does anyone have a clue

elijahboy

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I have been searching long and hard for this simple recipe

Down south the chinese restaurants have fried chicken wings (i say down south cause when i lived in maryland they didnt sell it) but they are drooling good

the crust is extremely crispy and the skin of the chicken is like an orange or yellow tint i was wondering if this was a certain breed of chicken or did they marinate it in something special and what did they bread it in

does anyone have a recipe similar or even close

all it is is fried chicken wings but when i make them they are just plain fried chicken wings

what asian/chinese marinade would it be that makes the skin orange/yellow i have tried soaking the wings in soy sauce and
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cw

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i know what your talkin about, but dont know what they marinade it in, i think its actually somesort of orange pulp
 

elijahboy

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golly if i knew what it was i would save so much money

one trip to the chinese store is 20.00 and im addicted

i can do without everything else well except for the crabmeat cream cheese wontons omg they will make you slap someone with one bite
 

pattypenny

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I worked at tyson a time ago and we made them they are mardianed in a hot sauce and then coated with flour which has hot pepper in it.
 

chickNpink

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yes, the tempura is usually with the "ethnic/Chinese" food isle or where you would find the Shake-N-Bake type stuff.

It comes in an envelope or a box......you add the wet ingredients

soy sauce =
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maybe try teryaki sauce

Let us know how it turns out!
 
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