Eep, sorry for the lack of posts. I've been really busy. Anyway, continuing on with my chicken wing recipe series, here's a recipe that has gotten several incarnations over our time in Bristol (see here and here). But because it was HADI who did it, he didn't get it quite right, since he tends to dump random things into his cooking. He comes from the "throw everything into the pot" style of cooking, which is how we ended up with the curry of life. :P
In any case, this really is a simple recipe with simple ingredients. I don't know why he insisted on adding to it. Anyway, here we go!
What you need:
4 chicken wings
Equal amounts of tomato ketchup and kicap manis (sweet soy sauce)
1/4 teaspoon turmeric powder
Pinch of salt
What you do:
- Mix all the other ingredients except chicken together in a small bowl or container. Add in the chicken and mix well to coat.
- Leave to marinate for as long as you want, or as short as you like.
- Meanwhile, preheat and oven to 180 C. When ready, place the chicken into a shallow baking dish, with extra marinade drizzled on top if you like and bake for 30-40 minutes or until cooked through with a sticky tomatoey coating. Yum!
So... yes, this used to be a staple dinner when I was back home, but am not sure what they're eating now. :P There's really not much else to say so...
erm, yes. Till next time. :D
Quote of the day: I'm awfully sorry for people who are taken in by all of today's dietary mumbo jumbo. They are not getting any enjoyment out of their food.