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Sarsi chicken wings



I'm sure that many of you food lovers have heared of Cola chicken wings which as the name implies, has coca cola in those wings.  But I've cooked mine with Sarsi, with leftover sarsi from Sarsi Bundt cake and hence 'Sarsi chicken wings' came into being.   Don't misjudge these skinny undernourished looking wings, they're free range chicken wings that's why.  These are more lean but they're tasty, finger-licking good and can be served as finger food or as a snack.



 











These yummy wings can be served with white rice but  I served mine with wholemeal  bread and some salad....another easy all-round meal!

Recipe for Sarsi chicken wings

Ingredients

  • 480 gm chicken wings, cut into 2 parts
  • 1/2  tsp sugar and salt 
  • 1/2  Tbsp light soya sauce
  • 1 cup sarsi
  • 2 tsp dark soya sauce
  • 1  Tbsp lemon juice
  • A dash of pepper
Preparation

  1. Marinate the chicken wings with a bit of sugar, salt and pepper for about an hour.
  2. Heat up a wok with some oil, shallow fry the wings till light yellow, flipping from side to side.
  3. Add sarsi, sugar, salt, light and dark soya sauce, let it simmer under medium heat, covered and cook till wings are tender and semi-dry.  Test for taste.
  4. Add in lemon juice, mix well and turn off heat.
  5. Dish out and serve with some salad.

Comments

  1. very special wings, i know only Cola wings but never know can use Sarsi too, hehehe..

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  2. Hmmm... looks so nice and delicious :)

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  3. Whoa, sarsi chicken wings! Sounds so tempting. Yummm....
    Thanks for sharing.
    Kristy

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  4. cheah, i have also never eaten cola wings before but sarsi first time hearing that. The colour is very nice. did you get all these free range chicken wings from kg simee market? i know there's a stall selling, i only go there when i hv time cos it's so far from my place.

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    1. No, I hardly go to Kg Simee market, bought them from my usual market place near my house. The lady has both farm chicken and free-range chicken wings and legs.

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  5. yummy lo....can i try use ROOTBEER instead of SARSI? taste the same ?

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    1. Yes, you can, to me, they taste more or less the same.

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