Thursday, July 7, 2011

How to - Stuffed Chicken Wings

I am enjoying cooking more and more each day. Since I had more free time today, I decided to do a "How to" post. FYI, not sure how others do their Stuffed Chicken Wings but this is what I did. Enjoy.


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 =]

Thanks for reading! Good night Bloggers, Xoxo Terri

6 comments:

  1. yummy :D
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  2. OMG! Thanks for the post, I don't know how to cook and it's nice to see asian/hmong food. My Husband asked me to make this a few weeks ago. I wouldn't hurt to try LOL How long does it take to bake? Does it still taste as good as deep fried?

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  3. I put it in the oven at 350-400 but how long you leave it in depends. Just as long as you normally would for regular chicken, but since there is less meat you don't have to worry about it not being cooked throughly. Once you know the chicken meat is cooked, it's ready. Deep fried taste the same to me and my husband, lol after they were all cooked, i put them all together and we couldn't even tell which were deep fried and which were oven baked. I know what you mean though, I keep telling my husband that this is a new generation, we only know how to cook the basic Hmong foods other then that it's all American lol

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  4. OMG...it's making my mouth water! haha...I definitely wanna try this out ;]

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  5. looks yummy and you should definitely do more post like this one!

    And also, thanks for being so understanding and very supportive for still following me even though I lack on post and even delay replying back! Thank you so much for all the support!
    It means the world to me!

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  6. oooo girl you can cook. Yum Yum!

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