when it comes to eating chicken wings, we love getting our hands dirty. no forks, no chopsticks, just 10 digits. that’s why having a good sauce is so important. because after finishing each wing, you get to lick all that ooey gooeyness off your fingers. we used a pan to sear and cook the wings. but you can try grilling, baking, or even deep frying them!
chicken wings 12
oil 1/4 cup (60 ml)
salt 1/2 tsp
ketchup 1 tbsp
sriracha 1 tbsp
hoisin sauce 1tbsp
oyster sauce 1 tbsp
- add oil to a non-stick pan and cook the chicken wings on medium heat, sprinkle with salt
- cook until wings are done, browning on both sides, about 10-12 minutes (to get it crispy, turn up the heat in the last minute)
- add all the sauce to the wings and coat evenly, cook for another 2-3 minutes
Love chicken wings! These look so yum!
These look like they are to die for! I am droolin’ over here.
Reblogged this on Food Made Simply and commented:
These look simply delicious!
Any substitute for the oyster sauce?
Try soy sauce. Use oyster sauce if u can, it gives the the sauce more body.
Reblogged this on Pigs Pickles Whiskey and commented:
I’m going to have to make these wings for our SuperBowl party this weekend!