Recipe by Nicole
"These are delicious hot, spicy wings. Good enough to fly away on!"
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The flavor of these wings is out of this world, they are so good and I left some salt out and the soysauce did the job, you can't keep your hands off these, So GOOOOOOOOOOOD!!!!!
This recipe had way too much salt. I didn't use any and found that the soy sauce made it salty enough. Seemed to lack much flavour except for the soya sauce.
My guests enjoyed these wings alot! I have to say they were too salty.
I radically changed this recipe to avoid the salt. I usually make about 40 lbs at a time though!!(around 150-170 wings) Also,I added the fresh ground ginger root for a bit of a snap.This feeds around 80-100 people given that we also do lobster tails,scallops in bacon and many different salads. Anyway,for 3 lbs...
In a bowl,combine:
3 Tbsps sugar
1/2 tsp ground ginger (or more,to taste)
1 tsp fresh ground ginger root
6 Tbsps HOT water (to dissolve)
6 Tbsps good soy sauce (check Asian markets for the good stuff!!) Kikkoman works
2 Tbsps Tanguerey gin.
Stir until salt and sugar are dissolved.
place around 16 wings in a 1 gallon ziplock bag.Pour in the marinade. before closing,remove all air possible!!
Marinate a minumum of 24 hours,the longer the better,turning every few hours.(I do a minumum of 36)
Deep fry (sorry grease haters,but it's WAY faster) at 375% for 5-6 minutes,or until deep golden brown
Turn out onto paper towels,dab off grease and keep warm in a 200% oven until ready to serve
Wonderful flavor. I followed the tips and only did a bit of salt and baked for a lower fat version. Came out great!
i also agree with other reviews that this recipe was way too salty. i think maybe next time instead of marinating it for 24hours i will marinate for 24 minutes.
So yummy. I baked mine in the oven on cooling racks set on cookie sheets. They still came out nice and crispy, but much lower in fat I'm sure :)
I was dissapointed. I usually bake my wings...it's much less messy and isn't as fatty. I thought these would be the wings from the Kowloon restauraunt in Saugas, MA. This recipe didn't come close. It was just okay.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Kowloon's Chinese Chicken Wings
Serving Size: 1/11 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 11
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 250
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