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AirFried Tom Yum Chicken Wings

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March is the month when the whole world celebrates in honor of the Womankind. It also celebrates the achievements of women throughout history. And yes, that includes me and you (if you are a woman)! Happy International Women's Day!

What better way to celebrate today with this easy-peasy and yummylicious AirFried Tom Yum Chicken Wings. Happy International Women's Day!
These Thai-inspired AirFried Tom Yum Chicken Wings are so incredible and full of flavors. I believe this dish will soon become one of your dinner favorite.
Why?...because it is just so easy to prepare and will surely makes those tummies happier!

All you need are fresh chicken wings (or any parts of the chicken...prefrebably with the skin still on) and some pre-made Tom Yum paste (or you can homemade one!). And cooked the fuss-free way with the Philips Airfryer.
It's "EASY & FANTASTIC".

I would like to thank Amy Chai for sharing this quick & easy and yummy recipe! As always you are one my most consulted sifu :)
AirFried Tom Yum Chicken Wings

8 Chicken Wings
2 tbsp Tom Yum Paste
1 tbsp Water

Flour Coating:
2 tbsp Cornflour/Corn Starch
2 tbsp Potato Starch (or Tapioca Starch)
1/2 tsp Baking Powder

Directions:
  • In a bowl, mix together the Tom Yum paste with water. 
  • Pour the Tom Yum mixture into the chicken wings and let it marinate for at least 4 hours (prefrebably overnight).
     
  • Preheat the Airfryer at 180°C.
  • Combine the cornflour, potato starch and baking powder, and mix well. Coat the chicken with the flour mixture, shaking off any excess. (Tips: I've added some of the marinade juice in the flour mixture to make it more gooey so the chicken wings will not have the powdery-hard crust)
     
  • Spray a little oil on the chicken wings and place it on the grill pan.
  • AirFry for 10-12 minutes. At the end of time, flip over and continue to AirFry for additional 5-8 minutes.
  • Transfer to a serving plate and top with some chopped coriander and lime wedges.
     
Adapted from Amy Chai

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