Sunday, October 10, 2010

Honey Baked Chicken Wings

Honey baked chicken wings served with fresh tomatoes and lemon juice.

Cookbook by Iron Chef - Chen Kenichi.

Honey baked chicken wings is one of the recipes I have learnt from ‘Iron Chef Chen’s Knockout Chinese’ cookbook by Chen Kenichi. His cookbook includes recipes that incorporate a combination of Chinese and Japanese ingredients and cooking styles. He is my most favourite chef and his cookbook is a must have for those who love Chinese and Japanese food.

Honey Baked Chicken Wings (adapted from Chen Kenichi's cookbook).

This is a simple dish that reduces the hassle of cleaning and washing. All one needs to do is to marinate the chicken wings for at least 2 hours beforehand and bake them in an oven. I have improvised some of the ingredients for this dish as I do not have those as required in the cookbook. Nevertheless, the turnout was still great. The ingredients are: chicken wings; salt; rice vinegar; soy sauce; honey; and Chinese cooking wine (adjust according to your preference). Before baking, brush the baking tray with some vegetable oil and bake the chicken wings till they turn dark brown in colour. Squeeze some lemon juice on the chicken wings just before serving and they go very well as finger food or with rice.


  1. Dr Mark David ChongOctober 10, 2010 at 6:09 PM

    I loved the chicken wings! The slightly vinegary taste made your dish extremely mouth watering! I'm salivating just thinking about them!

  2. you can use boneless thigh meat for barberque too. Rebecca