Thursday, November 23, 2006

CWF Part 2: Spicy French Onion Drumettes

This is the second in the four-part "Chicken Wing Fourplay" (CWF) series and is slightly less complex than the first. It still tastes awfully good though. I cannot recall when was the last time I actually used French onion soup powder to make French onion soup. It is however, an excellent seasoning for fried chicken and when mixed into sourcream; a great dip. After using the mid-joint to create a stuff chicken wing in the Viet-Do, the other half begged some attention. As such, I decided to create a simple and straight-forward tasty treat.

1. Drumettes
2. Salt and pepper
3. Chilli powder

4. French onion soup powder
5. Rice flour
6. Soy sauce


1. Mix the drumettes with the salt, pepper, chilli powder, French onion soup powder and soy sauce
2. Leave the drumettes to marinate for an hour at least
3. Coat in a thin layer of rice flour

4. Deep-fry till crimson brown

1. Chilli powder tends to get "burnt" very easily, so please use well thawed drumettes and a moderate heat to prevent this from happening

Sprinkle on some Japanese chilli flakes and serve hot!



Unknown said...

Another drool-a-licious chic wing dish. Am looking forward to parts 3 and 4.

Anonymous said...

I used onion powder once with wings too! :) ah but yours looks more fun to try out ;)


Sammy said...

Now I know what u mean when u said french onion soup can be used as a seasoning. Definately looks good!

Anonymous said...

Yummy!! Im a fan of chicken wings!!! and I love french onion soup!

D said...

Thanks for the kind words!