COOKING WITH NEWBIES: How To Make Korean Fried Chicken Wings
She loves chicken wings, so she can now make it anytime she wants.
Cooking newbie Lou Ferrer, a coordinator, is not that new to cooking. She has cooked before and while she has some experience, she doesn't spend a lot of time in the kitchen.¬†This is perfect because unlike some newbies, she already has an idea of how a recipe¬†comes together to become a dish.¬†
For this episode of Cooking with Newbies, Yummy.ph¬†food editor Roselle Miranda gave her a choice about what she might want to cook for that day: chicken or beef.
The chicken box which would cost around P800 total contained ingredients that would cost a lot more than the beef would. That's because the recipe isn't just your normal chicken recipe. It's a fried chicken¬†recipe, Korean style.¬†
What's fantastic about making the spicy, soy-garlic glazed¬†Korean fried chicken is the fact that you might buy the ingredients once, but you will be able to make three, four, ten, or even more servings of the¬†sauce beyond that first batch of chicken wings. That's one of the beauties of having a super flavorful sauce in your arsenal of recipes!¬†
We thought it would a great idea to show her, not only how to make¬†chicken wings, but the Korean version that has become a cult classic.¬†
What makes Korean fried chicken so unique is the fact that these are double fried. Double fried means exactly that: it's fried twice. The main purpose of this is twofold: one, it ensures that the chicken is cooked through without over-browning or even burning the outside.¬† ¬†¬†
Here's the recipe:¬†