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"3 Cup" Chicken Recipe
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ID: 2858 Upper Intermediate
Have you ever looked at that steamy and spicy plate of "three cup chicken" and wondered which three cups it's made of? In today's lesson, we show you how it's done so that you can not only make it yourself at home, but also learn some important culinary terms that you'll need if you want to follow a Chinese recipe. Photo by dedrawolff
Thu Mar 17 2016 | Constance Fang, Fiona Tian
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|具有||jùyǒu||to have; to posses|
sān bēi jī shì xiāngdāng jùyǒu dàibiǎoxìng de zhōngcài zhīyī ，bùtóng dìfang yǒu bùtóng de tiáowèi fāngshì ，yǐ tái shì sān bēi jī láishuō ，suǒwèi de sān bēi shì yī bēi máyóu 、yī bēi jiàngyóu hé yī bēi mǐ jiǔ 。
Three-cup-chicken is a signature Chinese dish, with different seasoning methods used in different places. In terms of Taiwanese Three-cup Chicken, the "three cups" are one cup of sesame oil, one cup of soy sauce and one cup of rice wine.
jī tuǐ ròu yī dà kuài
1: One chicken leg
Jiāng yī kuài
A piece of ginger
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