Cantonese Aromatic Marinated Chicken Wings

Growing up, my Dad always made the best BBQs. Totally different and totally Chinese in flavour.

He’d get a huge aluminium bowl and fill it with thin cut steaks, lamb chops, chicken wings, king prawns, pork chops and marinate them in ginger, spring onion, garlic, sesame oil and vegetable oil. Then it was on to the BBQ and during cooking he would brush them with Chinese Maltose (Malt Sugar).

Sides were freshly steamed rice, corn on the cob, salads, and crusty bread. If you would like to find out more about how Eastern Heroes can cater for your next al fresco event, then drop us a line. Pan-Asian catering makes for fantastic, finger-licking BBQ which is perfect for less formal events and family gatherings where everyone can get stuck in!

Cantonese Aromatic Marinated Chicken Wings

Cantonese Aromatic Marinated Chicken Wings

Ingredients

400g Chicken wings, tips removed and halved
3 Spring onions, sliced and bruised
4 Slices of ginger, bruised
2 Garlic cloves, crushed, skin on
2 tbsp oil

1/2 tbsp Sesame oil
2 tbsp Soy sauce

Cantonese Aromatic Marinated Chicken Wings

Method

  • Marinate 2 hours in fridge. Then allow to come back to room temperature.
  • Place in hot oven 180c for 15/20 minutes over a wire rack if possible or BBQ over hot coals
  • Glaze with honey and water mixed together for last 5 minutes of cooking.
Cantonese Aromatic Marinated Chicken Wings

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