Saturday, 13 October 2007

Orange Marmalade Roasted Chicken

This Orange Marmalade Roasted Chicken is indeed a great and tasty finger food or main course dish if you will to serve it with some salad, rice or baked potatoes to make it more of a complete meal. I modify this recipe from one of my best friend Pamy's Website.


I served these baked chicken wings with a beaded of Homemade Potato Chips and Pork Ribs Watercress Soup for our dinner today. Reyon enjoys these chicken wings as it's really taste good which is like what Pamy mention, it's better than BBQ chicken. But instead of baking it for such a long hours, I do a short cut by simmer the chicken wings and marinate sauce under low heat for about 10 minutes until the chicken is cooked, then I put it in toaster oven and baked it for about 20 minutes or less until the sauce is caramelised and the chicken wings are crispy and nice.Posted by Picasa
Ingredients:
3 Medium Chicken Wings
1.5 Tablespoons Of Light Soy Sauce
1 Teaspoon Of Dark Soy Sauce
3 Tablespoons Of Orange Marmalade
1 Tablespoon Of Lemon Juice
1 Grated Lemon Rinds
3 Cloves Of Garlic

Methods:
1. Wash and pat dry the chicken wings, then mixed all the ingredients together except for the garlic cloves and marinate the chicken wings for about 15 minutes or more in the fridge.
2. Prepare a non-stick pan and put in the garlic cloves and saute on very low heat until a bit fragrant then pour in the marinated chicken wings and sauce.
3. Cover and simmer for about 7 - 10 minutes(turn occasionally to coat the sauce) until the chicken is almost done.
4. Transfer the chicken to a baking tray or aluminum foil parcel and baked in the oven toaster for about 15 - 20 minutes until brown and crispy.

Notes:
a) Before putting into the oven toaster, you can spread some extra Orange Marmalade on top the chicken and baked accordingly to enhance the flavour.
b) You can add more dark soy sauce if you prefer to have a darker colour for your chicken wings.

3 comments:

  1. what is orange marmalade. is it jam which we spread on the bread. if it is then it is too sweet for diabetes. yr comments pls

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  2. Hi there...Yup.. Marmalade is the jam that we spread on the bread. If it's possible u can also find those with reduce sugar de in most supermaket or u can reduce the amt of jam used and replace by some honey if u prefer.. HTH :)

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