Recipe sent by Kristine:
My friends and family and I usually just refer to this recipe as 'THE FAMOUS DISAPPEARING CHICKEN WINGS' (you'll see why when you bring a nice platter of them to a party, or just make them for yourself)
-about a dozen whole chicken wings, cut at the joints, tips
-about 1/2 cup flour
-1/4 cup each soy sauce (use silver swan if you can find it,
or another dark asian-made soy sauce, kikkoman is not
that great) and honey.
-1 green onion, chopped
-1/2 clove garlic, smashed (here's the deal, if you want them more garlicky you can add up to 1 clove of garlic per wing).
-pinch of pepper
1. Combine honey, soy sauce, garlic, pepper, and green onion into a big bowl or container (you'll be dipping the wings into this later)
2. Pat chicken pieces dry. dip in flour, shake off excess. fry in lots of hot oil (oil should cover wings almost halfway) over medium-hot heat until golden brown.
3. Immediately dip each fried wing into honey/soy sauce bowl, shake off excess, place on serving platter.
4. Serve with some nice white rice, pref. short-grained asian rice, and some vegetables. Roll your eyes upward in an expression of heavenly chicken wing glory.
Note: you may find you prefer the sauce sweeter or less sweet. I usually use a little more honey than soy sauce.