Char Siu Chicken Wings Recipe

I will be away in Sydney for the next three days and obviously won't be cooking / blogging at all, but I will be going to 2 accomplished restaurants in Sydney so I'm hoping to post some great reviews and great photos here when I get back :)


In the mean time, I thought I'd leave you with these wonderful chicken wings - great as nibbles or finger food, or serve for dinner with salad and chips!


Ingredients:
1kg chicken wings
3 tbsp char siu sauce
2 tbsp water
1 tsp chopped garlic
1 tsp hot chilli spice blend
1 tsp sesame oil
2 stalks of spring onion, thinly sliced


I suppose the "core ingredient" here (other than the wings themselves) is the Char Siu Sauce. Here's a close up of the sauce so you know which one to get.

Method:
In a bowl, combine the char siu sauce, water, garlic, chilli, sesame oil and spring onion to form a marinade. Add the chicken wings into the bowl and mix together with the marinade. Marinate in the fridge for at least 2 hours.


To cook, spray the surface of a baking tray with cooking oil and place wings on the baking tray. Cook in preheated oven at 180C for 30 minutes.


Serve hot! Yummy yum yum... :)

9 comments:

  1. The LKK sauces are great. I really like their hoi sin one too :)

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  2. @Lorraine - I love the hoi sin one too! Use them all the time with spare ribs, hehe.

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  3. oh wow I need some of that sauce looking for it in Asian store have a fun trip and hope you find some enoki lol

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  4. I hope you have a wonderful trip and thank you for leaving us this gem! I'll be licking my fingers until your return.

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  5. The wings are finger licking good! Char siu sauce makes everything nice.

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  6. That chicken looks so very very good! The color on the chicken is amazing! I have to start using more asian sauces for barbecuing!

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  7. Oh fun!! I've never quite known what to do with that LKK char siu sauce. I love marinated chicken wings so I will have to try this soon. So good with just rice and a green vegie.

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  8. Kim, these chicken looks so mouthwatering! Thanks for sharing the recipe. Hope you're having a wonderful time.
    Kristy

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