I’ve got a lot to say about this Fried Chicken Feet recipe. First off, if you can get over the creepiness, these really aren’t that bad. In fact my wife even used the word delicious. And, as far as Chicken Feet Recipes go, this probably really is the best of the best.
The secret lies in how the feet are prepared. Though they are fried, to give it that crispy outside texture, they are actually boiled first to make the inside tender. I borrowed the sauce from my Wasabi Chicken Wings recipe, which I’ve included below, but in all honesty, if you like spice, I highly recommend using the sauce from my Firecracker Shrimp recipe instead. I’ve included a link for that below as well.
The second thing I would say about Fried Chicken Feet is that there really isn’t a lot of meat, unfortunately. I think someone would really be ordering or serving these up for the “Awe” effect, because these really are impressive to look at and they make a great conversational piece!
There are, literally, hundreds of different ways to prepare Ahi Tuna but I like mine Seasoned and Seared. That usually means that dry ingredients are applied, on all sides, to a cut of Raw Ahi Tuna then cooked and “seared” in a dry frying pan. Ingredients vary but spices generally get the best results, rarely, herbs are ever applied. But, one of the easiest ways to make this appetizer is to keep it simple and season with Kosher Salt and Black Pepper.
Ahi Tuna Dipping Sauce
The best part about this Ahi tuna recipe is that it comes with a fantastic Wasabi Vinaigrette that has a sweet Soy Sauce and Sesame Oil influence. Tell me that doesn’t sound superb! Sushi fans alike come running for this appetizer anywhere it’s served. I’ve seen similar recipes served at The Outback, Cheese Cake Factory and P.F. Chang’s even. All of which have their own unique style. I think that this one is the easiest to do and that anyone the loves tuna is going to like it.
Seared Ahi Tuna Ingredients:
1 Ahi Tuna Steak
1 tbsp Black Pepper
1 tsp Kosher Salt
1/2 tsp Paprika
Make No Mistake, this Wasabi Chicken Wings Recipe is the one you’re looking for, no doubt about it! It is absolutely incredible and it site in my top 3 chicken wing recipes of all time, they’re that good. The flavor the soy, in the tempura dipping sauce, brings out with all of the other common Asian ingredients is just incredible. The Bonito flakes(dehydrated Skipjack Tuna) just takes it to a whole new level but it’s like icing on a cake and it just shouldn’t be prepared without. If you’re looking for a well balanced Wasabi Chicken Wing recipe, I highly recommend this one because there is nothing wrong with it and I’ve got nothing but good things to say.
I do have a few other wing recipes if you want some more options. I even think that my Buffalo Hot Wings recipe is the BEST I’ve EVER had and I think you’ll agree, once you try my Blackened Seasoning. I also have an amazing Blue Cheese Dressing recipe, if you’d like to try it. I’ve got a fan that claims he’s bottling my recipe and selling to his local restaurants, near by.
1 oz Tempura Dipping Sauce
1 oz Rice Wine Vinegar
1 tbsp Honey
1/3 cup Mayonnaise
1 tsp Sesame Oil
1 tbsp Wasabi
1 Green Onion, chopped scallions
1 tsp Bonito Flakes
Fry the Wings at 350 degrees for 8 to 12 Minutes. You want the chicken to float to the top and turn golden brown. Baking is another option if you don’t want the oil. Be sure to salt the wings before baking or after frying. Mix all the wet ingredients together, then add to the cooked Chicken Wings. Add the Scallions and then give them a good toss in a large bowl. Plate and sprinkle the bonito flakes evenly across the top of the Wasabi Chicken Wings.