If you’re looking for a delicious Chinese dish that’s a little out of the ordinary, you have to try this Stewed Chicken Wings with Chestnuts recipe. Hopefully, it will be as popular in your household as it is in Hong Kong. The dish is pretty easy to cook with one exception. It can be a bit challenging to get the skins of the chestnuts but there are suggestions in the recipe to make it easier. Enjoy!
- The tough part of making stewed chicken wings with chestnuts is cracking the nuts.
- Removing the papery skin from the chestnuts is one of the hard parts of making this dish.
- To make this dish, you will need 600 gm of chicken wings.
“Stewed chickens with chestnuts is quite popular in Hong Kong and a typical Cantonese home-cooking dish.”
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