This soy chicken wing dish is so juicy and succulent. I crave this savory little indulgence after a good healthy eating regime. The ingredients are very simple but the trick is to get the timing right; the chicken wings to get slightly caramelized yet still retain their juice. Practice is the key to the perfection, but in the end, perfection is only perception; you might not be the best chef, but you can always be your own biggest fan. So, treat yourself, tuck in and enjoy.
- Heat a non-stick pan over high heat. Stir in 500g of chicken wings, 3 table spoons of oil, 5-8 slices of ginger, half a cup of rice wine, and half a cup of soy sauce.
- Turn the chicken wings occasionally. When the sauce dries up and starts to sizzle, stir for 3-5 minutes until the chicken wings are caramelized.
- Before turning off the heat, add some sesame seeds and chili flakes (optional) and toss around.
- Serve and enjoy.