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This is a great recipe..I made it with skinless thighs and poured off all of the rendered fat from the first 25 minutes of cooking before adding the oyster sauce mixture. Also after the chicken is done you can add the sauce from the pan to a bowl which has a little cornstarch & water whisked together in it...whisk the constarch mixture with the sauce to create a thicker "gravy" to spoon over the chicken..Yumm!
Way way way too sweet. Made a second batch of the sauce using only 1 tablespoon of sugar and it was greatly improved. Then added 3 tablespoons of Asian chili garlic sauce and cooked according to recipe. Absolutely great that way. Original recipe yielded a syrupy goo.
I was looking for an easy dinner tonight and was excited to find this recipe. I didn't expect it to taste so good! I added 2 inches of ginger, peeled and chopped and 1 teaspoon chili with garlic sauce to suit my taste. Can't wait to make this again. Thanks for sharing Myrna.
I love oyster sauce on chicken so I was looking around to see if anyone posted a recipe like this and if not I was going to submit it. Well I guess I'm too late!! This is the exact recipe I use for my oyster sauce chicken and it is phenomenal! I have a couple additions though first I add some Sambal (hot sauce)to the mixture and I marinate the chicken for 30 minutes before roasting. I use it on chicken wings instead of doing the same old buffalo wings.
I live in Australia and I have cooked this recipe twice now with an excellent result. My wife and son aged 22 enjoyed it the first and asked me to cook it for them again.Each serving was on a bed of boiled rice with a serving of stir fried seasonal vegies
If I recall I think this made a lot of extra sauce which I kept in a sealed Tupperware for making another batch. Later that week I marinated 10 more thighs in a Ziploc bag with that extra sauce for 2 days and took it camping with us. Tastes even better on the grill!
Made this tonight for dinner - it was an all-around winner at my house! Used brown instead of white sugar and threw in some minced ginger as someone else had suggested to counter the smell of the oyster sauce (which it did) - other than that as instructed and it came out great! Thanks for a great recipe!
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