Monday, 8 August 2011

Vietnamese Chicken Wings

These chicken wings are amazing......I love them, you can make them as spicy as you want or not spicy at all and they are great either way. My husband created this recipe and I am so glad he did. The kids don't really like them because they have green things on them, but that just means that there's more for us.

Vietnamese Chicken Wings

Oil for frying
2 eggs beaten
3-4lbs of chicken wings
1 tsp each of salt and sugar

1/2 green pepper minced
1 green onion minced
2-3 cloves garlic minced
optional: as many minced chili peppers as you like
1 tsp oil

Wash the chicken wings, let them dry or pat them dry. In batches dip the wings in the beaten eggs then in flour. Deep fry till golden brown and cooked completely.
When you have finished deep frying all of them, heat up a wok on high. Heat until smoking then ad 1 tsp oil. Let that heat up. Add green pepper, green onion, garlic, salt, sugar and chili if adding. Stir till fragrant about a minute. Add chicken wings and mix them well until the flavour is evenly distributed.

Because the kids don't like these I BBQ'ed some wings for them, I just mixed up a bunch of different kinds of BBQ sauce that I had here, added some maple syrup and ketchup and that was about it.

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