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Sticky Chilli Chicken Wings

A delicious and simple chicken dish from Donna Hay's Cookbook titled "Flavours". Extremely simple, but taste oh so good.

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  • Place chilli, ginger, water, soya sauce, vinegar and sugar in a deep frying pan, and simmer over medium heat.
  • Allow to simmer for 3 minutes.
  • Add chicken wings and cook covered for 35 minutes, turning occasionally.
  • Remove lid from pan and continue cooking for 25 minutes, turning the chicken pieces till it is cooked and well coated in the chilli sauce.
  • Stir through the coriander leaves and serve with steamed rice and greens.
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"A delicious and simple chicken dish from Donna Hay's Cookbook titled "Flavours". Extremely simple, but taste oh so good."
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  1. rosslare
    So good and so easy, made on the stove top.
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  2. WaterMelon
    it's a wonderful, delish, and very easy recipe. thanks for posting it. i used wing drumlets, honey instead of sugar. and also rice wine vinegar instead of white wine vinegar. i cooked the sauce until very thick and that coated the chicken nicely. As i was too lazy to cook any rice, i just dumped in some leftover rice from the fridge - it soaked up the sauce. Very yummy. thanks!
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  3. WaterMelon
    it's a wonderful, delish, and very easy recipe. thanks for posting it. i used wing drumlets, honey instead of sugar. and also rice wine vinegar instead of white wine vinegar. i cooked the sauce until very thick and that coated the chicken nicely. As i was too lazy to cook any rice, i just dumped in some leftover rice from the fridge - it soaked up the sauce. Very yummy. thanks!
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  4. Miraklegirl
    These had really good flavour, but the wings looked... well kinda ugly when all was said and done. I added a cornstarch slurry to the sauce to thicken it, then put the wings back into the sauce. That was a good move. The thickened sauce was more of a glaze and coated the wings nicely, giving them a much better appearance. Thanks for a good recipe!
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  5. crawfish pie
    Oh my!!These were wonderful.Worthy of 100 stars llike leannr said!!I used boneless,skinless thigs and drumsticks.(4 total)They were saturated with flavor,husband wanted to know what was in this chicken cause it tasted soooo good and we all agreed KitchenManiac!After the sauce had boiled down to coat chicken I threw in some noodles to absorb all the leftovers and I'll tell you we were licking the pot!
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