Coca-cola Chicken Wings

Chinese love for chicken wings is quite strong. They like spicy, oily things and can eat it no matter what time. Every chinese restaurants that serves ”western” food has their version of chicken wings, and KFC is the most profitable fast-foods chain. Sometimes when I walk around city, it feels like KFC is on every street, every corner. The food in KFC is really bad, much worse than western restaurant, not tastewise, but qualitywise. There I said it, I don’t like chinese chincken wings. My husband on the other hand loves them. I had no choice, but learn to prepare something better, something that he would love even more. Well, I never would have thought that would be so easy. Those coca-cola chicken wings are extremely easy, fast to make and absolutely fussless. No added fat and amazing smell. I feel like I’ve been making those once a week for a year now and still we’re not bored.


10 chicken wings
1 can original coca-cola
2 tablespoons salt-reduced light soy sauce
spring onion, to garnish
Clean the chicken wings under cold water, pat dry with chicken towels.
In a saucepan, combine the chicken wings, coke and soy sauce. Liquid should cover the chicken wings completely. The general idea is: 1 can coke, 2 tablespoons soy sauce. Use more liguids when needed.  If you have more people to feed I highly recommend making a lot of those, as far as I’m concerned everybody loves those!

Cook until most of the liguid is gone and the rest forms thickish glaze, about 30 minutes on medium heat. That’s it. Put on a plate and garnish with spring onion 🙂 Eat.


5 thoughts on “Coca-cola Chicken Wings

  1. Coca-cola chicken wings! I’ve vaguely heard about this before, so it’s true! I wonder how they taste like – perhaps savoury with a touch of sweetness? You are right. Chicken is a favourite meat (possibly after pork) among many Chinese. The crispier and crunchier the skin, the better.

    My parents are Chinese-Malaysian (I’m Australian, live in Melbourne) and eating KFC was always a big deal in my family. When I was growing up in Malaysia, we would have it on special occasions – like a few days before Christmas or when it was someone’s birthday.

    You must be a great cook. Those chicken wings look amazing 🙂


    1. Hi, nice to hear from you! True, pork is chinsese fav meat, however my husband doesn’t like eating it that much, most of the time we’re stuck with chicken and beef. And I’m still learning to preapare beef 😛

      And you’re right, those are savory with touch of sweetness, I was quite surprised when I first tried them, I thought they would be much sweeter 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s