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Passionate young chef Minh shows you how to make Asian buffalo wings.
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This is chef Min again and I’m going to show you how to make a strange Asian buffalo wing experiment so I bought a half a tablespoon of garlic and a half a tablespoon of ginger finely minced like that. And you’re going to take that’s a drum, that’s a flat and that is the tip of the chicken wing so you’re going to take your knife and you’re going to separate the drum and the tip by just cutting that connective tissue down to the joint and I’m about to show you what that joint looks like. It looks like two white balls but you see that joint right there, to remove that, you’re going to cut just in the middle of that joint and the flat. So just disconnect just like this and to remove the flat and the tip, just kind of just like that, very easy, you’re going to throw away your tips but you can use them for soup if you want like chicken soup. Have some pan – breadcrumbs, a tablespoon of black pepper, a tablespoon of salt already added to the chicken so I’m going to add our garlic and ginger mix and then I’m going to add our breadcrumbs. And that breadcrumbs is about half a cup. It depends how crunchy you want it and some vegetable oil and all the ingredients are listed on the description. I get tired of saying all the measurements and I’m going to add some soy sauce and about two tablespoons of buffalo sauce and you’re going to lay that on the baking sheet, make it into rows of like four or five depending how much you’ve got. I got about 1.5 pounds of chicken wings. Just going to spread out all those and I serve with jasmine rice and some buffalo sauce. It turned out pretty good actually. I’m Min Chao, thanks for watching, I’ll see you next time and enjoy.