Tuesday, 22 April 2014

DIY Teriyaki Chicken Wings

I love chicken so do my family. We can have chicken served on my dining table almost everyday. After I "invested" on my very first Happycall 2 yrs ago, I joined in a Happycall group setup by a friend. From there,  I learnt that we can DIY Teriyaki sauce at home too! It is cheaper to DIY and most importantly, I can adjust the salt level as per my liking. I love to cook this to served my friends during gathering too. They enjoyed this dish alot! Why not give it a try and impress your loved one too these days?

Simply love it

DIY Teriyaki Chicken wings

Things needed:
  • 15 chicken mid wings
  • 3 tablespoons of Mirin
  • 3 tablespoons of Sake
  • 2 tablespoons of raw/brown sugar
  • 1.5 tablespoon of light soya sauce
  • some pepper

  1. Wash & tap dry the chicken mid wings, set aside.
  2. Mix all the condiments in a small bowl and mix well.
  3. Put the chicken meat & mixed sauce into a plastics bag/container and marinate well.
  4. Allow the chicken to marinate overnight or at least 2 hrs before you cooking it.
  5. Heat up your Happycall Pan under medium high fire. 
  6. Place the chicken mid wings into HCP and locked the lid for 10mins.
  7. Turn the chicken mid wings manually with a tong and allow to cook for  another 10mins with lid locked. 
  8. It is ready to serve!
  9. For extra Teriyaki sauce left, you can simmer it for 1-2mins at low heat in the same pan to serve as gravy to your rice. However, remember to pour away the oil gather from the chicken wings first.
TAGlicious's Note:
* Cooking time varies due to individual cooking stove & the size of chicken wings, checking on the cooking progress is important.
* You can use other non stick pan for this chicken chop if you do not own a Happycall Pan.
* You can add in more tablespoon of soya sauce if you find it too bland.

Juicy Chicken Wings!!
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