Monday, April 30, 2012

Red Curry Chicken Wings

Sorry it's been awhile since my last post. I've been busy with school and taking care of my son by myself so it's been a little crazy. However, I do remember to write down recipes and take pictures of what I cooked new. Just don't really have the time to post them up.
Anywho, I am a huge fan of chicken wings. Buffalo wings, honey BBQ, or hot spicy name it. I decided to come up with my own chicken wing recipe since I think that every household should have their own unique chicken wing recipe. I was inspired by Pizza Hut's wing wednesday and surprised that they have so many varieties of wings. Never tried them yet, but I wanted chicken wings with something new and different. Voila!! I came up with thai curry chicken wings using two different thai curries. I am a huge fan of thai curries especially in curry noodles so I decided to combine the two together. I've created chicken wings that is sweet with a kick and still has all the familiar taste of curry. My husband, who can't handle much spicyness, actually enjoyed these wings very much.

1 tsp yellow curry (Karee)
½ tsp red curry (Panang)
1 tsp vinegar
1 Tbsp honey
1 ½ cup water
2 Tbsp butter
2 tsp brown sugar

In a pan, melt butter and add in both curries. Stir until both curries are cooked. Add in vinegar and water. Bring to a boil and add in honey and brown sugar. Stir until sugar is dissolved. Simmer on low to medium heat for about 30-45 minutes or until it has reduced to half its size and thicken. Let it cool for a bit and toss in 6-12 cooked chicken wings (deep fried, baked, or grilled).
This is a very simple and easy sauce for any wings. You can always add more curry if you like it hotter. Red curry (Panang) is a lot spicier than yellow curry (Karee) so add more red curry if you'd like. There's no dipping sauce for these wings because they are great on their own. But of course, you can always use the good ol' ranch sauce. I made a peanut butter sauce to dip because my husband loves peanut butter and peanut butter goes great with curry.


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