When it comes to chicken, I'm a wing person! The same goes for my daughter. My son loves the drumstick. My hubby, anything goes! For dinner a couple of nights ago, I cooked this delicious fried chicken wings, coated with the pepper jelly (recipe with courtesy from scrambledhenfruit) which I made two weeks ago. It was delicious! Without doubt, there will be a repetition of this very soon!
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Fried Chicken Wings with Pepper Jelly Sauce
6 large chicken wings, cut into two at joint
2 tsp garlic salt, or to taste
3-4 tbsp cornflour
Marinate the chicken wings with garlic salt for about 15-20 minutes. Just before frying, add the cornflour and stir till evenly coated. Heat oil for deep frying. When hot, deep-fry chicken wings till crispy and brown on both sides. Dish out to paper towel to absorb excess oil.
For the Sauce
3 tbsp pepper jelly
3 tbsp hot water
2 tbsp worstershire sauce
1/2 tsp salt or to taste
Mix everything together in a bowl. Adjust seasonings to taste. In a medium saucepan over medium heat, heat sauce and when it starts to bubble, add the fried chicken wings and stir till the wings are coated with sauce. Dish out and serve immediately. Enjoy!