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The Ultimate Fried Chicken Wings Recipe.

The Ultimate Fried Chicken Wings Recipe.

Chris De La Rosa from CaribbeanPot.com shares a delightful chicken wing recipe, reminiscent of the fried chicken wings found at Maracas beach in Trinidad and Tobago. Chicken wings are seasoned with a lovely Caribbean herb marinade, then dusted in seasoned flour and fried until crisp. These chicken wings can rival any Buffalo style wings for flavor, texture and overall taste, with it's unique Caribbean flavors.

You'll Need…

4 lbs Chicken wings (trimmed and washed)
1/2 teaspoon salt
pinch black pepper
1 tablespoon ketchup
1 tablespoon Caribbean Green Seasoning
1/2 teaspoon curry powder
2 eggs
1/4 cup corn starch
1 cup flour
oil for frying.

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The Ultimate Fried Chicken Wings Recipe.

Chris De La Rosa from CaribbeanPot.com shares a delightful chicken wing recipe, reminiscent of the fried chicken wings found at Maracas beach in Trinidad and Tobago. Chicken wings are seasoned with a lovely Caribbean herb marinade, then dusted in seasoned flour and fried until crisp. These chicken wings can rival any Buffalo style wings for flavor, texture and overall taste, with it's unique Caribbean flavors.


You'll Need...

4 lbs Chicken wings (trimmed and washed)
1/2 teaspoon salt
pinch black pepper
1 tablespoon ketchup
1 tablespoon Caribbean Green Seasoning
1/2 teaspoon curry powder
2 eggs
1/4 cup corn starch
1 cup flour
oil for frying.

More Caribbean recipes can be found at http://www.caribbeanpot.com

Get my latest cookbook, The Vibrant Caribbean Pot - 100 Traditional And Fusion Recipes Vol 2 @ http://www.CaribbeanPot.com/book/

Connect with Chris De La Rosa

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Caribbean-Pot/160863714535
Twitter: https://twitter.com/obzokee
Instagram: caribbeanpot
Contact: http://caribbeanpot.com/contact/
Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/caribbeanpot/the-caribbean-pot/

To learn more about Chris De La Rosa, you can visit http://www.ChrisDeLaRosa.com

27 Responses to “The Ultimate Fried Chicken Wings Recipe.”

  1. yaz a says:

    Never thought to add the egg like that instead of doing each piece one by
    one before the flour. Great idea.´╗┐

  2. Teera Xo says:

    Great job yours look perfect, crispy and brown.´╗┐

  3. tasha phanor says:

    I’m gonna try the egg, and the corn starch´╗┐

  4. james b says:

    all kind of good tings. Rofl epic.´╗┐

  5. Tonio Yendis says:

    The best type of wok is a cast-iron one.´╗┐

  6. Errly Dabbers says:

    why do you rinse with the lemon juice´╗┐

    • Krystin Grant says:

      +Whitney Minor yes it works

    • Whitney Minor says:

      Lemon can be used to clean meat. Vinegar too

  7. OpticPro 19 says:

    I’m from trinidad´╗┐

  8. ZoeInMe1804 says:

    Haha u not lying about oil splattering everywhere bro great video´╗┐

  9. soleniak says:

    never thought of putting corn starch in with the flour…I usually just use
    flour..I’ll have to try. thanks!´╗┐

  10. Nefertiti Hammond says:

    trinidadians relll like pepper too´╗┐

  11. Van Green Bigsexy says:

    Question I fried my chicken a lil bit like your but I gotta no how come you
    use Ketchup is it 4 the taste´╗┐

    • jay s says:

      For the acid you bumba

  12. BigBoss AndTheDoll says:

    They look amazing and that green dipping sauce looks even better.´╗┐

  13. ANN POLLARD says:

    Never would’ve thought of frying wings in a Wok. Interesting that I might
    try that. Those wings look great too.´╗┐

    • ANN POLLARD says:

      +sheas terrace Ôś║

    • sheas terrace says:

      +ANN POLLARD you are very welcome beautiful

    • ANN POLLARD says:

      +sheas terrace Wow…that’s deep. Thank you.

    • sheas terrace says:

      Ann Pollard blacks in the south would cook in similar pans like a win
      centuries ago and even would cook in the ground because of lack of money.

    • ANN POLLARD says:

      +Luis Coqui Thank you. I definitely am looking into a wok. Right now I do
      have and electric one and used it twice. I had made Shrimp Lo Mein in
      it…turned out pretty good tho.

  14. Barbi Ruth says:

    Also, always let the flour coated chicken sit on a rack to air dry-better
    than a tray as air can flow all around top and bottom of the pieces–so
    that the flour AND the odd wet spots that didn’t get coated can dry out
    well. The drier the flour the crunchier it will be. But if you want REALLY
    crunchy chicken then batter it as your taste, put in flour then BACK into
    the flour AGAIN. Then air dry for an hr then fry. ­čÖé Good vid though. I
    used to do the egg thing yrs ago but quit as I found the texture wasn’t as
    crunchy. Its all personal preference. :-)´╗┐

  15. sheas terrace says:

    @Ann Pollard you are very welcome beautiful´╗┐

  16. Barbi Ruth says:

    Sorry, meant to say batter then flour then BATTER again then flour again.
    let dry an hr–or even more—–then fry. :)´╗┐

  17. Van Green Bigsexy says:

    Wen I no I want fried chicken I take it out the day b 4 n put my chicken n
    water n lemon juice then raise it off n dry my chicken with a towel very
    dry b 4 seasoning my chicken but corn starch n all purpose flour n bread
    crumbs is the best way 2 fry chicken n fried shrimp´╗┐

  18. Quianna Persaud says:

    Anybody else peep the pack of Caramel at the beginning? Lol, great video
    though.´╗┐

    • jay s says:

      You want some ay