Monday, 2 April 2012

How to Make Chicken Wing in SWISS Sauce

I would like to start with My Chinese Recipes first and hope they will give you some new sights from Chinese cooking.
First, try a funny recipe - 'Chicken Wings in Swiss Sauce', a name having no relation with Swiss, just a wrong pronunciation from our Grandpa and Grandma!
6 frozen chicken wings in whole, around 700-750g
1 thick slice ginger
3 stalks spring onion
5 tbsp light soya sauce
5 tbsp dark soya sauce
1 tbsp sesame oil
1 tbsp Shaoshing wine (or any Chinese wine)
2 pcs rock sugar ( table tennis), break in small pieces
2 cups of water
1 unfreeze the chicken wings, wash and rinse
2 blanch the wings in boiling water for 1 min, remove and put in cold water, raise
3 heat 2 tbsp oil, fry the ginger slice and spring onion for around 1 min, add thesauce and boil until all sugar dissolve
4 add the wings in the sauce until reboil
5 turn to light fire, cover then keep boil around 15 mins
6 turn the wings to another side, off the fire, leave the wings in the sauce with cover for another 10 mins.