Grad tidings at The Maya Kitchen
(The Philippine Star) - March 21, 2013 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines -What better way to celebrate your kid’s graduation but with tasty sweet and savory dishes you can easily whip up in your kitchen. Start off with classic deep-fried chicken wings with blue cheese dip.

For more recipes, other culinary ideas and course schedule, visit www.themayakitchen.com.        

Chicken buffalo with blue cheese dip

Ingredients:

                    oil, for frying

500 g.           chicken wings,                                       (separate the wing        

                    tip to drummets)

2 tbsps.        liquid seasoning

1 tbsp.          Tabasco sauce

                    salt and pepper to taste

1 cup            Maya all-purpose flour

1/4 cup         Maya cornstarch

1/2 cup         prepared chilli sauce

                   

Blue cheese dip:

1/2 cup         blue cheese

1/2 cupcream cheese

1/4 cup cream

3/4 cup mayonnaise

2 tbsps.    chopped spring onions

              salt and pepper to taste

1-2 tsps.   sugar

 

Procedure:

Using a deep-frying pan, heat oil.  In a bowl, season chicken wings with liquid seasoning, Tabasco sauce, salt and pepper. Set aside.   In another bowl, combine all-purpose flour and cornstarch until fully mixed.  Dredge chicken with flour and remove any excess flour. Fry until golden crisp.  Set aside. 

Prepare dip: Beat blue cheese and cream cheese together until it softens. Add in the cream, mayonnaise and spring onions.  Season with salt and pepper.  Put sugar to balance the taste.  Keep mixing until sugar is dissolved.  Refrigerate dip until ready to use.  Serve chicken buffalo fingers with blue cheese dip. Sprinkle top of dip with chopped spring onions.

Yield: Four to five servings at two pieces per person

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