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Sichuan Chicken Thighs – Gordon Ramsay

Janice Jameson

February 26, 2015




A quick and simple recipe for sweet and spicy chicken thighs: marinated to make them tender and fried with aromatics for amazing flavour. A cheap, delicious dish.

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Aaron Woodard
- 5 Years ago

Awesome! Thighs are my favorite part of the bird!

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Erick Hernandez
- 5 Years ago

Great recipe. All though im disappointed. All these videos are cooked by
another chef. Gordon Ramsay is left handed. All these videos are cooked by
someone right handed . Gordon just narrates the voice witch is
understandable. He must lives a busy lifestyle

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nguyen le
- 5 Years ago

no salt and pepers?

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Steven Zhao
- 5 Years ago

I’d call this Cantonese chicken. Sichuan style 辣子鸡 don’t usually that
thicky sauce, but rather dried chili, sichuan pepper, and sesame seeds.

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Jay Xu
- 5 Years ago

Lol Sichuan Chicken, English style….. 

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saren kumar
- 5 Years ago

Thanks

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David Chiu
- 5 Years ago

Please never ever use olive oil while making any Asian dish. We never use
olive oil for anything except when were trying to cook some western food :)

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wsjjqxiaoq
- 5 Years ago

That is totally not my SiChuan chicken, you can say that is spicy thai
chicken with sichuan peper. Lol

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TheCoolProfessor
- 5 Years ago

Measurements would be helpful.

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weimondo
- 5 Years ago

sichuan pepper corns are disgusting

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FilmNerden
- 5 Years ago

Not to be that guy, but isn’t it Szechuan?

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KeefsCattys
- 5 Years ago

Did you say ‘Fermented’? I am a bit scared of fermented things in case my
cat got hold of the stuff…..Could I substitute for Stilton or Brie ???.
Lovely chicken though Gordon

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Art Hennessey
- 5 Years ago

Made this last night. I have his cookbook so I went off the recipe in
there. A great bunch of flavors in this dish. I didn’t have the sichuan
peppercorns so I toasted and then lightly crushed a tsp of black
peppercorns. Also, the video strangely makes it look like you just “fry” up
the thighs. However, the recipe actually calls for letting the thighs cook
in the covered wok or pan for up to 25 minutes under medium heat. They
came out perfect for me. Notes: I also had some star anise around, so I
dropped them in the wok to cook with the chicken. And I thought the “pinch”
of sugar didn’t seem like enough to balance out the dish, so I put a little
more in there. 

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Christopher Bird
- 5 Years ago

wtf is shouting wine?

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어디가
- 5 Years ago

damn i could almost see the cells on that chicken

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BobisBlog
- 5 Years ago

Gordon you are just brilliant, I love your dishes and you are my favourite
cook!

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Dr.Hasselbank
- 5 Years ago

Olive oil no good for dish. Chef need sesame oil on pan. Need use dry
chillies you silly Engrish man.

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FlayvorOfEvil
- 5 Years ago

I like to use black rice vinegar.

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brackpersian
- 5 Years ago

You need dried chilli for sichuan chicken. British chef is joke 

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Daym Drops
- 5 Years ago

This looks good..I might need to try it out this weekend!

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Kevin Decharinte
- 5 Years ago

Gordan my girl friend thinks you the best she’s dieing for your autograph 

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Ian Leggett
- 5 Years ago

Nice easy recipe Gordon thanks.

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momothebored
- 5 Years ago

errm.. where are the actual dried black szechuan chillis? Also this is
never served whole. 

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Danny Yang
- 5 Years ago

you should really put the ingredients on a list order by order in the
description box it will be such a great help! :D! 

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Gordon Ramsay
- 5 Years ago

Cheap, easy and delicious weekday meal – sweet spicy chicken thighs. 

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