Soda coke wings might sound weird to you. But this dish was viral in early 1990s in Asian community. Its status could well wrestle with Mcdonald's among Asian kids. Its tender texture makes it a powerful incentive for Asian tiger moms to discipline their children. Let Food Party bring you the best tastes of those days..
12 chicken wings
1 can of coke
1tbsp of cooking wine
2 tbps of light soy sauce
2 tbps of dark soy sauce
2 slices of scallion
3 pints grounded ginger
4 pieces of ginger slices
3 chopped up garlic cloves
1 dry red chilli
2 tbps of oil
1 tbps of oyster sauce
1. Slice the surface of chicken wings for better margination. In a big bowl, add chicken wings, cooking wine, and light soy sauce. Marinate for more than half an hour.
2. Add cold water into Food Party hotpot. Put the marinated chicken wings into cold water, add 4 pieces of ginger, 4 pieces of scallion.
Turn the hotpot to medium heat.
Cook for 2 minutes until white foam comes out. Drain the water. Dry the wings with paper towel.
3.Heat up Food Party Hotpot again with oil. Stir-fry scallion, grounded ginger, garlic and dried chili until aroma comes out. Grill the chicken wings until golden brown on both sides.
4. Add half a can of coke. Add 2 tbps of light soy sauce, 1 tbps of dark soy sauce, 1 tbps of oyster sauce and 1 tbps of cooking wine
Bring to the boil over high heat. Cover with a lid and simmer over medium heat until the soup thickens.
5.To serve, sprinkle with white sesame seeds or scallions.