Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Wan-Soy Chicken

Here’s my Wan-Soy Chicken recipe that I recently had one night in December. I needed a quick fix and had been craving for something salty (adobo is too common), so I thought of coming up with this instead.

Detailed measurements in cooking are not necessary as you can adjust its taste. Experiment! There are no rules when it comes to the flavor you want to produce on your dish. Be bold. Be daring. Don’t forget to smile or play some tunes when cooking as it will add more oomph to your dish. ;)



Chicken thighs
1/2 cup Soy Sauce
1-2 tbsps Garlic Granulated
chopped wansoy (coriander)
*chili flakes / cayenne / paprika
1-3 tbsps Oil
1/4 cup water


- Rub coarse salt onto chicken and rinse it with water.
- Place chicken onto a saucepan and pour in 1/2 cup of soy sauce.
- Sprinkle garlic granulated and spice of your choice.
- Add 1/4 cup water.
- Spread chopped coriander.

- Cover
- Simmer (medium heat) for 10 minutes on both sides.

- Preheat toaster/oven under 200 F.
- Brush tray with olive oil (or any type of oil you have in the kitchen).

- Place chicken onto tray, and let it broil in the oven for 20 minutes.

Just so you know, my tray didn't fit into the oven so I placed my chicken pieces on a foil, unwrapped.

- Garnish it with fresh coriander and goes best with steamed brown rice.  :)