Chicken Wings


I have been trying to replicate my favorite Pizza hut Chicken wings and this is the closest I could replicate. I prefer oven baked rather than oil fried as oven baked is relatively healthier. This is a simple recipe and can be done in 30-40mins. I have used the masala powder available in our kitchen and will try to add equivalent of what I have used.

 

Items Needed:

  1. Chicken Wings – 2 Pounds
  2. Siracha – 2 Tsp
  3. Paprika – ½ Tsp
  4. Ginger Garlic Paste – 2 Tsp
  5. Aachi Fish Masala – ½ Tsp
  6. Mexican Chilli Powder / Tajin Classic Seasoning – ½ Tsp
  7. Lime – 1 No (or 2 Tsp juice)
  8. Hot Sauce – ½ Tsp
  9. Wing Sauce (Optional)– 2 Tsp
  10. Salt – 2 Tsp

     

Marination Preparation

Mix all above items in a bowl and apply marination evenly on the chicken wings. It’s recommended to keep the chicken marinated for 4hours in fridge – however if you are in hurry or planned last minute, you can keep it only for 30mins and start cooking.

 

Cooking

  1. Preheat oven to 375 °F in bake mode
  2. Apply oil in cast iron griddle and place chicken wings
  3. Bake one side for 10mins and flip the chicken wings
  4. Apply/Spray oil and cook for another 10mins (total 20mins baking).
  5. After 20mins of baking, spray oil and start broil. Broil chicken 5mins each side (total 10mins broil).
  6. Sometime broiling will be done in 6-8mins depending on the moisture left, so monitor closely while broiling.
  7. Now chicken wings ready to eat as is.
  8. Optional Final step: After broiling is done, move chicken into mixing bowl and add 4Tsp of Wing sauce and mix it evenly and serve hot.

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