Chicken Wing and Konnyaku Stewed in Vinegar

Chicken Wing and Konnyaku Stewed in Vinegar

I stewed chicken wings and konnyaku in vinegar and soy sauce so that I could enjoy a refreshing meal. The meat is really tender.

Ingredients: 4 servings

Chicken wings
12-14 pieces
Knotted Konnyaku noodles
One pack of 10
Ginger (sliced)
One piece
Garlic (ground)
One clove
Boiled eggs
*100% rice vinegar
100 ml
*Soy sauce
100 ml
80 ml
80 ml
*Raw cane sugar
3 tablespoons
1 tablespoon + 1 tablespoon (for finishing touch)
Katakuriko dissolved in water for thickening
1 tablespoon
2 tablespoons
Broccoli for decoration
As desired


1. Place the ginger, garlic, and * ingredients into a pot, and bring to a boil. (Add in the green part of white scallions and celery leaves to get rid of the odor if you have it.)
2. After bringing to a boil, add the chicken wings and konnyaku noodles to the pot. Bring to a boil once more and remove the scum.
3. Turn down the heat (from medium to low), and simmer for 30 minutes.
4. Flip them over halfway through so that the flavor soaks completely, add a tablespoon of mirin and the katakuriko slurry for the final touch, and stir.
5. Serve in dishes together with boiled eggs and broccoli, and it is done.

Story Behind this Recipe

My family often eats sour stews. I uploaded this recipe for my daughter, who is learning how to cook.