Tebasaki wings

"Tebasaki" Japanese-Style Chicken Wings

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Recipe from Chef Gabriele Riva

Ingredient

 

Quantity

 

Procedure

 

Chicken Wings,
whole pieces
Light Soy Sauce
Sake
Mirin
Sugar
Grated Ginger root
Rice Vinegar
Sesame Oil

 


6
2 TBSP
2 TBSP
2 TBSP
2 TBSP
1 tsp
1/2 tsp
1/2 tsp

 
  1. In a small sauce pan combine the following ingredients: soy sauce, sake, mirin, sugar.
  2. Bring to slight boil and cook until all alcohol has evaporated. When mixture has reduced (10-15 minutes) remove from heat, strain contents into a bowl. Add the rice vinegar and sesame oil. Set aside to cool down.
  3. Preheat oven to 450 deg F.
  4. Wash and pat dry chicken wings.
  5. Cut into segments. The wingette piece can be flayed open and skewered.
  6. Season both the wingette and drumette pieces with salt and black pepper.
  7. Arrange on Silpat®. Bake on the top rack of oven. Rotate pieces often.
  8. When chicken wings are almost done, brush the Tebasaki sauce liberally on the chicken wing pieces.
  9. Transfer cooked chicken wings to plate; they can be served with a sprinkle of sesame seeds, side dipping sauce or simply by themselves.

    Optional:
    For spicy finish, you can add pinch of cracked black pepper, Japanese Sansho pepper powder and ichimi pepper while preparing Tebasaki Sauce.


Important Notes regarding poultry:

Check carefully for darkness or dryness on the skin and flesh of poultry. Off odors or smells in the piece of chicken should be avoided. Chicken should be vibrant and smell fresh. Farm raised or organic is ideal.

Time Saving recommendation:
Marinate chicken wings in 2/3rds of the light Tebasaki sauce refrigerated overnight, use 1/3rd of leftover sauce to brush on during cooking.

   

Tebasaki Japanese-Style Chicken Wings


Tebasaki Japanese-Style Chicken Wings

 

Tools & Equipment

  • Silpat®
  • Half sheet baking tray (13"x18")
  • Sauce pan
  • Measuring spoons
  • Metal or glass bowl
  • Chef's knife, paring knife
  • Cutting board
  • Grater
  • Small strainer
  • Pastry brush


moderate difficulty level

 
   

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