt, scallions and ginger into the liquid while it is still warm. When it cools off, add the distillers’ grain and let the chicken soak for about 20 minutes.

2, Cut the chicken into four parts and place in a basin. Let the distiller’s grain alcohol go through a filter to get rid of any residue. Place the liquid from this process into the basin with the chicken and place in the refrigerator. Take out 2 hours later. Cut into small chunks and put on a plate. Pour on the original liquid from the pot and this Chicken with distillers’ grains dish is ready to serve. Enjoy it with steamed rice or anything you like.

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