Start by making the BBQ Sauce. I say BBQ sauce, it doesn’t taste exactly like BBQ sauce…but it is very nice.
Peel and finely chop the shallots. Put them in a frying pan, sprinkle the chilli powder over the top and fry them for about six minutes until they’re soft. I used a whole teaspoon of chilli powder and the result was too hot for my Mum and boyfriend; if you don’t like your food hot, then half a teaspoon is enough. Once the shallots have softened just add the rest of the ingredients and stir. Keep the sauce on a medium to high heat and stir it occasionally — it should thicken up nicely.
You are welcome. Thank you for trying my recipe and your feedback. I am glad it worked out well for you. Best regards to your family and please say thank you for me. Thank you for your support. Have a wonderful day
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I had this at the weekend and it is my new FAVOURITE recipe!! Oh my God it was devine and i’m making it again tomorrow night! Thank you so much for a brilliant recipe!!
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Hi Hector, welcome you to Germany. I live 100 km from Frankfurt and I buy all Chinese ingredients there. Sorry, I don’t know any thing about Mannheim. Have a great day ^^
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Hi, recently joined slimming world and whilst on the hunt for recipies came across your blog. The Hunters chicken was yummy!!! Look forwards to trying more of your recipes.
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I was asked to make Hunter’s Chicken for a special birthday meal and I found this recipe. I have to say it went down very well. Really tasty and slimming world friendly. I shall be making this again.
So now please sit down, lay back and enjoy!
Might this imply that I’d have to go to Frankfurt to find Chinese food products like black beans, oyster sauce etc. Or load up with sauces/condiments before I quit Hong Kong!
Thank you so much Roselind. I am so happy to read your feedback
This is delicious, tweeked it a little swapped the chilli for smoked paprika, will deffo be making this again, shared this link with my Mum who is also a die hard sw fan and she had already found your website and had this the same night as me. Thank you again for fab food ideas x