Sticky Garlic Chicken Wings

Sticky Garlic Chicken Wings

My daughter have several favourite dishes that she always asks me to do when I start making my weekly menu and shopping list, dishes like calamares, sopas, sinigang, tortang talong and this one the Sticky Garlic Chicken wings will always be requested, though she is not fuzzy with other dishes she always keep on insisting any of those and if any of those.

A sticky Garlic Chicken wing is a dish made out of chicken wings dressed in sticky sauce based on soy sauce, garlic and sugar. A really version which do not need baking all you need is a wok and 20 minutes of your time.


Ingredients

15 pcs chicken wings
1/4 cup brown sugar
6 cloves garlic, minced
1 tsp ginger paste
1/4 cup regular soy sauce (Kikkoman or Philippine Soy Sauce)
2 tbsp dark soy sauce
2 cups water
1/2 tsp five spice powder
oil

Method

  1. In a wok add oil then sauté garlic and ginger, add chicken and slightly brown on all sides.
  2. Pour water, regular soy sauce, sugar, dark soy sauce and five spice powder bring it to a boil then simmer uncovered in medium-high heat while occasionally mixing for 20 minutes or until the liquid had reduced.
  3. Totally reduce liquid into a thick sauce and stir fry chicken until cooked then serve.


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43 Responses

  1. These flavor coated chicken are my weakness :P, so much that we tried making some 😛 We tried replicating the Bon-Chon/Korean fried chicken with some promising results. Let me know if you can give it a shot. requires double frying. Recipe is on the site (Just search for “korean fried chicken” 😛 )

  2. thammelissa says:

    wow…nice coating and it look gorgeous!

  3. Easy to see why this is always requested by your daughter.
    🙂 Mandy

  4. Eri says:

    How easy and amazing does this chicken look!!

  5. Tessa says:

    Lovely wings! Finger licking good!

  6. These look perfectly delicious.

  7. Judy says:

    We just had chicken wings the other night, a real favorite around here, so easy and delicious. Like this recipe, will have to try it out for our next wing night. 🙂

  8. This is deliciousness……
    I can totally understand why your daughter request this… Send me some too..
    B/W I love the new blog look… Beautiful!!

  9. familyspice says:

    Those wings look so finger-licking good! And only 20 minutes to make? Bookmarked!

  10. Purely.. Kay says:

    Are these for me? I just feel like they are lol. I can’t wait to make this.. I LOVE it! And I also love the new blog look… nice 🙂

  11. Wow! I’m with your daughter, this would definitely be one of MY favorites too! Love the new look of the blog Raymund!

  12. peasepudding says:

    I can see why she keeps requesting this dish, I’m going to try this one myself

  13. ChopinandMysaucepan says:

    Dear Raymund,

    This chicken looks delicious and I can see why it’s one of your daughter’s favourite. I have a similar recipe except I use whole garlic, lots of sliced ginger, dark soy sauce, oyster sauce, sesame oil, light soy sauce and a good splash of brandy. The gravy is so hearty with plain rice and this dish seems to taste even better the day after when all the flavours have been absorbed by the chicken.

  14. I love the five spice in there. What great look wings.

  15. PolaM says:

    Cool new look! And great wings! I love this asian type of wings! Have to bookmark them!

  16. Hello! I’ve been enjoying your blog and have nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award. Cheers! 😀

  17. I bet those are delicious!

  18. Love 2 Type says:

    garlic is said to be good for the heart if i’m not mistaken. this looks great.

  19. foodjaunts says:

    Completely in love with this. I’ve got some chicken wings in the freezer…I know what I’m making on Saturday!

  20. Those wings look delicious!

  21. Kristy says:

    Oh I am all over this one Raymund!!! My kids will love it and I will LOVE it! It’s on my menu for next week now. 🙂

  22. Nami | Just One Cookbook says:

    Yum! My kids love chicken wings, and we all don’t mind sticky fingers as long as the chickens are good!

  23. slpascual says:

    can i omit the five spice powder? or substitute with other spices? Thanks.

  24. I can finish a plate of these wings. I can see why your daughter requests it 🙂 LOVE the new look Raymund.

  25. Simply Tia says:

    These wings look absolutely delicious and perfect for sitting in front of the tv watching a marathon of my favorite shows.

  26. sammii says:

    What is ginger paste?

  27. Betty says:

    I think I could eat these at every meal and then lick my fingers afterward. 🙂

  28. This meal will be a sure winner in my house!
    I just love all the flavors in there

  29. slpascual says:

    yummy…even without the 5 spice…

  30. Janet says:

    I am going to try these this weekend…will let you know how they turned out!

  31. Yasmine says:

    Unfortunately, we only eat chicken breasts in this household. This recipe sounds delicious, though, and I’d love to make it! Do you think it would work just as well with chicken breast pieces instead of wings?

  32. Yasmine says:

    =) thanks so much for the quick response, Raymund!

  33. Yuuuummm! I cooked this last night and it was delicious! 🙂 Haha..sticky na sticky nga 🙂 Parang Chinese adobo dahil ata sa five-spice, luto daw ako ulit sabi ng asawa ko. 🙂 Thanks for sharing!!!

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