Monday, August 24, 2009

Grilled Spicy Chicken Recipe

I can never get enough of grilled or barbequed chicken. There are two things that I can continually stuff my face with - full or not. Chicken wings and pizza slices (Domino's of course). There is just something about them juicy wings. I love this recipe because trust me the wings taste very very good. Very few ingredients, easy to make, can be barbecued or grilled. I have done both. The secret is this: marinade the wings overnight.

8-10 full wings
What you need for the marinade:
1 tsp salt
1 tsp pepper
2 tbsp meat curry powder
2 tbsp oyster sauce
1 tsp prepared mustard - safe to leave out if u don't have
2 tbsp honey
Few drops of dark soy sauce for colour
2 tbsp olive oil 

Combine all the ingredients for the marinade in a large bowl. Add the chicken wings and turn to coat evenly. Marinate the wings and refrigerate for 3–4 hours (overnight better).

For bbq: Skewer the chicken wings with a barbecue rod and grill over a barbecue pit. Brush wings with remaining marinade and turn over halfway through grilling. Continue to turn the wings, brushing with a light coat of marinade and olive oil each time until the chicken wings are done.

For grilling: First I pre-heat the oven at 200 deg Celcius (blur case: Pre-heat means for how long ah? Ten min la.). Then I place the wings on a baking tray (line with baking paper so it won't stick to tray), then I brush the wings with some olive oil. Grill them wings for about 10-12 mins per side. I usually take them out after that, turn the pieces and baste with the remainder marinade and oil and grill for another 10-12 mins.

Tip: If the chicken pieces are big I would recommend grilling 15 mins per side.

Then I serve it with a side serving of salad tossed in Italian dressing. Yums people.


Vivien Macdonald said...

Hmm... i'll have to try this with the meat powder. Never done that before!

The Sudden Cook said...

Yes do try - it really gives it alot of flavour....

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