Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Korean Chicken Wings

I'm not happy with the fact there BonChon Chicken does not have a presence in Toronto. I am quite displeased, in fact. So what does one do when one cannot buy Korean chicken wings? One googles a recipe and tweaks it to one's own taste....


48 Chicken Wing Pieces (cut off excess thick skin/fat)

4 Tablespoon of rice vinegar

1 Tablespoon of salt

½ Teaspoon of black pepper

4 Garlic Cloves (whole)

1 Small onion (whole)


Some rice flour (about a cup) for dredging wings

Peanut oil for frying


2 Tablespoons of Soy Sauce

4 Tablespoons of Rice Vinegar

3 Tablespoons of Koh Chu Jang (hot red pepper paste)

4 Garlic Cloves, grated

3 Tablespoons of Thai sweet chili sauce or honey

2 Tablespoon of dark brown sugar


1) Soak wings in cold water for about 5 minutes, drain and repeat 2 times.

2) In the meantime, bring a pot of water to boil and add in all the “A” ingredients. Boil for 5 minutes.

3) Add the chicken wings to the pot and boil until the meat is cooked (do not over cook).

4) Drain the wings in a colander.

5) Lightly dredge wings in with rice flour.

6) Heat up the oil for frying. Fry wings until lightly golden brown and crisp.

7) Meanwhile, in a sauce pan, add all the “C” ingredients. Simmer until sauce thickens (about 5-10 minutes). Should not be too thick, about the consistency of maple syrup.

8) Toss wings in sauce. Add a bit at a time. Don’t put too much sauce or the wings will become soggy.


Anonymous said...

Keep it coming mommy doc! I've been using your steamed fish fillet recipe as a base for a lot of things steamed!! I've tried it with chicken, tilapia, etc. still works wonders!! Andrew of pasig

Anonymous said...

You're back! I love your blog, glad you decided to write again. Btw, you should also try Manang's chicken, its like BonChon but better!
AS from Sydney