Tuesday, 27 September 2011

Sweet and Sour Chicken Wings


I have been lazy to write new post , edit pictures etc for the last days.
I have been thinking for few days , this is how it goesin my head
Inside my Head : Should edit the picture
Me : No too lazy
Inside my Head : Should start writting a post
Me : Too lazy
And yesterday while Skyping to my sis, she asks how come there is no new post in your place....
and this goes one for few days untill me give in and here I am sitting thinking what to write.
Ok now to what is happening here at home, Shyama is gone back to College after three months of holiday, not that I should moan tha she is not home as I am lucky that she will come home every weekend.
And this is her second year so not that much worry as she knows the place , shops, and have a good bunch of friends in her place so in a way I really should not moan.
Now to the recipe when I make this chicken wings, everybody loves it, it gets finished so fast that these days when I make them I make a bigger bunch.

500 gm Chicken Wings ( i always remove the skin as none of us like the skin)
1 tsp salt
1 tsp light soyasauce ( I didn't had so i used dark)
3 tbsp cornflour mixed with a bit of water.
Few tbsp of corn flour
4 tbsp rice vinegar
3 tbsp sugar
2 tbsp soya sauce
3 tbsp tomato Ketchup
1 tbsp oil
1 tsp garic finley chopped
1 tsp ginger finley chopped
Couple of sprin oions finley chopped
3 to 4 chillie pepers sliced
1 tsp seasame oil.
Oil for deep frying

Wings are fried crispy


Sauting the onions etc...


Add the sweet and sour sauce


Marintat the chicken wings with light soysauce with 1/2 tsp salt for 15 minutes.

After 15 minutes mix the wings with the cornflour water mix. Then just roll each chicken wings in corn flour.
Heat the oil in a wok and deep fry the chicken wings in batche till tehy are golden brwon and fried.
It will take almost 8 minutes to fry each batch. Unless if you have a hugs wok and you can fry them once unlike me.

Now while they are frying, make the Sweet and sour sauce.
Heat the vinegar in a medium fire in a pan add the sugar and stir , add the rest of the soya sauce and tomato ketchup and mix well.
Heat in a another wok 1 tbsp of oil, add the onions, gigner, garlic and whillies? And fry tem for few minutes.
Add the sweet and sour sauce if it is too watery just add a bit of corn flour mixed with water to make it a it thick.
When the sauce begins to buble up add the fried chicken wings and mix every thing well, just make sure each wings are coated with teh sauce. Lastly add the seasame oil and serve hot.


23 comments:

Gloria said...

What nice plat Happy cook I love chiken wings! gloria

Priya said...

Omg, mouthwatering here..seriously feel like having some..

arthi said...

really awesome..looks very delicious..

Neetz said...

OMG!! i m drooling over those chicken legs!! superb!

Vandana Rajesh said...

Yummm..this looks so good. Loved the colour of the sauce..have a pack of chicken wings in the freezer, this is a real must try this week itself.

Spandana said...

The chicken wings look super tempting!!

Swathi said...

I won't eat chicken wings, but this one looks delicious.

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

looks awesome!

Cakelaw said...

These wings look delicious Finla - do you think it would be wrong to eat them foe breakfast?

Cham said...

Haha, same thing is happening here for my posts though I have plenty of recipes in line...
Great That S. was with u for 3 months. So u should have baked sweet treats a lot :)
The pict makes me drool

Priti said...

Yum ....looks so good and pics are fab

Bombay-Bruxelles said...

Looooks soooooooooooooooo good!!!!!

Umm Mymoonah said...

Finger looking goodness, wish I could have atleast one of these.

San said...

Sometimes it happens finla. No wonder we try hard to write n post quite often the laziness pops up in. Glad you fought back n posted scrumptious chicken wings.

Marian said...

Oh, these look soooo yummy! I would love to try them out... Do you think it would work if I would leave the chilipeppers out, as my children don't eat it when it's too spiced...?

Happy Cook / Finla said...

Marian You don't have to add them, especially as kids won't eat them.

Susan from Food Blogga said...

This is a great come back recipe!

Angie's Recipes said...

They are fingerlickingly GOOD!

Miri said...

These look delicious!! My daughter has taken a fancy to chicken wings she tasted somewhere, but I havent tried them at home because of the deep frying involved!

Rinku Naveen said...

Drooling over those sweet and sour chicken. Yumm..

Mandira said...

absolutely delicious! I have any such conversations inside my head too :)

Ivy said...

I know what you mean about feeling lazy to post. The chicken wings look delicious. I never cook them because of the skin and never thought of removing it but this is a great idea.

meeso said...

Wow, amazing wings! Nice recipe!