Korean Soy And Garlic Glazed Fried Chicken Wings Recipe Video

Korean Fried Chicken Wings Soy And Garlic Version has a scrumptious taste. An amazing blend of the soy and garlic flavours in the sauce makes the Korean Fried Chicken Wings Soy And Garlic Version an outstanding dish. Try out this wonderful dish and enjoy!

Summary

Preparation Time5 MinCooking Time20 Min
Ready In25 MinDifficulty LevelEasy
Health IndexJust EnjoyServings6
CuisineCourse
MethodMain Ingredient,

Ingredients

 Onion1⁄4 Small
 Oil1 Tablespoon
 Minced garlic2 Clove (10 gm)
 Soy sauce1⁄2 Cup (8 tbs)
 Mirin1⁄4 Cup (4 tbs)
 Brown sugar2 Tablespoon
 Ginger slices2
 Salt To Taste
 Pepper To Taste
 Chicken wings2 Dozen
 Corn starch1 Tablespoon

Nutrition Facts

Serving size

Calories 280 Calories from Fat 72

% Daily Value*

Total Fat 8 g12.4%

Saturated Fat 1.8 g9%

Trans Fat 0.1 g

Cholesterol 88.9 mg

Sodium 1478.4 mg61.6%

Total Carbohydrates 15 g4.9%

Dietary Fiber 0.33 g1.3%

Sugars 8.3 g

Protein 36 g71.6%

Vitamin A 1.8% Vitamin C 4.7%

Calcium 2.9% Iron 10.2%

*Based on a 2000 Calorie diet

Directions

Sprinkle salt and pepper on the chicken wings.
In a pan, saute the onion in oil. Stir in the garlic, soy sauce, mirin, brown sugar and ginger. Simmer for 2 minutes. Remove from the heat and let it steep for a while.
Dredge the chicken wings in the corn starch and fry in batches until they start to brown. After all wings have been fried the first time, fry them again until they are golden brown.
Coat the wings with the sauce (reheat and strain the sauce before coating the wings).

Editors Review

American meets Korean in this chicken wing recipe. Watch the recipe to learn how these crispy fried chicken wings are glazed with a thick syrupy, Korean-inspired sauce of soy sauce, ginger, brown sugar and mirin. These are so delicious they are going to be a show stopper at your party! Don’t forget to keep lots of tissues handy coz these are just finger licking good!

Comments

Anonymous

Mel Jones says :

What is mirin? I cannot find the world in the dictionary!
Posted on: 23 June 2011 - 11:02am
Anonymous

Anonymous says :

It's a rice wine (sake)
Posted on: 19 September 2011 - 2:22pm
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Radzie says :

Mirin is something similar to rice wine that is mostly sweet and used in Japanese cooking. The alcohol content in this variety is comparatively less. I believe there are about a couple of varieties of mirin available in the market.
Posted on: 23 June 2011 - 11:34pm
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