There is a fried chicken wing dish from a famous modern restaurant in Bangkok Thailand called Greyhound which I adore. The chicken wings are cut in half when served and therefore the dish is often referred to the “single bone” fried wings. This recipe is a replication of this dish where I can make at home with the ingredients that can be easily found at local supermarkets. Even if you have never been to Greyhound, I think you will be addicted to these wings too!
|Chicken Wings||10-12 Pieces|
|[MARINATE] Fish Sauce||2 Tablespoons|
|[MARINATE] Oyster Sauce||2 Teaspoons|
|[MARINATE] Lemon Juice||2 Teaspoons|
|[MARINATE] Sugar||1 Teaspoon|
|[MARINATE] Ground Smoked Paprika||½ Teaspoon|
|[MARINATE] All Purpose Flour||3 Tablespoons|
- Pat dry the chicken wings with kitchen towel.
- Optional: Cut the wings in half with a pair of big scissors. It’s easier to start cutting from the side where the bone is bigger.
- Mix [MARINATE] ingredients together in a container.
- Add the chicken wings to the container, mix to coat the wings with the batter and marinate for about 30 minutes.
- Place chicken wings into the Air Fryer and cook at 380F/200C for 20-25 minutes until meat is thoroughly cooked through.
NOTE: Take out the Air Fryer basket from time to time to check the cooking status of the wings and give it a shake to cook the wings more even.