For some reason, I wanted to eat Bang Bang Chicken. I've never made it before, so I looked up some recipes on the net, and gave a go at making it. I went with Japanized Bang Bang Chicken recipe which is a lot less spicy than the original Chinese recipe.
I sliced up a couple of tomatoes and put the slices on a plate. Then I julienned 1 and a half cucumber and lay them up on top of tomatoes.
Then I boiled chicken thigh fillets with smashed ginger and spring onion until cooked. Cooked chicken was cooled down and cut into about 1 cm wide strips then laid on top of the cucumber. I made egg drop soup out of the broth from boiling chicken; filtered ginger and spring onion, added salt, soy sauce and pepper to taste then added some eggs followed by more fresh spring onion. Sesame sauce for the chicken was made from equal parts of sugar, vinegar, soy sauce, tahini (used 4 tablespoons each) plus chopped up ginger, spring onion and some chili powder by mixing them well; mixed sugar, vinegar and soy sauce first to dissolve sugar then added other components and mixed well. This mixture was poured over the chicken and then served.
It wasn't too bad, though it could use a bit more chili. Maybe next time.