Recipe by Kelly Joy
"This is my version of a Chinese classic, Cold Ginger Chicken. I like to serve this with steamed jasmine rice and Japanese-style marinated cucumbers. It makes for a pretty presentation when sliced on bias and served with the bright green, fresh sauce drizzled all over it."
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skinless, boneless chicken breast halves
dry white wine
grated fresh ginger root
green onions, cut into 1/4-inch pieces
I think the salt amount was a typo. The salt was overpowering and almost made it inedible. However, my family agreed that this would probably have been delicious if the salt had been reduced to about 1/2 tsp, so I'm giving it 4 stars with the hope that it can be salvaged just by that one change.
This is NOT a pesto. This recipe is at a good start however needs a fair amount of changes and additions. Suggestions - Don't skimp on the green onions, shortly after adding green onions add 1-2T of lemon juice (this will add a little zest and freshness to the taste). As other reviewers have written... 1t. of salt is definitely enough. Lastly, ginger burns easily, so be careful because that can definitely make or break the dish.
1 Tbl. salt is a bit much for the onion mixture. I think most of that is meant to go in the poaching bath so take note! I only used a dash and it was adequate. Very tasty! I also doubled the onion/garlic/ginger sauce mix as we wanted more :) I also substituted for part of the oil unrefined coconut oil used for cooking that, unlike the refined, has a faint flavor of coconut. Mmmm.
EXCELLENT! I prepared it just as stated and it was not only tasty, but beautiful as well. I will next serve this for some company I'm expecting this weekend. Thanks!
I loved this. the "pesto" was so delicious, that even though I made double the sauce, my husband and I still wanted more! It was just the right about of sweet and savory. Of course, I read the reviews prior to making it and cut the salt way down.
I loved this! Cooking for one I used 1 chicken breast and halved the sauce, but I would have been happy with more! A few notes - I put about a teaspoon of salt in the poaching water, and then half a tsp into the sauce. (double those amounts if making the whole recipe). Don't put all of the salt into the sauce! This is not a real pesto, but that's OK! She says it's a variation on a Chinese dish, not an Italian dish. I will definitely make this again!
Yum, yum, yum! The garlic sort of caramelizes and adds this delicious little crunch to the chicken. I will likely double the sauce next time - we all craved more garlic and onion to add to each morsel of chicken.
Very yummy. Followed recipe exactly except only used 1 tsp salt
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Chicken with Ginger Pesto
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 83
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