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Deep-Fried Red Fermented Bean Curd Chicken Wings

Wow! What a long name for a simple fried chicken! LOL! I just don't know how to simplify the name. I guess, the name or the title is not important, as long as they taste good, right? And of course, the chicken wings are tasty, juicy in the inside and crunchy on the outside. Hmm, that sounded like a commercial for fried chicken! :P

Deep-Fried Red Fermented Bean Curd Chicken Wings


1 dozen Chicken Wings
3 pieces Red Bean Curd
3 Tbsp Red Bean Curd Sauce
3 Tbsp Corn Flour
2 tsp Garlic Paste
1 Tbsp Chinese Cooking Wine
1 Tbsp Oyster Sauce
1/2 Tbsp Soy Sauce
2 tsp Sugar
Oil for deep-frying


Marinate the chicken wings with all the ingredients for about 4 hours.

Heat the oil on a high heat and fry the chicken wings in batches until golden brown and slightly red in color. Drain on a paper towel and serve immediately.

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  1. Ai-yoh. This is exactly what KC (Wai Bing's husband) was looking for when we went to Kingsway Sushi. He was wondering why he could not make it like that.
    I am going to fwd this recipe to him!

  2. My mom does this often too with red fermented beancurd but she prefers using pork ribs. Chicken looks delish too!

  3. @FAMILY FIRST: Yes, the marinate is good for pork too. Thanks:)

  4. That looks yummy!

    Is the red bean curd sauce the liquid from the fermented red beans?

  5. @[eatingclub] vancouver || js: Yes, the sauce is the liquid from the fermented bean curd. Thanks:)

  6. this recipe looks amazing! i'm a bit confused about the corn flour though. is it the same as cornmeal or cornstarch? i'm not sure what to use!



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