Thursday, 10 February 2011

Baked Chicken Wings

For over 5 days now since we got back from Kuala Lumpur, where I with my sister Kristine and her boyfriend Aba, spent the Chinese New Year, I haven't been myself.  I am ... bored... depressed... lost, you can say that.  Don't ask me why as I can't figure it out yet, well, i'm lazy to figure out the why.  I find it too cumbersome to know why  i'm in this type of mood.

Anyways, to make my time useful, I've decided to write the recipe of my favorite baked chicken wing.   Well, it's a revised recipe  based on my Auntie Alma's helper's dish she cooked during our November visit at their house.  Frederick liked it so I promised him I'll make one for him.

So here's the recipe:

       Ingredients:

chicken wings  - 10 to 12 wings

        Ingredients for the marinade:

oyster sauce - 10 tbsp

soy sauce  - 10 tbsp

water  - 3 tbsp

sugar   - 3 tbsp

pepper

garlic, crushed and chopped  - 6 cloves

You can also put chili if you want it hot and add more pepper to make it more spicy.

       Cooking Procedure:

1) mix all the ingredients for the marinade. make sure that the sugar is totally dissolved.  That's the reason why a 3tbpn of water was added.

2) marinade the chicken wings for at least an hour but it would be tastier if these were marinated overnight.

3) spray or spread a small amount of oil on non-stick baking pan.  arrange the chicken on it (do not put the marinade sauce)

4) bake the chicken at 200 degrees for at least 20 minutes on both sides

There you go. enjoy the  juicilicious goodness of my baked chicken wing

-Sharosem(10February2011)

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