Cynthia Sigler Recipe

Korean Chicken Wings

By Cynthia Sigler Cindy803


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Method:
Deep Fry
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My ex-mother inlaw gave me this recipe and it's one of my favorites to take to church dinners, parties, or even dinner. Everyone has loved these when I make them, they are usually the first to go.

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Notes from the Test Kitchen:
This wing sauce is scrumptious... so much so, in fact, that we decided to soak our second batch of wings directly in the sauce while they were still hot. It made them a lot messier, but oh-so-good!

Ingredients

1 pkg
chicken wings
1 c
all purpose flour
1/2 c
soy sauce, low sodium
6 tsp
sugar
2 clove
garlic
1/4 tsp
ginger powder
1 bunch
scallions

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53 Comments

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Kathy Dingfelder Kojak2015
Jan 28, 2015
OH MY!!! Okay.... so I made these and cannot see what all the hoopla was about. These are seriously awful! I followed the recipe to a T, changed nothing. I now need to go and unpinch this one! Sorry to be one who just did not care for this flavor, but it was more than just that! It was the blandness of the actual chicken itself.... and the sauce was so runny & thin... so it did not even stick to the wings (that was the worst aspect about it)!!!! This is more of a recipe for a dipping sauce for pot stickers. That is something you need to know, just in case that is the flavor you are looking for.
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Vito Boccuzzio VitoB
Nov 11, 2014
EXCELLANT! I was a little confused because I assumed people were cooking in a cast iron skillet, but the deep fryer seems to be the way to go!

Thanks Cindy, and sorry for the misspelling of your first name in my last email!

..........and thanks!

V
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Cynthia Sigler Cindy803
Nov 11, 2014
Hi Vito
I use a deep fryer, how much oil depends on the size of your deep fryer. If you fry your chicken in a iron skillet, you can also fry wings the same way.
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Vito Boccuzzio VitoB
Nov 10, 2014
Hi Cyhthia,
It looks like I'm going to be the first to ask this, I've read all the comments, and I can't wait to try this fabulous sounding recipe.

OK, please tell me how much oil do you use, and in what size pan?
What kind of oil?
How hot do you have to make the oil?
Whats the cooking time?

Thanks, looking forward to hearing from you..

Regards,

Vito B
Southington, CT
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Lora DiGs ansky714
Sep 4, 2014
CANT WAIT TO TRY THIS CYNTHIA...PINCHD :)