Friday, March 23, 2012


This is interesting !!!!! when I told the children that I'm making "buffalo wings" for Eyba's birthday party...the first thing that came out from their mouth were....yeak!!!!!! we don't eat buffalo. Well..look's like the name of buffalo wings tend to mislead many and for those who are in the same boat with my children here's an explanation from Wikipedia :-

Buffalo winghot wing or wing is a chicken wing section (drumette or flat) that is traditionally deep-fried unbreaded and then coated in sauce. Classic Buffalo-style chicken wing sauce is composed of a vinegar-based cayenne pepper hot sauce and butter.[1] Buffalo wings are traditionally served with celery sticks and blue cheese dressing.
Buffalo wings were created in Buffalo, New York. The residents of Buffalo generally refer to them as "wings" or "chicken wings" rather than "Buffalo wings."[2]
It's chicken wings either baked or deep fried. As for Asian we prefer deep frying.
Cayenne pepper hot sauce and melted butter or margarine are the basis of the sauce. Buffalo wing sauce can be made with a variable amount of heat/spiciness, with the names of these sauces generally corresponding to the level of heat, such as mild, medium, or hot. Typically, the wings are deep-fried (although they are sometimes grilled or baked). The wings are usually fried in oil until they reach close to a golden brown color. They are then drained where they can either be placed in a bowl with sauce or seasoned with salt and pepper. Following this, one covers the bowl tightly and shakes to coat the wings. As an alternative to waiting to coat the wings until after they are cooked, one can also put seasoning over the wings in a sealed bag and shake them until they are coated evenly. Afterwards, the wings are arranged on a baking sheet and baked until they are cooked thoroughly. Wings can then be served dry with sauce on the side. 

I used paprika and cajun for my's delicious and yummy....try this you sure love it.

Buffalo Wings aka Spicy Chicken Wings

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For the wings:
2 cups canola oil
2 kg chicken wings
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon freshly ground pepper
2 tablespoons butter
Hot Sauce (use whatever hot sauce you like, but Isued paprika and cajun used about 1 tsp each.
2 tbsp oyster sauce 1 tbsp hoisin sauce
For homemade Blue Cheese dressing:
1 cup mayonnaise
2 tablespoons finely chopped onion
1 tablespoon finely chopped garlic
1/3 cup chopped fresh parsley
1/2 cup sour cream
1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice
1 tablespoon white vinegar
1/4 cup blue cheese, crumbled
Salt & pepper, to taste


The only real prep work is to preheat the oil in a deep skillet or deep-fat fryer if you own one. You want the oil to get to about 375 degrees F. While the oil is heating, chop off the tips of each chicken wing and throw them away. Then cut each wing in half at the joint. You will get a "drummette" and a "double-bone"

Season the bunch with salt and pepper. This is a good time to preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.

If you are going to make your own Blue Cheese dressing, chop the garlic, onion and parsley while you are waiting for the oil to heat up.

Fry the wings in the oil until they are golden. Be careful when working around hot oil. The splatter hurts. You will want to move them around while they are frying so not to stick to the pan. Don't try to fry them all at once. Do them in batches. They should take about 6 to 8 minutes for each batch to fry. Remove them to a plate covered with a couple of layers of paper towels to drain the oil. Then place them in a large bowl.

In a small saucepan, heat the butter over medium heat. Add the hot sauce, oyster and hoisin sauce. How much hot sauce you add depends on how hot you like your wings and the heat of the sauce. There is no way I can tell you how much to add. It is a personal preference. Always start with less and add more if it isn't hot enough.

For 2 tablespoons of butter, I would start with 2 tablespoons of hot sauce for mild and go from there. A 2 to 1 ration of hot sauce to butter is HOT, a 3 to 1 ratio is EXTREME in my opinion. But let your taste buds be the judge.

Add the sauce to the wings in the bowl and toss together with kitchen tongs. Here's where I differ from the original recipe. Remove the wings from the bowl with the tongs and place them on a baking pan. You can line the pan with foil to help with clean up. Just don't crowd the wings or they will steam rather than bake. Bake the wings for about 15 minutes.

How to make the Blue Cheese dressing:

In a small bowl, add all the ingredients together. Gently stir together until well mixed. At this point you can put cover and put the bowl in the refrigerator until the wings are ready. If you like to serve your wings with cold blue cheese dressing, make ahead of time and chill.

If you want to get fancy, spread the wings and celery out on a platter with the bowl of blue cheese dressing in the center.


Amie said...

adeeehhh...BCW! ini yang tak tahan ni... selalu rebut2 dengan anak-anak!

Qasey Honey said...

wah sedapnya ni kak...BCW fav ni...sedapnya kalau dpt mratah sama...

Liza said...

bestnya kak...anak2 liza suka sgt order kat PH...

ijayuji said...

Salam kak paty! suke dgn kepak2 ni walau tak berapa elok tuk kesihatan hihihi... mmg part kepak tu ler yg sedap sehingga menjilat jari :D ambik resepi ni ya kak, nanti kita cuba buat, tengkiuu!

LinRosly said...

Assalamualaikum Kak Paty..

Ni yg bila tgk rasa nak terus ngap jer...sedapnya....

Paty's Kitchen - Cook with passion. said...

Salam Amie...akak pun sama...tak suka ayam tapi kalau wings akak terbang sekali

Paty's Kitchen - Cook with passion. said...

Salam Qasey....hem....ini memang best untuk meratah...meratah aje ya jangan melatah

Paty's Kitchen - Cook with passion. said...

Salam Liza....kalau anak tak ramai boleh la makan kat PH tapi kalau dah batallion macam akak kenalah buat sendiri ya

Paty's Kitchen - Cook with passion. said...

Salam IKA....akak pun sama....kalau masak apa pun akak akan cari kepak dulu....yang lain akak tak suka...bestkan dia tak terlalu berisi dan tidak terlalu tulang...pas tu kita terbang

Paty's Kitchen - Cook with passion. said...

Salam LIn...sapa yng tak suka kepak memang rugilah ya...akak nyoyut sampai tulang !!!!!

Mas said...

perhhhh...terliur mas tengokk tau...

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