Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Gorgeous Garlicky Chicken wings...

This is one of the easiest but most scrumptious recipes for making a quick snack or starter...

Chicken wings, tips removed.
Fresh cracked pepper
Garlic, chopped and fried
Olive oil.

Marinate the wings in salt and pepper. Heat a little oil in a flat non-stick pan. Place the wings in hoy oil and lower the heat. Cover and let it cook for 3 to 5 minutes, undisturbed. Turn wings over to cook on the other side. Sprinkle a liberal amount of the fried garlic and cover again. Once the wings are cooked through (test with a fork. When juices run absolutely clear, they're done) increase heat and let the wings crisp a bit.
Serve hot!! They're simply yummy..

I usually keep a jar of fried garlic in my pantry.


All you do is chop a mountain of garlic and deep fry it quickly without burning it. Let it cool completely and store in an air-tight jar.


The Walker said...

Grrrr... Was getting bored, and was wandering through blogs... Now, thanks to you, I've to go, get a bite :)

I can almost smell the fried garlic! I'm sure going to give this one a try. Hopefully sometime soon...


Ronnie said...

Hey Rhea,

This is one of the smartest 'kitchenideas"I have come across of late. I also like the dishes that you made for yourself. Looking forward to more in your blog.


Rhea Mitra Dalal said...


Do come back for more :)