Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Pan Fried Honey Lime Chicken Wings ???????

Honey + Lime or Honey + Lemon, you'll never go wrong with these combinations.

These delicious Honey Lime Chicken Wings were cooked in a fry pan without oil. Pan fried on medium-high heat to extract the oil from the fat of the wings, skin were nicely brown and pan fried to perfection. 

Honey Lime Chicken Wings pan fried without oil.

Simple recipe, great flavour with a hint of lime that's so appetising and scrumptious. 


Ingredients: ??

10 Chicken Mid-wing ??/??? 10?

5 cloves Garlic, sliced ?? 5?,??

1 Lime ?? 1?, ?????????
(use the lime zest and juice, add to taste)

1/2 tbsp Shao Xing Hua Tiao Cooking Wine ????? 1/2 ??

2 tbsp Soy Sauce ?? 2??

1 tbsp Honey ?? 1??


1 tsp corn flour ???/?? 1??

1/4 tsp Salt ? 1/4 ??,????????1/2??
(use 1/2 tsp if serving with rice)

1/8 tsp White Pepper ??? 1/8 ??

1 tsp Grated Ginger ?? 1??

1/2 tsp Sesame Oil ?? 1/2 ??

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Method: ??

1. Wash and pat dry chicken wings with kitchen towel, cut into half.

2. Add in (A). Mix well. Cover and marinate for 2 hours or overnight in the refrigerator. 

3. Return to room temperature. Heat the pan.

4. Place the chicken wings on the preheated fry pan, as shown in the picture below.

5. Let it cook till the bottom of the skin are brown, as shown in the picture below.

6. Flip the chicken wings, continue to cook till both sides are nicely brown. Add in garlic and lime zest. Cook till fragrant.

7. Drizzle some lime juice, cooking wine, soy sauce and honey. 

8. Stir to coat evenly. Adjust the seasoning if needed. Once the sauce has caramelise and coated on the chicken wings, it's ready to serve as appetiser, finger food or serve warm with rice. 

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