Favorite Deep Fryed Chicken Wing Recipe
I fry quite a lot of wings at home, and Im always looking for a different sauce or marinade recipe to try. Anybody have some go to standbys that are a little different?
First....lets get one thing straight :)
Breading a wing should be reserved for buttermilk marinated fried chicken, not "buffalo" style chicken wings, those are best done naked.
Some of my favorites are ...
Traditional Buffalo style (of course) with just hot sauce and butter.
Raspberry Chipotle: raspberry jam, bbq sauce, hot sauce, chipotles, and a little butter.
The Neelys Buffalo Wings recipe. It uses a lemon pepper marinade with a similar Buffalo style sauce.
Parmesan Garlic: parm cheese, chopped garlic, melted butter.
Hot BBQ: Shaken in BBQ sauce, grilled til sticky and slighly charred, then shook in straight hot sauce.
For those from WNY, Ive also been toying with a Chiavettas marinade/sauce combo (for those not from WNY, its a local vinegar based marinade/sauce). Where I marinate in Chiavettas, deep fry, then shake in a combo Chiavettas/Hot sauce mixture.
Hit me with some of your favorites. I look forward to trying them.
Unfortunately, I don't have a recipe. I just order them at every Thai restaurant that offers them. The suggestion is just a combination of my favorites. No coating like from Bangkok Cuisine in Haltom City, TX, plenty of ground pork like Maile's Thai in Honolulu, etc. I would mix the ground pork with grated ginger, cilantro, maybe a little mint. Some places add glass noodles as filler. I would start with the ground pork, add what you think you'd like, fry a little ball, taste, add more stuff, fry and taste another ball, etc. until you have whatever tastes good. Then fill the deboned wings with your stuffing.
I love a mojo marinade followed by a roll in a mixture of crushed panko and seasoned flour, deepfried until nice and crunchy, then glazed with a sweetened thickened mojo.
Then, there's the Soy Vay marinade, a roll in sesame seeds, a dip in Tempura batter, and a serve-up with ginger dipping sauce.
Here's a fun switchup: marinate them in good blue cheese dressing overnight, give them a roll in flour, fry 'em up, and serve with buffalo dipping sauce.
Chicken lollips, made with the the drumsticky joint. I don't remember if it's the first or second joint. Anyway, you take a sharp paring knife, and starting at the bottom, scrape the bone up towards the top, all the way around, cutting the meat and pushing it upwards to form a lollip shaped piece. These are nice marinated in an oil/vinegar/herb(s) of choice marinade, fried and served with a garlic aioli for dipping.