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Sweet and Spicy Chicken Wings Recipe 甜辣鸡翼

Wednesday, September 03, 2008 | Labels: , , , |

Yes, another feature on one of my favourite things to eat, sinfully delicious chicken wings! (I did lessen the 'sin' factor by baking instead of deep-frying them though). As mentioned before, you will find that chicken wings are so easy to prepare and as long as you have a tasty marinade going - it takes quite a lot to mess them up (unless you're my sister! tee hee!). This time, I drenched the chicken wings in some sweet chilli sauce and basted them twice during the baking process. I find that the basting really helps to create the yummy-looking and tasting glaze that I've hopefully captured on my camera.


On a separate note, it was pretty hilarious yesterday when I went shopping with my girlfriend at Fashion Valley (this is the mall in San Diego) - I did not buy a single piece of clothing but went home with dishes! I'm sure you don't want to see my food on the same dish over and over again right? haha

Close-up of the yummylicious wings


My other recipes for finger licking chicken wings:
Deep-fried Nam Yue Chicken Wings Recipe
Sake Chicken Wings Recipe

12 Chicken wings/ drummettes

6 tbsps sweet chilli sauce
2 tbsps dark soy sauce
1 tbsp fresh ginger juice
2 tsp garlic powder
2 tsp sugar
Splash of sesame oil
Splash of Chinese Rice Wine

Basting liquid:
1 tbsp dark soy sauce
2 tbsp sweet chilli sauce

Marinade the chicken wings with the above as long as you can, preferably overnight. Heat your oven up to 425 F - based on my experiments, this is the best temperature for these chicken wings. Line a tray with some oil - lightly spray or coat (with a scrunched up paper towel or a brush if you wish) lightly. Place the wings away from each other on the tray. Bake for about 15-20 minutes, basting twice during this period with a mixture of dark soy sauce and chilli sauce.

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Jo said...

Thanks for visitng my blog. Did you notice that the name of your blog is part of the tag line of mine, hahaha..... No wonder we met. Nice to 'meet' you.

Tastes of Home said...

hey Jo! Nice to meet u too! yup, I just noticed, I'm far and away in San Diego thats why I named my blog tastes of home. what a coincidence! I found your blog through Lily's!

Salt N Turmeric said...

Those look yummy. I would have to cook it longer since both of us like it over done. lol.

Tastes of Home said...

hey there F! yeah, definitely just bake longer till it crisps up more then haha

tigerfish said...

Yes yes...i love how easy it is to bake chicken wings. My fav is turmeric + curry powder + sambal + honey. Spicilicious!

Tastes of Home said...

yup tigerfish!

i must try out what you suggested! honey is always good for chicken wings! yummy

Kitchen Flavours said...

This recipe looks yummy.

Kitchen Flavours said...

Chicken wings looks divine.

Tastes of Home said...

thanks kitchen flavours for dropping by! yup, I love chicken wings, can u tell?? hehe

Zesty Cook said...

Hey Tastes of Home.... love your blog and I love this recipe. I could eat chicken wings everyday.... I can never have enough of them!!! Great post. I subscribed to your feed - can't wait to see more of your recipes.


Tastes of Home said...

thanks for your support zesty cook!

yup, I love chicken wings too :) yummy

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