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Black Bean Sauce Chicken

Chinese-style Black Bean Sauce Chicken

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First posted in Sep 2008, now updated with new photos and improved recipe.

This is a classic Chinese recipe for stir-fried chicken in a savoury black bean sauce. The savoury sauce is so addictive that I will usually cook extra rice to enjoy the sauce.

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Black Bean Sauce Beef Recipe

The bell peppers give colour and extra nutrition to the dish. Black bean sauce is very versatile, and you can use it to stir-fry many dishes, including my favourite Claypot Yong Tau Foo in Black Bean Sauce.

Chinese-style Black Bean Sauce Chicken

30 comments on “Black Bean Sauce Chicken”

  1. Ah, another easy peasy dish for any kitchen. I like your addition of hot bean paste. It will be good for yong tou fu as well.

  2. Hi

    The dish looks yummy, I would like to try out this weekend.
    May I know where can I purchase dried fermented black beans & la dou ban jiang ? From NTUC? Can email me the picture of the bottle if you dun mind?
    Can recommend me the brand you using?
    Thanks :)

  3. If using LKK spicy black beans sauce, can i omit using the fermented black beans?

    Seems a great recipe btw. Tried your black bean yong tau foo and it was fantastic.

    • The LKK spicy bean sauce is an instant sauce, so I think if you are using that, you probably don’t need most of the listed ingredients in this recipe. Thanks for trying out the ytf recipe, glad you like it.

  4. I just love your blog!

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  7. Can I use chicken drummettes or wings instead?

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