This recipe was scribbled in my recipe note pad ancient years ago, hahaha... many many years ago that I can't even recall when and where did I copy from. If you are the creator of the recipe, do let me know so I can give credit to you.
15 chicken wing (mid part) - washed and pat dry with paper kitchen towels
Ingredients to be pounded or blended :
6 shallots or small onions
6 cloves garlic
2 tbsp curry powder
2 tsp turmeric powder
4 tbsp oyster sauce
3 tsp salt
2 tsp pepper
2 tsp sugar
4 tbsp corn starch
1. Marinate the chicken wings in the ingredients for at least a few hours, the longer the better. Leaving overnight in the refrigerator is best.
2. Remove from the fridge one hour before cooking.
3. Deep fry until golden brown. (If you want to bake, pre-heat oven at 180 or 200C, bake for 20 mins and turn the wings over to bake another 20 mins or until cook.)
Oh these chicken wings are fingers ticking good, so yummy that I can gulp down 3 wings at one go, if dun need to be more considerated to keep some for others, I will definitely not stopping at 3 lol. Dear daughter also given thumbs up, she ate more than me. A simple and easy recipe, definitely a keeper!
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Yum yum. Kiving this to make it when hubby returns! thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Tempted to do it, hehe...ReplyDelete
Hmm, your chicken wings look so tempting and yummy!ReplyDelete
Nice to know that I can bake these chicken wings and don't have to fry them. Definitely a great keeper recipe for all occasions :DReplyDelete
Yes, I can see that they're darn good!ReplyDelete
I love chicken wings. :) Your dish certainly looks v welcoming and appetizing.ReplyDelete
Hi Edith, do give a try, is really yummy.ReplyDelete
鲸鱼蓝蓝蓝, oh chicken wing is my comfort food too heehee..ReplyDelete
Somewhere in Singapore, then do it hahaha..ReplyDelete
Sonia, indeed it is.ReplyDelete
Zoe, yes now I try to bake instead of deep fry as well.ReplyDelete
Yes Cheah, the chicken wings are really good.ReplyDelete
This looks very delicious... Glad to know I can bake these rather than fry...ReplyDelete
Mich, this is truely delicious, I often use this recipe using bake instead.ReplyDelete