Sunday, June 14, 2015

Honey Soy Sauce Chicken Wings

Yes it's been a while since my last recipe post, I've been busy and lazy, neglecting my blog yes I know. I'll make it up to you by sharing this honey soy sauce chicken wings recipe, because it's just so easy and yummy to make! credits to Rasa Malaysia.

5 pcs chicken wings (split into two: wings and drummet - you get 10pcs after splitting them, good for two pax)

1 tbps soy sauce
1 tbps rice wine
1/4 tbps sesame oil
1 inch ginger, finely minced
A dash of white pepper

Glaze (cook the glaze until the liquid thickens)
1.5 tbps honey
1 tbps soy sauce
1/2 tbps mirin
1/2 rice wine

Pat dry the chicken wings and marinade them at least 30 minutes or overnight. Pre-heat the oven to 190°C for 20 minutes, lay the chicken wings onto an oven proof tray . Bake the wings for 10mins, then brush the glaze on them to continue baking for another 10mins. Continue this step until the chicken wings are a little charred (not burnt). Remove from the oven and sprinkle white sesame seeds on top for garnishing.

If you don't want to use the oven for this recipe, you can pan fry the wings until golden brown. Set the wings aside, and in another clean pan, heat up the glaze until it thickens. As the sauce thickens, place back the wings into the pan and coat evenly. Sprinkle white sesame seeds on the wings and serve.