Thai Stuff Chicken Wings - How To Cook Recipes For You To Keep!


 Thai Stuff Chicken Wings or commonly known as Peek Gai Yat Sai in Thailand is basically wings part of the chicken with the drumletts detached. They are de-boned before stuffing it with ingredients like minced pork, minced prawns waterchestnuts, herbs and spices etc

This dish has never failed to impress all my friends and families. There is a bit of work involved but the end-result is so worth it. Watch how quickly the winglettes disappear before your eyes when you include this dish at your next family gathering or party with your friends.

Peek Gai Yat Sai Thai Recipes:

From The Thai Kitchen:

* Cleaver
* Filleting Knife
* Ladle
* Mixing Bowl
* Paper Towel
* Wok

Thai Ingredients:

* 20 winglettes (with tips)
* cooking oil

Stuffing Ingredients:

* 230g minced pork
* 6-8 medium size prawns (crushed and chopped)
* 12 waterchestnuts (crushed and chopped)
* 2 spring onions (chopped)
* 1 coriander (chopped)
* 1 tsp garlic (fried in oil)
* 1 tbs fried shallots
* 1 tsp ground white pepper
* 3 tsp fish sauce
* 2 tsp ligh soy sauce
* 1 tsp oyster sauce
* 0.5-1 tsp sugar

Crumbing Ingredients:

* 0.5-1 cup plain flour
* 2 egss + 1/4 cup water with pinch of salt & black ground pepper (slightly beaten)
* 2 cups breadcrumbs

Method:

1. Prepare wingslettes - deboned and leaving the tips intact

2. Prepare "Stuffing Ingredients" in a large mixing bowl

3. Fill the deboned winglettes with the mixed "Stuffing Ingredients"

4. Place the 3 crumbing ingredients separately on separate plates and/or bowls.

5. Holding the winglettes by the tip, coat individually in the plain flour and shake off excess flour

6. Dip the winglettes now coated in flour into the egg mixture

7. Finish the coating process by rolling the wingletts in the breadcrumbs

8. Repeat process until all the wingletts are crumbed

9. Heat enough cooking oil in wok to deep fry the wingletts until golden brown

10 Serve Peek Gai Yat Sai with Thai sweet chili sauce


Insider Tip:

You can also use a deep fryer instead of the wok


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