Tracy's Nest

Wednesday, May 03, 2006

Grilled Chicken Wings

This is one of my favourites.
6 Chicken Wings
2 tbsp Honey
3 tbsp Hoi Sin Sauce
1 tbsp Honey
Dash of pepper
1 tbsp ginger juice
1 tbsp garlic juice
1. Mix well with Marinade and marinate for 1-2 hours.
2. Preheat oven to 180 degrees. Glaze baking tray with some oil. Place chicken wings onto the tray. Grill in the oven for 10 minutes.
3. Flip chicken wings, glaze the chicken wings with honey. Continue to grill the chicken wings for another 10 mins. at 200 degrees.
4. Heat the pan with a little oil and fry the remaining marinade to get the sauce.
5. Serve the grilled chicken wings with the sauce.
5. Do not pour the sauce onto the chicken wings, else the wings will not be crispy.


At Thu May 04, 09:29:00 AM, Blogger jazzmint said...

wah wah...suddenly so many cooking going on. Destinee got heat up her masak masak or not and help up :)

At Thu May 04, 10:08:00 AM, Blogger blurblur said...

*drools* fav too!!!! me, i can't stop drooling already....;p

At Thu May 04, 05:56:00 PM, Blogger Ryan Boy said...

wah! Destinee Jei Jei so lucky, your mmy can cook lots of Nice Foods!
my mmy need to learn from you la!
got any cooking class to join?

At Thu May 04, 06:07:00 PM, Blogger Tracy said...

Ya lor, in a good mood to cook nice nice & delicious dishes mar. Destinee helping me? Kacau kacau got lar.

Me too, I always drools over food esp. the deeeeliiiciiioussss food. (heehee)

At Thu May 04, 06:19:00 PM, Blogger Tracy said...

Leng Jai Ryan:
My mommy loves cooking but still got a lot to learn cos pappy sometimes do complain about my mommy's cooking (heehee).

Huh? Cooking classes? Don't let my mommy see this, she'll faint with proudness leh. Kekekekeke.

At Fri May 05, 02:02:00 PM, Blogger Jesslyn said...

how come when i roast my chic wing, it seem like not really crispy ha? taste is ok but the outlook not really nice ler! any tips?

At Fri May 05, 02:21:00 PM, Blogger Tracy said...

Actually hor, very sorry, I forgot to add this: If u want the chicken wings to be crispier, lay the chicken wings on the rack and grill. Make sure u put a tray lined with aluminium foil under the rack to collect the dripping oil.

If u marinate the wings and immediately roast them, the wings will still be soggy. Another method is: after marinating the wings, dry the wings either in the sun (like they dry the roasted duck, heehee, this will be too 'kua cheong') or dab dry the wings with kitchen tissue.

At Fri May 05, 02:33:00 PM, Anonymous maria @ twinsmom said...

macam those grill chicken wing in hawker store! yummilicious
emm... I got a bottle of Hoi-sin sauce in the fridge yet to know what to do, now.... I know.... thank you thank you.

At Fri May 05, 02:56:00 PM, Blogger Tracy said...

Aiyo, pai seh, pai seh lar. Far from those leh. Those selling the chicken wings are far more delicious.

Haha, so u know what to do with the Hoi Sin sauce now. Remember, don't put salt cos the sauce is oredi salty.

At Sat May 06, 04:44:00 PM, Blogger AsleyLee said...

Oh...why suddenly your blog become to a cook's blog?

Can i put the honey before i eat? i mean putting the honey to chicken wings like doing BBQ.

At Mon May 08, 10:27:00 AM, Blogger Tracy said...

Hui Sia:
Heehee, tried something new so would like to share with u all mar. And don't know how to post in mybabybay's cookblog wor.

Glazing the honey b4 u eat, I guess u'll get the sticky feeling (the honey will stick to ur fingers). Instead, u can glaze the wings with honey and bake again (as in No. 3)


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