Chicken Inferno.


(Deep Fried Chicken Wings Swimming In Super Hot Sauce)
Quick and ultra easy to prepare, this trending fad of a chix-wings’ concoction is capturing USA.
More so post watching sports’ events:
football, softball, basketball etc.
A brilliant serving in your weekend “drinking spree”.
As is or with rice, beer, wine, whisky or any spirited drinks,
this will make you experience a “sweet taste of inferno”.

Prep time:                     20 mins.
Cook time:                    15 mins.
Total time:                     35 mins.
Makes/Serves:             2
Cooking medium:         deep pan for deep frying, strainer, empty wide mouth
plastic 1 or ½ gallon with lid cover, tongs
Special instruction(s):  suggest you use bare hands and prepare for mega
piquant satisfaction
6 pieces fully cleaned, tips cut, wingette separated from drummet, rinsed, set aside.
100-150 ml. soya or palm oil
30 ml. tomato catsup (Heinz is what I utilize)
30 ml. Tabasco-Red or Sriracha hot sauce
5 grams brown sugar
1.    Heat oil in deep pan.
2.    In plastic gallon, combine-whisk and stir well catsup, hot sauce and sugar. Set aside.
3.    Pour in wings unto strainer and submerge in hot oil. 5 minutes will fully fry wings.
4.    Once desired cooking state is attained, pour wings inside gallon, cover and tumble fully to let sauce coat wings entirely.
5.    WOW…serve. Again, best with bare hands eating.
There was NO marination implemented as full rounded taste will be attained with the sauce mix.
DISCLAIMER: Above are test kitchen and household-produced dishes. All ingredients utilized are of food grade quality passing international and domestic sanitary standards. While we find the results highly acceptable, no guarantee nor explicit assurance is hereby issued when recipe is performed by readers. For one, although of similar breed, spices, herbs and other ingredients vary from country to country/region to region that possibility of affecting end taste, aroma & bite-feel is great. Further thereto, mentioned sensory evaluation (aroma, taste, mouth-feel) is subjective.
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