First, we need the Chicken Wings.
Also a pack of vermicelli noodles (Usually sold at asian market/stores, but you can also find them at some Cub Foods)
Soak the vermicelli noodles in hot water
(After washing the chicken) To start cutting [to take out the bones], you start with the drummie part of the wing, cut the skin away from the bone and peeling the skin/meat back as you go. MUST BE CAUTIOUS! Very easy to cut yourself if the knife slips.
[The drumstick bone after the skin/meat is pulled back] then break/pull it out
[The wing bones after slicing and pulling the skin back], then break/pull it out
[In the previous step, pulling the skin back, the chicken skin would be inside out so you would have to roll the skin back after breaking/pulling the bones out] When you have done so, your chicken would then look like this in the picture, (last bone still intact)
Now, the noodles, strain it, use a knife/scissor and cut into 1-2 inches and put in a mixing bowl. You can use anything you like to season it. I used Oyster Sauce, Hoisin Sauce, Lemon Juice, Black Pepper, Salt, and chopped Green Onions. (I don't use measurements either)
Optional - if you want more meat, you can add ground beef or chicken to you noodles.
Here I used ground chicken.
All ready to be stuffed into the chicken.
The chicken all stuffed and ready to be cooked.
You can fry or oven cook it.
All done =]
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