Chicken Wings are quintessential American snacks, often served during Super Bowl parties. How can you resist? After one bite, you can taste the combination of rendered fat underneath the crispy skin, the tender white meat, and the flavors that come from the glaze or dipping sauce. For beginners, this Chicken Wings recipe can help you become more confident in the kitchen as it doesn’t need many ingredients. Meanwhile, home cooks can appreciate the versatility of this once underestimated chicken part.
Inspired by the Filipinos’ love of all things sweet, this Chicken Wings recipe calls for brown sugar and siling labuyo to marinate the chicken. You don’t have to brine the meat; a dash of Knorr Liquid Seasoning is all it takes to add that X factor and help tenderize the meat. The more you eat it, the more you crave it! Let’s jump to the ingredients and cooking steps.
Ingredients for Chicken Wings Recipe
Step 1 :
If you want to have an amazing and crispy pork belly, you need to boil the pork in water with Knorr Pork Cubes first. Now, allow this to simmer over low heat until the pork is tender.
Deep-fry the pork belly only when it has been thoroughly drained, and its surfaces are dry. You can pat dry with paper towels. Otherwise, when you place it in hot oil, the oil will splatter and might burn your skin.
For the next step, prepare a plate or tray lined with paper towels so you can place the cooked fried belly on top. The paper towel will absorb the excess oil from the pork.
Now, we can start preparing our sauce. Get your pan nice and hot over medium-high heat. Then, pour some oil and gently sauté the bagoong and chilies for 2 minutes.
Add Knorr Complete Recipe Mix Ginataang Gulay dissolved in water. Let this simmer until thick.
When your family sees a plate full of fried pork topped with some spicy gata sauce, they will not be able to contain their excitement! Get your camera phone ready because you’ll want to capture their happy faces when taking that first bite.
Common Bicol Express recipe serves tender pork bits covered in creamy and spicy coconut sauce. What makes this recipe extra special is the added texture of the crunchy pork. Using Knorr Ginataang Gulay Mix eliminates the need to squeeze coconut milk by hand. This saves you valuable time, especially when your family is excited to savor it over steaming white rice. We find this recipe a great way to use up any leftover Lechon Kawali. For tomorrow’s lunch and dinner, try cooking our Pork Menudo and Paksiw na Bagus recipes.