Another thing that made this week better was dinner. I did a repeat performance of Mississippi Roast. I know there are a bunch of pins on Pinterest, but this is the recipe which I use. Next time I will throw in a few move peperoncini. The Help likes to eat them.
Of course the main reason why this week was better was D1's return. She brought a big, heavy suitcase home! I couldn't believe what she packed in there. She also used those Ziploc compressed bags to really pack a lot of clothing. I have no clue why she didn't take more things to the storage unit I rented for her, but I'm not gonna spend too much time trying to understand what goes on in her little head. I'm just happy she is home.
On the way home from the airport, we stopped at Noodle Club in Kamuela. Noodle Club was a hit with D1 and the Rents. KikukatDad was skeptical of the place when he heard it was one of D2's favorite restaurants. He said D2 is one of 2 people whose opinion on what good food is remains extremely suspect to him. The other is CAE! Anyway, both D1 and KikukatDad loved the KFC (Korean Fried Chicken) there. I really need to figure out how to make it, but I know it MUST contain ko choo jang.
Since I don't have the Noodle Club KFC recipe figured out yet, there was no chance in making it this weekend. Instead, I went to an old favorite, oyster sauce chicken. This is something everyone, including D2 and Mr. Dependable (the pickiest of the pickiest eaters I know), enjoys.
People I live with like wings. The Help eats the drummettes, and the Ds and I prefer the flats. KikukatMom also likes the flats. . .the flats have a higher skin to meat ratio. If you don't want to take the time to disjoint wings or if you just prefer boneless chicken, you could easily make this with thighs or half breasts. And while we are all aware of the cholesterol pitfalls from consuming chicken skin, how could you NOT want to have this with skinless chicken?
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2 lbs chicken wings
1/2 c flour
dash black pepper
8 tsp water
1 1/2 tbsp sugar
1/4 c oyster sauce
oil for frying
sliced green onions
Cut each wing into 3 pieces. Discard tips. Heat oil to 350 degrees. Place flour in a bag and shake chicken to coat. Fry until golden brown, Drain on paper towels. Place chicken on a serving dish. Heat black pepper, water, sugar and oyster sauce until boiling. Pour sauce over chicken pieces. Garnish with green onions. May be served hot or cold.