Thursday, March 24, 2011

#90 Kicked-up Thai Style Spicy Chicken WIngs

How did Buffalo Wings came to be such a favorite? Do buffaloes have wings? There was a time when chicken parts like wings, back and neck were considered scraps that went into making a stock for soup. A restaurateurcame up with the chicken wing recipe and use this piece of meat that would soon sweep people off of their feet. Today, all the credit goes to the Anchor Bar in Buffalo, New York since they came up with the  buffalo wings and hence the name. In Buffalo July 29th is considered “Chicken Wing Day” too!!
The Wings are deep fried and tossed in a sauce made with melted butter and liquid hot sauce. I "kicked it up a notch" and added an Asian themed sauce instead of the hot wing sauce.  As always, I prefer not to deep fry and cut up the wings into two, discarding the wing tip bone and used a Thai style sauce.

Chicken wing parts-20
Rice wine vinegar- ¼ cup
Soy sauce- 2Tblspn
Honey-1/4 cup
Fish Sauce-1 Tblspn
Juice of ½ lime and grated lime peel-1 tblspn
Garlic paste- 1 tspn
Ginger paste-1/2 tspn
Chilli Sauce or sriracha- 2 Tblspn
Fresh chopped cilantro- 3 Tblspn
All purpose Flour- ½ cup

  1. Clean and cut off excess skin of the chicken wings. Wash well and drain water out.
  2. Toss the wings in all purpose flour and coat well.
  3. Spray a baking pan with butter spray and place the wings on it. Spray over them
  4.  Broil in an Oven for about 20-25 minutes based on your oven.
  5. When the skins are a light brown color remove the wings.
  6. Whisk together the sauce with the rest of the ingredients except for the cilantro.
  7. Now take the wings and toss in the sauce. Place them back in the oven and broil for 5 more minutes.
  8. When the liquid is coating the wings, remove from oven toss with chopped cilantro,
  9. Serve with Celery sticks or Ranch dressing.


  1. These look delicious and I bet they're super fragrant with that lime peel! :)

  2. These are a serious favorite...they look fantastic!

  3. wow...I see a lot of chicken dishes today...too tempting to resist !

  4. wow...gorgeous looking chicken wings...:)



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