Pittige kippenreepjes van Mevrouw Stip...


Deze hoort thuis in een reeks recepten met als hashtag #hoemaaktuhet.

Pittige kippenreepjes van Mevrouw Stip...

Dit heb je nodig:

Kipfilet (1 halve per persoon is ruim voldoende)
Olie naar smaak (bv sesamolie of maïsolie)
Peper
Zout
Kerriepoeder (Curry)
Sesamzaadjes
Honing (1 koffielepel per persoon)
Een scheutje melk

Voor meer pit: chili-vlokken

hoemaaktuhet
hoemaaktuhet

Werkwijze:

Snij de kip in reepjes...
Doe olie in een pan...
Bak hierin de kip gaar...

Voeg peper, zout en sesamzaadjes toe...
Voeg eventueel wat chili-vlokken toe...
Voeg honing toe en laat de kip hierin lichtjes karameliseren...

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hoemaaktuhet

Voeg kerriepoeder toe en laat even bakken...
Roer de kippenreepjes regelmatig door elkaar...

Een scheutje melk erbij...
Goed roeren...
En het geheel laten inkoken...

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hoemaaktuhet

Zo ziet het geheel er aan het eind uit...
Mooi glanzend met een laagje kerriesaus.

Ik serveerde deze kippenreepjes op een bedje van mihoen...

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