Yen Can Cook ~ Maple Syrup Miso Chicken Wings
Maple syrup is a syrup usually made from the xylem sap of sugar maple, red maple, or black maple trees. Canada is the world’s top producer of maple syrup and it can safely be considered the national food. It is also no surprise that maple syrup is ranked the number one Canadian souvenir. Hubby received a bottle of maple syrup in a cute maple leaf shape from his ex-colleague last year and it was still sitting in my cabinet untouched until I stumbled upon this recipe in one of the Youtube channels that I follow.
Ingredients (Serve: 2-3)
8 chicken wings (wingettes & drumettes)
15g maple syrup
White sesame for garnishing
Step 1: Marinate the chicken wings with miso, sake, mirin and 5g maple syrup for at least 2 hours (preferably overnight) in the fridge.
Step 2: Heat up cooking oil in a pan and pan fried both sides of the chicken wings (Step 1) with lid on for 1-2 minutes/until golden brown.
Note: Bring the chicken wings to room temperature before cooking.
Step 3: Mix the marinade with 10ml water, pour into the pan and simmer for 1-2 minutes, with lid on.
Step 4: Mix 10g maple syrup & 15ml water, pour into the pan, continue simmer until the liquid mixture has thicken with a layer of sticky coating on the chicken wings. Flip the chicken wings occasionally during simmering process.
Step 5: Sprinkle with white sesame and serve.
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