It happens from time to time that after I eat something, I wonder just how is that dish made. Last month, I got to sample a basil chicken dish from a restaurant I reviewed called Chulicious. The rich, layered flavors of the chicken thighs marinated in sauce coupled with the aromatic herbs really had me unable to stop eating the dish. I remember between both my parents and I, we finished that entire take-out box of the basil chicken that night. This dish was one of those instances that ended up fueling my culinary curiosity and I delved right into some research. So, without further ado, here’s how things turned out.
Basil Chicken (also known as Three Cup Chicken) marries the flavors of fresh herbs with a sweet soy sauce marinade.
Taiwanese Basil Chicken (Three Cup Chicken)
Makes 2 – 3 servings
~ 1/4 cup sesame oil
~ 10 garlic cloves, chopped
View original post 661 more words