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spicy pan fried chicken wings in teriyaki sauce.

 

Spicy pan-fried chicken wings in teriyaki sauce.

 

Smothered in a sticky, spicy sauce, these chicken wings give new meaning to”finger-licking good”. 

 

Make these better than restaurant teriyaki wings and watch them disappear in minutes.
Make the chicken wings, pile them up on a large tray and serve as an appetizer, tailgating snack.

 

For the Sweet and Spicy chicken wing lover.

For those of you on the lookout for chicken wing recipes that have a sweet and spicy element to it, this is for you.

These wings might be slightly sweet but they carry quite a lot of heat.

Because…

I am using Asian red chilli flakes as well as a few green chillies to make them spicy. 

 

Easy to make with a homemade teriyaki sauce.

I’m using my own homemade teriyaki sauce recipe to make the spicy chicken wing glaze so none of that store-bought ones.

 

spicy pan-fried chicken wings in teriyaki sauce.- smothered in a sticky, spicy sauce. These chicken wings give new meaning to"finger licking good".  They are better than restaurant wings you can make, pile up and serve as an appetizer, tailgating snack.

 

Stove-top teriyaki chicken wings all the way through.

The teriyaki wing recipe is not your usual baked wing recipe but done using your regular stove-top.

 

The chicken wings are first marinated and coated and then fried into golden brown perfection.

And as the fried wings cool down I make the teriyaki sauce and add the wings to the sauce.

See how easy it is?

Only eat it when it’s still warm because that’s when you can still get the crispy texture of the wings.

 

spicy pan-fried chicken wings in teriyaki sauce.- smothered in a sticky, spicy sauce. These chicken wings give new meaning to"finger licking good". 

 

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spicy pan-fried chicken wings in teriyaki sauce.- smothered in a sticky, spicy sauce. These chicken wings give new meaning to"finger licking good".  They are better than restaurant wings you can make, pile up and serve as an appetizer, tailgating snack.

Utensils and appliances needed to make the spicy chicken wings.

 

Chopping board/ knife

Deep pan to make the sauce
A deep frying pan
Large bowl with some paper towels
Large tray or bowl to combine ingredients
Tongs

 

 

Can I use store-bought teriyaki sauce to make these crispy chicken wings?

You can use store-bought teriyaki sauce if you find the thick variety but I do find them to be too salty.

The reason I make my own homemade teriyaki sauce is that the ingredient table in the bottle reads with too many preservatives, all the more reason to make it at home.

 

How much chicken wings should I buy?

A regular person easily goes through 5 teriyaki wings in a single-serve because it’s addictive.

I usually buy about 700g-1kg wings but still find that it’s not enough for the family because even if they are done eating on the first serve they end up wanting a few more wings at dinner time.

So depending on how heavy or light eaters your family members are, I’ll say 7-8 chicken wings per family member.

I promise there won’t be any leftovers for the next day.

 

How can I make the spicy

teriyaki wings kid-friendly?

 

Although the best way to make them is with a lot of heat if you want to adapt them for kids just reduce the amount of chilli you use.

 

Lunch ideas with chicken wings.

 

If you want to make a simple meal using the spicy teriyaki wings, you can simply make them and serve with my stir-fried noodle recipe which I make for the kids as a lunch box meal.

Add a salad to the mix and you have a lunch or dinner meal.

 

spicy

pan-fried chicken wings

in

teriyaki sauce.

 

Please make sure to read the recipe instructions carefully to avoid mistakes.

Ingredients

Ingredients mentioned below use standard measuring cups and spoons.

To deep-fry the chicken wings
1 cup of flour(regular bread flour should do)
Salt to season
2 cups of oil to fry the wings

 

To make the spicy teriyaki sauce
1 cup of soy sauce
3 tablespoons of vinegar
1/2 cup sugar
1 tablespoon of ginger-garlic paste
2/3 cup water
1 tablespoon of red chilli flakes
1 green chillie chopped fine

 

Method

Cut, discard the tip of the wings and wash them.

Drain any excess water and pat dry each of the wings individually.

Add 1 cup of flour to a large deep tray or a bowl and season it with salt(make sure to season the flour well).

Add the chicken wings to the flour and lightly coat the wings with the seasoned flour.

 

How to deep fry the wings.

Place a deep frying pan over low-medium fire and pour in the oil.
Let the oil heat to 325F(160C).

If you are not using any thermometers then just dip your wooden spoon into the oil, if the oil is bubbling around the wooden spoon then the oil is ready to fry.

Do not increase the heat of the oil to rush the process of frying or let the oil heat to a smoking point.

The oil should be at a steady temperature for you to get the wings crispy and golden.

In small batches of four, fry the wings until they turn golden brown, once done transfer the wings onto a bowl with paper towels to remove excess oil.

 

How to make the spicy teriyaki sauce.

Into a deep pan add all the ingredients mentioned to make the teriyaki sauce.

Place the pan over medium heat and stir until the sugar dissolves.
Continue to reduce the sauce until it thickens enough to coat the back of your spoon. 

 

Once the chicken wings are pan-fried and the teriyaki sauce is done, add the wings to the sauce, combine well and serve while it’s still warm.

 

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Yield: 24

spicy pan fried chicken wings in teriyaki sauce.

spicy pan-fried chicken wings in teriyaki sauce.- smothered in a sticky, spicy sauce.

These chicken wings give new meaning to"finger licking good". 

Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 40 minutes

Ingredients

  • Ingredients mentioned below use standard measuring cups and spoons.
  • To deep-fry the chicken wings
  • 1 cup of flour(regular bread flour should do)
  • Salt to season
  • 2 cups of oil to fry the wings
  • To make the spicy teriyaki sauce
  • 1 cup of soy sauce
  • 3 tablespoons of vinegar
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1 tablespoon of ginger-garlic paste
  • 2/3 cup water
  • 1 tablespoon of red chilli flakes
  • 1 green chillie chopped fine

Instructions

Cut, discard the tip of the wings and wash them.

Drain any excess water and pat dry each of the wings individually.

Add 1 cup of flour to a large deep tray or a bowl and season it with salt(make sure to season the flour well).

Add the chicken wings to the flour and lightly coat the wings with the seasoned flour.

HOW TO DEEP FRY THE WINGS.

Place a deep frying pan over low-medium fire and pour in the oil.

Let the oil heat to 325F(160C).

If you are not using any thermometers then just dip your wooden spoon into the oil, if the oil is bubbling around the wooden spoon then the oil is ready to fry.

Do not increase the heat of the oil to rush the process of frying or let the oil heat to a smoking point.

The oil should be at a steady temperature for you to get the wings crispy and golden.

In small batches of four, fry the wings until they turn golden brown, once done transfer the wings onto a bowl with paper towels to remove excess oil.

HOW TO MAKE THE SPICY TERIYAKI SAUCE.

Into a deep pan add all the ingredients mentioned to make the teriyaki sauce.

Place the pan over medium heat and stir until the sugar dissolves.

Continue to reduce the sauce until it thickens enough to coat the back of your spoon.

Once the chicken wings are pan-fried and the teriyaki sauce is done, add the wings to the sauce, combine well and serve while it’s still warm.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

5

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 1197Total Fat: 101gSaturated Fat: 8gTrans Fat: 1gUnsaturated Fat: 88gCholesterol: 9mgSodium: 3262mgCarbohydrates: 64gFiber: 3gSugar: 21gProtein: 11g
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