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Honey Soy Sauce Chicken (蜂蜜酱油鸡)

Little Thumbs Up have landed on Diana's house this month. Zoe and i would like to welcome her. She is the host for April, Little Thumbs Up with her theme 'Chicken' Diana is brilliant to choose 'chicken' as her theme. Chicken is one common ingredient that almost everyone use for daily cooking. Yes, I do use it for cooking almost  Like Diana mention in her blog "Chicken it is so versatile - you can fry them. steam them. roast them, cook them in pasta. in rice, in soup  the list is infinite."

Before i go any further, Zoe and would like to Thank Faeez from BitterSweetSpicy once again for being such a wonderful host for Little Thumbs Up in March. Please visit here for our March banana month awesome posts.
Yesterday was my eldest Shawn's birthday. We had a small get together sort of party with sibling and some close friends. I bake him Chocolate Hokkaido almond cupcakes as his birthday cake. I thought it would be easy to serve. Everyone love the cup cake and the taste was great. I prepared some dish for dinner and my sister prepared salad with Japanese salad dressing, 

The is one of the dish i prepared for dinner. It is fast and furious  and it one of my kids favorite. 
This is so flavorful and i promise you that, this is finger-licking good!!

How good is it ? You must try this then you will know how good it is!!

Honey Soy Sauce Chicken (蜂蜜酱油鸡)
Recipe adapted from JOC
Serve 3-4

12 chicken wings (marinade overnight for more flavor)
freshly ground black pepper\

4 Tbsp honey
4 Tbsp Soy sauce
2 Tbsp sake (i used chinese cooking wine - shao xing)

Get ready all the ingredients

Combine all the seasonings in a Ziplock bag, 

Rinse chicken under cold water and pat dry, prick chicken wit a fork.

Seasoning with salt and freshly ground black pepper.

Add all the chicken into the Ziplock bag. squeeze the air out and zip up the bag. Coat the chicken all around with the marinade. Marinate for 30-60 minutes or marinade overnight.

Preheat oven at 218C Place chicken wings into baking pan, making sure that the chicken are not overlapping and the skin side up. Pour the marinade liquid over top. Bake for 30 minutes

Blast the chicken a few times during baking. If the chicken are done but it is not browned. Just switch to broil until the top is nicely browned. If the chicken browned too fast while baking, just cover with a piece of aluminium foil to st!!op the chicken from burning, Serve immediately!

This post is linked to the event; Little Thumbs Up organised by Zoe from Bake for Happy Kids and me my little favourite DIY, hosted by out special host
 Diana from Domestic Goddess Wannabe
with her April 2015 theme - CHICKEN
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  1. So tempting, shall try it out one of the day...

  2. 好丰富的鸡肉餐。小孩一定好欢心。

  3. Fast & Furious?! Hee ... hee.. how nice if I could sneak some of these yummy chicken wings into cinema when I watched Fast & Furious 7 ^-^!

  4. mui mui, your chicken wings look so delicious! And the seasoning is so simple and basic. Yes, I love this recipe! If I made these wings, I will be very fast and furious eating them hee..hee...

  5. tempting chicken wings..feel like grabbing them now...

  6. Looking at your yummy chicken made me so hungry now.

  7. Oh gosh. now I really wanna cook Soy + Honey + Chicken! Thanks for the warm welcome Doreen!


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