Wednesday, July 02, 2008
soy sauce wings
On kind of a wing kick this weekend, Jack concocted these little guys. They were quite simple to make, and super-tasty! First, he marinated the wings in soy sauce, rice vinegar, sake (a 2-1-1 ratio on the liquid ingredients) grated fresh ginger and garlic.
Oh hey! Jack has just informed me that next time he'd leave out the sake, as he doesn't think it added anything. Okay, so soy sauce, rice vinegar, ginger garlic. Easy peasy.
The wings sat in the marinade for about 45 minutes, before getting patted dry, dredged lightly in flour and deep fried to a golden brown deliciousness.
I made an americanized-asian-style salad with stuff from the salad bar...red peppers, carrots, baby corn, water chestnuts, sunflower seeds and hard boiled eggs. I made a quick vinaigrette with soy sauce, vinegar, olive oil, fresh ginger and a dab of both sesame oil and honey. It was light and tart. Oh and I put chow mein noodles on top! Silly (but yummy)!
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