Saturday, August 21, 2010

Fingers Licking Good!

I seldom prepare deep fried food as I find it quite unhealthy and waste a lot oil too :P But once in a blue moon I will indulge in sinful food like this simple fried chicken wings I've prepared today! Yes solely for me only, not for my son 'cos he just recover from throat infection nor my hubby whom is outstation! hahaha..Believe or not, till now my 3.5 year old son have not tasted any fried chicken wings!

I'm consider fairly strict with his diet, so we seldom brought him to fast food restaurant. If we does, we usually order nuggets, apple juice & fries to share with us. Whenever he joins me for grocery shopping, he will usually request for fruit juice or yoghurt, not candies, chocolates, chips nor soft drinks :) It does not meant that he never tasted these stuffs before. But as till now, you will not get to see him serving himself with a can of soft drink, digging in a bag of chips...


Ingredient
  • 8 chicken wings
  • 3 tbsp light soya sauce
  • 3 tbsp rice wine
  • 1/2 tbsp ground black pepper
  • plain flour
  • 2 eggs, lightly beaten
  • breadcrumbs
Method
  1. Marinate chicken wings in light soya sauce, rice wine & black pepper for at least 30mins.
  2. Coat each wings with flour, follow by beaten egg and lastly breadcrumbs.
  3. Deep fry in batches on medium heat for 6mins until lightly brown, remove from fire.
  4. Turn on heat, deep fry again on high heat until deep golden brown and crispy. Drain well on kitchen paper.

5 comments:

Jess @ Bakericious said...

Peng, the chicken wings look so salivating. I was like you, watched very strictly over daughter's diet when she was young. But once let go a bit when she was 4 year old and there go the restriction, now I can only control her in take of gassy beverage :(.

Peng said...

Jess...can understand that, hope I can persist as long as possible!

Cooking Gallery said...

YUM, YUM, YUM!!!! Those look like KFC fried chickens...! You make me hungry!

Peng said...

cooking gallery...yah yah! i thought it taste like kfc drumlets but not as salty as theirs :P see when I will make one spicy version one heee....

Esther said...

Hi Peng
I have been following your blog for quite some time. I love the presentation of your blog and the recipes you have shared. I seldom cook fried stuff for my DH. But these yummilicious fried drumlets look really good, hence I will give a try. :-)
Hope you continue to control your son's diet as long as possible. Nowadays parents just feed their kids with food that satisfy the lust of the flesh but not the health of the body.

Esther
Singapore

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