Deep fried crispy chicken wings recipe is my all time favourite for fried chicken. The skin has that extra flaky coating that is really crispy and the meat juicy and moist.

Chicken can be made so many ways, baked, boiled, grilled, barbecued and of course, fried.  Fried has to be the favorite of all these ways. Traditionally, deep-fried chicken wings are cooked just like any deep-fried chicken.Chicken wings are relatively inexpensive and the combination of white and dark meat gives them a unique flavor all their own. When they’re deep-fried, they come out light and crispy, making them a perfect finger food for parties, church or any social gathering.

Deep fried crispy chicken wings

Ingredients for Deep fried crispy chicken wings recipe:

oil for deep frying
1 cup all-purpose flour, divided
8 tablespoons garlic powder, divided
6 eggs, beaten
3 cups crushed cornflake crumbs
24 chicken wings
1/2 carrot, cut into thick strips

Instructions to cook Deep fried crispy chicken wings

1. Preheat the oil in a large, deep skillet or deep fryer. In a shallow dish or bowl mix together 3/4 cup flour with 2 tablespoons garlic powder; then in a second shallow dish or bowl combine eggs and 4 tablespoons garlic powder and mix together. In a third shallow dish or bowl mix together cornflake crumbs, remaining 1/4 cup flour and remaining 2 tablespoons garlic powder.

2. Dip each wing in the flour mixture, crumb mixture, egg mixture then back in the crumb mixture. Drop carrot into hot oil; when it starts to fry, add in the wings. Fry about 10 minutes, or until cooked through – they’ll be a deep golden color.



1. I prefer to coat the meat using a plastic bag as it is less messy than trying to coat it on a plate.

2. If you like it extra spicy, add some chilli powder to the coating ingredients.

This Deep fried crispy chicken wings recipe is surly nice to eat  but you are not recommend to have any too often. Why….? Chicken wings are mostly all skin and if they are deep fried as well, there is a double dose of cholestrol which is bad for your health.

{August 21, 2010} {Tags: , }