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Grilled Chicken Wings

Monday, November 23, 2009




Few days ago, while the family was watching TV programmes, YS, who was reading a local TV magazine saw an article about barbecue chicken wings and mentioned that it has been a long time since we had some. She asked me if i can make some at home. The idea sounds good to me and i said “ OK ”.

Haha, since i had promised her, i decided to deliver my promise as early as possible as she may start to pester me everyday about it. So, with the chicken wings bought, i marinated them with my ‘ basic instinct ’ ( i randomly add the condiments which i have on hand with a rough estimation, thinking they should blend well ). After marinating for a few hours, onto the grill they went, and within a few minutes the whole kitchen is filled with an aromatic flavour that makes my mouth watered. I couldn’t resist and grapped one to bite, hmmm… Yummy, Yummy!!

During dinner, YS asked me how many was she allowed to eat, and i said “ How many do you want? ” Half an hour later, when BG was having her dinner, she said that it was delicious and asked how many was she allowed to eat too!

Hahaha! So pleased with their reaction, i replied that both she and YS could have all of them if they could finish them. Never mind the rest who haven’t eaten it yet, for those who didn’t know about it, they wouldn’t feel the lost. YS immediately agreed; as long as they destroy the evidence ( chicken wings ), no one would be the wiser. This made them very happy and they immediately got down to it.

Seeing their happy faces, i promised them i would make it again soon. And they asked, “ When? ”

“ …… …… ”  I should have kept my mouth shut.




Grilled Chicken Wings



15                        chicken wings mid-joint

3 tbsp                oyster sauce

2 tsp                   garlic oil

3 tbsp                 brown sugar

1 tsp                    5 spice powder

1 tsp                    ground coriander

1 tbsp                  hua tiao wine



1.    Mix all ingredients together in large bowl. Cover and let marinate in fridge for 4 hrs or more.

2.    Drain excess marinate and place chicken wings onto grill pan and grill in preheated oven

        at  250°C for 18 minutes, turning chicken over at mid time.

3.     Remove from grill pan and serve with sprinkle of lime juice.



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  1. Monday, November 23, 2009 8:50 pm

    Wooo they look good.
    I would be asking can I have more 😛

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