Thursday, March 17, 2016

Sweet and Spicy Chicken Wings using Airfryer


I am always amazed whenever someone post a delicious looking fried chicken wings dish using airfryer.  I have tried frying prawn rolls, pork chops etc using airfryer unsuccessfully.  I was told by my friends not to use too much flour.  This time, I tried frying chicken wings similar to how Buffalo wings are cooked.


Ingredients
Marinade for chicken wings
1.  1/2 kg chicken wings (about 10 to 11 wings)
2.  2 cloves garlic (minced)
3.  1/2 tsp salt
4.  1 tbsp soy sauce
5.  some pepper
6.  2 tbsp cornstarch
7.  1 tbsp lemon juice

Sauce

1.  1 tbsp vinegar
2.  2 tbsp tomato sauce
3.  2 tbsp chili sauce
4.  1 tsp sugar

Method
1.  Marinate chicken wings with garlic, salt, soy sauce, pepper for at least 30 mins.
2.  Pre-heat airfryer 180 degree celsius for 3 mins. 
3.  Coat chicken wings with cornstarch.
3.  Placed chicken wings in the basket.  Cook for 4 mins, remove basket and turn chicken wings over and continue to cook in airfryer for another 3 mins.
4.  Prepare sauce for mixing all the ingredients together. Stir until sugar melts.
5.  Remove basket for airfryer.  Coat chicken wings with the sauce.

6.  Fry chicken wings in the airfryer for another 4 mins.




Mango Pomelo Sago with Mango Juice 杨枝甘露


I love mango pomelo sago.  The minimum price of a small bowl of this dessert is $3.50 and it is not even up to standard.  The best mango pomelo sago I have ever eaten is at Hong Kong.  I couldn't find any mango pomelo sago here that is comparable with the ones in Hong Kong.  After trying a few recipes, this recipe is the best.  I made it for my colleagues and everyone gave me a thumb up.  This recipe is really worth trying.





Ingredients

1. 500 ml Mango juice
2. 150 ml evaporated milk
3. 2 mangoes
4. 80g sago pearls
5. 1/6 pomelo  (of course you can add more pomelo if you want)
    * peel and separate sacs

Method

1.  Soak sago for about 30 mins. Cook in boiling water until translucent.
     Run the cooked sago through a sieve and running water to remove excess starch, then set aside.
2.  Cut mango into small cubes.
3.  Blend mango cubes together with evaporated milk in a blender.
4.  Pour mango puree and sago into mango juice and stir well.
5.  Serve with some mango cubes, and pomelo.




 
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