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These spicy chicken wings with spicy sauce is so simple and tasty, you will not believe it.
Mix chicken and marinade ingredients. Marinate for 2 hours or overnight.
Preheat the oven to 400ºF. Put the marinated chicken wings in one layer on a pan lined with aluminium wrap and topped with a grill dripper. Bake for 20 minutes until crispy. You can baste the chicken with the marinade once during the baking process. (If you won’t have an oven, you can saute the chicken in a nonstick pan until it is cooked and crispy.)
For the sauce, in a saute pan, add oil. Keep it on very low heat, add the sliced garlic, green chilies and fry for 2 minutes. Then add the garam masala, soy sauce, chili sauce and mix.
Measure out the pineapple or orange juice into a small bowl. Whisk in the cornstarch and add to the pan, stirring continuously. Once the sauce thickens and has a good consistency, turn off the heat and taste to see if you need salt; add a little if needed. Add the ground pepper and scallions.
Add the grilled or baked chicken to the sauce while the sauce is hot. Toss well. Serve immediately with chopped coriander.
Enjoy with a chilled drink to cool off your tongue.
These spicy, satisfying tacos are always a major crowd-pleaser. And they’re incredibly simple to whip up!
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