Lutong Bahay: Crispy Honey-Tamarind Chicken Wings

Lutong Bahay is a short tag on the title which I use to feature home-cooked food, either in our own home or at a friend's house, either my own cooking or not.

Back in the day, when I was still a grade schooler, I hated chicken wings since they only have little meat. My choice of chicken part? The thighs. I found them the most perfect chicken part since they're juicy and tasty, and have both enough meat and skin on them.

However, growing up, I found myself grabbing more chicken wings than thighs. I seriously became a convert! Although wings don't have much meat, the little they have is packed with flavor. I gained a new-found respect for them wings! So today, let me share with you a chicken wing recipe I just recently tried, courtesy of Maggi Recipes.
Crispy Wings with Honey Tamarind Glaze

Chicken wings taste great even if you just fry them. However, this recipe from Maggi really got me curious, so I tried it out. Instead of just frying it, it's coated with a glaze. And nope, not just plain honey glaze. The sauce is infused with tamarind! I'm a sucker for a sweet-tangy combo, so Crispy Honey-Tamarind Chicken Wings, here I come!

Maggi Recipe Crispy Wings with Honey Tamarind Glaze

Ingredients:

For chicken
  • 1 kilo chicken wings
  • 1 sachet of 8g Maggi Magic Sarap (optional)
  • 2-3 tsp. Maggi Magic Sinigang Mix
  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1/2 cup rice flour
  • salt and pepper
  • oil for frying
For glaze
  • 1 1/2 tbsp. of chopped garlic
  • 1 tbsp. grated ginger
  • 2 tbsp. soy sauce
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 1 sachet of 11g Maggi Magic Sinigang Mix
  • 1 tbsp. rice wine or mirin
  • 1 tbsp. sugar
  • 5 tbsp. honey
Procedure:
  1. Rub chicken wings with Maggi Magic Sinigang Mix and Maggi Magic Sarap.
  2. While waiting for the chicken to absorb the rub, heat the oil in a frying pan.
  3. When the oil is ready, drench the chicken wings in a mixture of all-purpose flour and rice flour, and deep fry until golden brown.
  4. After deep-frying the chicken wings, set them aside and let the extra oil drip.
  5. In a sauce pan, sauté garlic until aromatic. Then, combine all the ingredients for the glaze and simmer until slightly thick. You can also add some cornstarch mixed with water if you prefer the glaze to be thicker.
  6. Strain the sauce, if you prefer.
  7. Glaze the chicken wings, serve, and enjoy.

Honey Tamarind Chicken Wings

This recipe is very easy to make, and will definitely please your whole family. Of course, given they're also fans of the sweet and tangy combo... This is also a good recipe deviating from the usual honey, soy-garlic or honey-garlic glaze that we're all used to.

So the next time you're feeling a little adventurous, why not try and make your family or friends this Crispy Honey-Tamarind Chicken Wings? You'll only need basic ingredients, yet the outcome can definitely pass off as something bought from a resto!

25 comments:

  1. wow! this dish looks delicious and easy to prepare too. i would ♥ to check this one out. ^^

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  2. thanks for the recipe. I can try this using other chicken parts as well :)

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  3. I love fried chicken wings but I haven't tried tamarind chicken wings and it looks easy to prepare so its a plus, no need to go to restaurants we could make this at home. Thanks for this post.

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  4. For sure magugustuhan itong recipe na 'to ng husband ko.
    Since naka base sya ngayon sa Saudi, most of the time Chicken ang inuulam nya..
    Ipapa-try ko sa kanya kung magugustuhan nya. Very simple naman kaya kayang kaya nyang lutuin agad. Thanks for sharing the recipe na rin.. Minsan kasi hindi na napapansin ung mga nasa label ng Maggi basta naitatapon na lang.

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  5. natry ko na ito dahil sa maggi,. ang sarap,. gustong gusto ng mga kids,.

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  6. Napakasarap nman ng lutong yan...try nga sa bahay.. if you have time try nyo ito thanks....http://bit.ly/1gy6gYh

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  7. ang sarap nmn nyan,. gusto kong itry,.

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  8. I'll try this, ang galing I never thought you can use sinigang mix to chicken:)

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  9. wow! super yummy! so much effort in cooking chicken wings and i applaud the cooks/chefs/mom who prepare this. taga-kain na lang ako :)

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  10. for my own version naman pakuloan ko muna ung chicken wings w/ magic sarap for 5 to 10 mins.then saka ko sya ifry aw! sarap... :-) and i want to try din this maggi recipe too... I'm sure super sarap din to..

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  11. Yummy is the word that I can say for all kinds of lutong bahay. I have always love eating food which is cooked by my mom rather than eating at fast food stores. I admire how my mom do experiments on her cooking and this recipe would be helpful for her since she wants to try out new kinds of lutong bahay.

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  12. i havent tried this before,pero i think masarap ito and healthy pa...

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  13. wow thank you for sharing this, I will cook this for my husband I know he would love this :D

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  14. I love cooking and not just cooking but cooking for my loved ones! They will surely love this new dish.

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  15. WoW! I'll try this tomorrow!!! Yeheyyyy!

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  16. it looks so yummy, thanks for sharing your recipe to us readers; i will try the dish, one of this days :)

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  17. This is a must for my family. Tangy spices for chicken.

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  18. Yey! Another yummy chicken recipe to try :).

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  19. I will try this recipe.. :) Perfect for barkada's night life..

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  20. yummy,i love chicken..thanks for sharing

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