A sudden thought came last nite.
I told 妈咪 to buy me 500g of chicken winglets this morning cos I decided to marinate and grill them with the quince paste from new zealand which I obtained from last yr company xmas hamper.
I had wanted to use the pear paste (expiring on jul 09) but realised a layer of mold was formed, and so switched to the quince paste (expiring on dec 09) which was clear and clean. It’s always good to be extremely careful with the expiry dates on food items obtained from the hampers.
I wasn’t sure if the taste will be good, so I tested it out on 3 winglets after immediate marinating.
190degree, 15mins + 10mins on different sides
It turned out to be a successful and nice one! The grilled colour was about there. But would taste stronger with more paste and longer grilling time.
marinated the rest and kept in fridge for an hr+
from 220degree 20mins setting to 190degree 10mins after the highly burned skin layer results
last 2 pcs set to 190degree, 10+5mins + 10mins on both sides
the oven was already very heated up, so adjusting to shorter time
Near an hr was spent on this whole dish. No choice … small oven I had.
It was stated on the tub label to marinate on pork ribs, but it still tasted good on winglets 🙂 Actually it tasted much like honey winglets.
After searching online for more infos, I came acrossed this.
Oops … and I just melted the whole paste and marinate the winglets … and that was about all! =P
Ok … I will try out more next time … when I got the paste … free 😀
It’s more stress-free to use an oven, and I’m enjoying it (=^__^=”)
Oh! I still have this bottle of ogilivie brandy butterscotch (from the same hamper). Hmm … wat should I do har? (“-_-)?