Monday, July 22, 2013

Stir fried Chicken Wing tips 炒豆鼓鸡翅尖

A chicken wing comes with 3 parts :- the drumette, middle wing, and the tip (end) . After I cooked the middle wing and the drumette, left only the tips which not many peoples appreciate this especially the kids. But I like to chew the skin which is crunchy, chewy and tasty. Usually I just deep fry it but this time I simply stir fried with salted soy bean, it was tasty and delicious!

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First halve each of the chicken wing tip

and simply quick stir fry with these ingredients.
I have to add one extra piece of chicken thigh, so my kids also can enjoy this dish at the same time..


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When you have leftover chicken wing tips, how do you use it?

Stir fried Chicken Wing tips 炒豆鼓鸡翅尖
(recipe source: by Sonia aka Nasi Lemak Lover)

18 chicken wings end, halved
cwt3 copy 1 skinless and debone chicken thigh, cut into small pieces

Marinate seasonings
1tps light soy sauce
1tsp rice wine
1/2tsp sesame oil

½ red pepper, cut wedges
½ green pepper, cut wedges
½ onon, cut wedges
5 slices ginger
2 cloves garlic, chopped
1 spring onion, cut 1” in length

1tsp Chinese salted black soy bean豆鼓, soaked for 5mins and drained, chopped
1tsp fermented soy bean paste (tauchu), chopped

1tbsp dark soy sauce
1tsp sugar
1/4tsp salt or to taste


  1. Marinate chicken pieces with seasonings for 30mins. Mix salted black soy bean and fermented soy bean paste together, set aside.
  2. Heat 3tbsp cooking in a wok, sauté ginger, garlic and spring onion till aroma.
  3. Add in both soy bean paste, stir fry till aroma.
  4. Add in chicken pieces, stir fry till colour changed. Add some water, continue to cook for 2-3 minutes. Add in seasonings.
  5. Add in red and green pepper, onion slices, stir to combine well, cook for another 1min.
  6. Dish out and serve hot.
I am submitting this post to the event, Little Thumbs up organised by Doreen from my little favourite DIY and Zoe from Bake for Happy Kids.


  1. Very appetizing and moreish, Sonia. Perfect for everyday lunch.

  2. Sonia, can share with me. I love the tip too!

  3. 你的厨艺很棒哦。。单看照片我的肚子都开始打鼓了。。嘻。。

  4. I love the tip but I only enjoy eating the deep fry one...:)

  5. Only when eat fried chicken wing, will i enjoy the tip, kaka...

  6. A simple dish but yet it taste awesomely delicious!

  7. Sonia, good idea so that not wasted. I normally use the whole wing to cook and I also like to chew the tip hee..hee...

  8. I would more prefer 炒豆鼓鸡腿肉 =P

  9. 晚饭时间,刚刚好开餐。

  10. I absolutely love your pictures and your recipes.

  11. I only like middle wing, so if want to roast chicken wing, will buy the middle wing parts, easy for me, hehehe!

  12. Chicken wing tip simply luv it

  13. Chicken wing tip simply luv it

  14. Chicken wing tip simply luv it

  15. Wow A-Chi! I would love to have this at home but chicken tip is a no-no at my household. :D

    Maybe I'll sneak to your place to try this out!

  16. What a wonderful surprise! Someone else likes wing tips! When I bake whole chicken or wings, I make sure the tips are carbonised so that the skin is super crunchy and I can even eat the tiny bones! Love it.

  17. I like this. can suck the small bone one bu one. yummy.

  18. My hubby is always the one taking over the tip from me as I dont know how to eat it. Definitely love the sauce that this goes with.

  19. Sonia, Chicken wing stir fry looks delicious.

  20. Oh no I usually throw my wing tips away. This is a great idea to cook the wing tips.

  21. Sonia, I never have any leftover wing tip because my hubby is chicken wing lover, he will finish every part of it except the bone, hehe...

  22. your chicken wing tips so big! Only people who really love chicken wing know how to appreciate this, included me :)
    *Avid fan of chicken wing!*

  23. Actually u've just inspired me to make a kfc style wings and then stir fry it this way....

  24. Love the way you've cooked these tips ! Most people just throw these away :D


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