March 18, 2013

Sweet and Tangy Chicken Wings

Chicken wing always tastes better with the skin on in it. And I love to have them like that only. But the man doesn't like the skin on it.  Therefore chicken wings are very rare visitors at our household. But now we have another lover of Chicken wings at home, is the little one. So now  I have a strong reason to cook chicken wings often, though not with a very happy heart as I never want to spoil the taste bud of the man too, but sometimes you have to become little bit selfish too, mainly when food is considered (:P).  

The other day I made this Sweet & Tangy Chicken Wings.  The day I saw Satrupa's & Deepasri's posts on chicken wings I bookmarked it and planning to make it from a long time. And at last I was able to do it. I add some more and less ingredients in it and believe me they taste just awesome. My lil one alone finished 6 of them as she liked it so much. So I am going to make next time soon again. You also must try it. Very easy to make and tastes delicious. On my next party I am going to serve it as a starter.

For Marination:
Chicken Wings (with skin recommended)- 12
Vinegar- 3  table spoon
Honey- 2 & 1/2 table spoon
Tomato Sauce- 3 table spoon
Red Chilly Sauce-2 Table spoon
Soy Sauce- 2 table spoon
Kashmiri Red Chilly Powder- 1/2 tea spoon (I used the EVEREST one, not hot but leaves bright colour in the dish)
Olive oil- 1 tea spoon
Sugar- 1 tea spoon or more
Salt- As per taste
Pepper-  a pinch (Optional)

For the Sauce:
Olive oil/White oil- 1 tea spoon
Chopped Garlic- 1 table spoon heaped
Sweet Red Chilly Sauce- 1  & 1/2 table spoon
  1. Marinate all the ingredients for 4-5 hours or over night for best results listed under MARINATION.
  2. Pre- heat the oven at 210 degree C.
  3. Pour Every thing in a  baking pan along with juice. Bake for  10mnts then turn the wings and bake for 10 mnts more.
  4. Heat oil in a Kadai or a deep dense pan. Fry the chopped garlic till they turn brown. Pour  the baked chicken wings along with the juice discharge from the chicken while it was baking. Fry in slow flame till the wings are nicely fried and dry. Add the Sweet Red Chilly Sauce and taste it salt or sugar is needed or not. Fry nicely and then serve and enjoy.

Note: You can add Spring onion and Monosodium Glutamate/ Ajinamoto (a pinch) also at the end with sweet chilly sauce. It will enrich the taste more.

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Lubna Karim said...

Wow....that's an drool worthy recipe....lovely header to your this space.....

Chandrani Banerjee said...

Omg!!!dekhei khete ichha korchhe. Darunnnnnnnnn hoyechhe puro Restaurant er moto. Tempting....

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Rafeeda AR said...

wow... lovely pics and yummy wings... glad to have found your page, following u now... :)

Rita Bose said...

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Divya Pramil said...

WOw that loooks teasingly yum..Loved the glaze the chicken wings has...

Priya Suresh said...

Mouthwatering here, a killer dish..beautifully done.

Nabanita Das said...

Awesome Pics Kamalika... nice tangy recipe too...yumm..

divya said...

looks so delectable.. And nice clicks too...

Swathi Iyer said...

Delicious chicken wings Kamalika,
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Hamaree Rasoi said...

Your tempting clicks made sure that I come back again to post my comment...The process is quite simple and outcome is restaurant style wings. Lovely and inviting pictures ..thank you very much for the mention dear..

Kamalika C said...

Thanks to all of you for your lovely comments....

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thelady8home said...

Beautiful clicks! Love the recipe :)

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