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Spicy Thai Chicken Wings

Spicy Thai Chicken Wings
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In the United States, all the sports fans are counting down to February 3, for Super Bowl 2013. Super Bowl is all about chicken wings, as the football enthusiasts watch the game while nibbling mouthwatering chicken wings. Other than the regular buffalo wings, you might want to try out something different this year, and I have just the perfect recipe for you—spicy Thai chicken wings that are sure to fire up the appetite and add some heat to the intense Superbowl game.

Thai Spicy Chicken Wings

The flavor of these spicy Thai chicken wings is similar to the regular spicy buffalo wings but with an Asian twist. The heat comes from Sriracha, everyone’s favorite Thai hot sauce, with a tint of briny umami taste from soy sauce and Chinese oyster sauce, plus the subtle aroma of Chinese cooking wine. To serve, keep it American style by pairing the spicy Thai chicken wings with celery sticks.

Try this recipe this Super Bowl and I am very sure that everyone will be in for a treat and will not stop eating! Have fun.

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  1. Tom

    this looks great. Am I to assume that the cooking wine is the white rice wine or the shaoxing wine? or does it even matter with only 1 Tablespoon?

  2. You reckon I can replace the rice wine with mirin? I’ve got a bit bottle of mirin and don’t really feel like running out to get a bottle of rice wine.

  3. Zeenath A. Rahim

    Hi recipe sounds great. Plan to make it for a coffee morning with friends. What can I replace tapioca starch with? Will cornflourcor arrowroot work? ZAR

  4. ChristerWe

    Made this today and it was very yummy! However I would recommend that if you want to eat the wings with your fingers, don’t shuffle them around in the pan with the sauce! Better just to put the sauce in a dish and dip the wings in there.beforeeating. Used dry sherry instead of the rice wine which I couldn’t find. In our stores here in Sweden.

  5. Kelly @ LifemadeSweeter

    Oooh yum!!! These look deeelicious and I definitely want to try out this recipe soon. My hubby would love these as he is a chicken wing fanatic. Thank you so much for sharing and I absolutely love your blog and all your recipes :)))

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