Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Bandit Chicken Wings 土匪雞翼

From a TV food show, I learnt that this 土匪雞翼 (direct translate become Bandit Chicken Wings) is very famous now in Hong Kong. This roasted chicken wings using one of the most important ingredient in the recipe is Cumin powder 孜然粉.
I don't know why this roasted chicken wings named as Bandit chicken wings , but according to here, those bandit robbers not only robbed  luxury items but also household spices. The local people who stayed a few miles away can smell the nice aroma of the wings when the bandit robbers used the spices to roast chicken wings.  Thus they would know those bandits were not far from them and they could take precautions of those bandits.




In fact, this chicken wings not only easy to prepare and yet the tasted so good with very nice cumin aroma..So I only use very minimum seasonings as I want strong cumin aroma.





Bandit Chicken Wings 土匪雞翼 

14 chicken wings (mid wings)
1 and ½ tsp cumin powder 孜然粉 (can be increased to 2tsp)
1tsp light soy sauce
3/4tsp salt
1/2tsp chili powder

1tsp black sesame seeds 

Method

  1. Marinate chicken wings with all seasonings except black sesame seeds for four hours in the refrigerator.
  2. Remove from the refrigerator, mix well with black sesame seeds and set aside to return to room temperature.
  3. Grill in a pre-heated oven at 200C for 15mins (skin side), then turn the chicken wings and continue to bake for another 10mins. Then turn the skin side up, bake till golden brown about 10mins.

Recipe by Sonia aka Nasi Lemak Lover

26 comments:

joceline lyn said...

这是今晚的晚餐吗? 很好料O

娇娇 said...

名字好特别哦~

Phong Hong said...

What a cute and funny story! But most improtant is the yummy chicken wings. I will try it!

Mel said...

Your opening story sounds funny....I guess those days spices are hard to come by thats why they also rob. Simple in ingredients came in to a delicious chicken wings and sounds easy too.

Karen said...

简单美味,我一定要试做,谢谢分享^^

Fion@轩宏妈 said...

It's sound interesting for me
Bandit Chicken Wings...hmmm

Somewhere in Singapore said...

Will try out if i am not lazy

Sem said...

I saw this recipe in Good Cheap Eats show by Maria on Sunday. I was just wondering what is this 孜然粉? now I know.

Victoria Bakes said...

Hahha,.. That's a very interesting name.. But indeed.. I can smell the wings from Beijing!

Li Shuan said...

Easy n yet yummy wings.... Will definitely give it a try... Thanks for sharing.
Btw, I have made your previous Malay style chicken wing taste so good...thanks again

Eileen Lee said...

看到我肚子打锣,今天的晚餐有着落了,嘻嘻!

Luv Sweet and Savory said...

I've heard of this dish .... your grilled & baked chicken wings simply delicious!

Ann Low said...

That's a special name 'bandit chicken wings' :D Anyway look real good!

Esther Lau said...

Just some simple ingredients, but looks yummy, I would like to try it out :)

Elin Chia said...

Sonia.... this is definitely yummy. I have KIV this.... thanks for sharing another winner ;)

Cheryl - Bakingtaitai said...

This interesting name caught my attention and I would love to try them!

Jeannie Tay said...

Interesting story on the name, even more interesting is the simple way of preparing these chicken wings...I would use thighs as my family are not into wings.

May Law said...

很喜欢这个名称“土匪雞翼”, 就不知吃了是否会变土匪啊! 哈哈哈

Kimmy said...

Hi Sonia, unbelievable - minimal and simple seasonings can create such lovely chicken wings. The flavour must be good. Like the story about this dish, too. Bookmarked.

Vi Vian said...

Hello Sonia, I always love chicken wings made in different manner. Going to try this out myself soon! Thanks for sharing.

Small Kucing said...

will definitely try out this recipe . thanks

Anne Regalado said...

Hmmmm Those wings look really good ! Will lurk at Openrice later to know more about these bandit wings :D

Fern @ To Food With Love said...

Sounds delicious and yet so simple! These days I'm so busy, I'm just looking out for easy recipes :) Will try this one day. Also, cute name for the chicken...:)

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regina chandaran said...

I liked the recipe.. I have already ordered the ingredients from Spice Market, waiting to make it a reality for eating.. I wish I just follow it properly and do it well. Thanks for it, it was worth reading.

Anonymous said...

I Really love to create different kinds of recipes like this with organic spices available online

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