Found a Korean recipe in a book printed long ago...it has chicken pieces being stir-fried with fermented salted shrimp (the small krill-like pink stuff that some Koreans like to use in their kimchi). I changed the recipe a bit, and now I have it as a weekly staple in my fridge.
I take a package of drumsticks (but you can use whole chicken...I just prefer dark meat) and use a cleaver to cut each leg into three sections (you can use boneless chunks though). I stirfry in a pot with half a minced onion and about 4 minced jalapenos. When veggies have cooked down a bit, I add a teaspoon of the fermented shrimp, stir, and cover to cook until done.
You don't have to have as much pepper in yours and can even sub a non-spicy version (like anaheim or bell) if you don't want any heat. My mother loves her foods hot, so I always kick up the spice for her. I prefer it super spicy as well.
Some tips: 1. Don't use any additional salt. The salted shrimp is very salty and usually is enough on its own. 2. Be careful after you have put in the peppers (if you're going spicy). Don't allow the fumes/steam from the peppers to reach your eyes or breath them in as it's not a good experience. Trust me; I know of what I speak.