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Drunken Chicken Marinade - Lee Kum Kee - 410mlClick image to enlarge

Drunken Chicken Marinade - Lee Kum Kee - 410ml

Drunken Chicken Marinade - Lee Kum Kee - 410ml

(Ref: ORI036)

Price: 2.75

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Lee Kum Kee Drunken Chicken Marinade is made from an exotic blend of Chinese rice wine and selected aromatic spices. Following a traditional recipe, this authentic Shanghai-style marinade is rich in wine aroma and is best for making Drunken Chicken and Drunken Shrimps.

Recipe Suggestion for Drunken Chicken / Shrimp:

• Place 600g chicken in boiling water. Cover and cook until tender. Soak chicken in cold boiled water until cool.

• Drain chicken and cut into pieces. Pour over Lee Kum Kee Drunken Chicken Marinade until the chicken is completely covered. Marinade for 3 hours before serving.

Recipe Suggestion for Beef Shin in Drunken chicken Marinade:

• Cook 600g beef shin in boiling water for about 1 hour until tender. Take out and rinse with cold water until cool. Drain.

• Slice beef shin thinly. Soak in 1 bottle of Lee Kum Kee Drunken Chicken Marinade for 15 minutes. Pour away most of the marinade.

• Arrange on a serving plate and serve.

Ingredients: Water, Rice Wine 25% (Water, Rice, Wheat), Soy Sauce (Water, Salt, Soybean, Wheat Flour), Sugar, Salt, Flavour Enhancers (Monosodium Glutamate E621, Disodium 5'-Inosinate E631, Disodium 5'-Guanylate E627), Food Acid (Lactic Acid E270), Spices.

Shake well before use and refrigerate after opening.

Product Of China

If there are any allergens in the ingredients they are marked as bold.
•  Manufacturer (or, UK Distributor / Reseller) :

    Spices of India
    27 Haviland Road
    Ferndown Industrial Estate
    Dorset, UK
    BH21 7SA

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