Garlic Chicken Wings
Fried Chicken Wings Recipe Preparation time45 minCooking time15 min
- About 20 chicken wings
- 8 cloves of garlic
- Olive oil
- 1 teaspoon of thyme
- 1 teaspoon rosemary
- 1 glass of white wine
We cut the wings and remove the tips, as well as the remains of feathers and other elements that may have remained in them. We season them. By the way, remember that the chicken should not be washed.
Pour a good splash of olive oil in a suitable size frying pan and add the minced garlic cloves. The fire of the induction plate, or the one you are using, must be soft. The idea is not to brown the garlic, but to get its aromas to pass into the oil, so too much heat can ruin the plan. With about three minutes is enough to achieve it. Next, we remove the garlic, reserving it for later.
In this same oil that we have flavored we will put the wings and fry them over high heat. In general, about 10 minutes are usually enough for them to be good, golden on the outside and well done on the inside. Try not to crowd them too much, so that they fry evenly.
Finished frying and, without removing the wings, add again the garlic with which we had previously flavored the oil. Now it is time to brown it and leave it crispy, so it only takes a few seconds for it to reach this point.
Add the glass of white wine to the pan and mix everything well so that the flavors come together. We let the dish cook for two or three minutes, which is the time necessary for the alcohol to evaporate and leave only its flavor in the sauce for chicken wings.
Remove from the heat, place on a plate and finish off the dish with a touch of thyme and another of rosemary, to taste. This recipe for cooking chicken wings admits different varieties depending on the herbs you use, so you can also use parsley, Provencal herbs or any other that interests you.
If you don’t know how to make chicken wings, this recipe is one of the easiest and tastiest ways to make them. As for its accompaniment, leaving aside the usual fries, you can resort to some roasted potatoes, a good salad or a plate of sautéed vegetables. The ideal complement to finish off a very pleasant and nutritionally balanced dish.