These are so easy and delicious. You cook the wings first, then coat them in a spicy sauce. This recipe makes enough for a party but you'll need to have plenty of napkins on hand!
Excellent!! For those of you who can't find the fish sauce... oyster sauce is NOT a substitute. They taste completely different. A shopping tip... You can find fish sauce at any asian store. The Vietnamese and Filipinos use fish sauce in their foods. It will be labeled "Patis" if you find the Filipino 'version'. Hope that helps! - 27 Jan 2001 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
I CHECKED AND DOUBLECHECKED TO MAKE SURE I FOLLOWED THE RECIPE (AND I HAD) BUT I CANNOT AGREE W/THOSE WHO SAID WHAT A GREAT RECIPE. I THREW MOST OF THE SAUCE OUT, AND WE BOTH LOVE THAI FOOD. - 02 Oct 2002 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
We loved this recipe and I really recommend this recipe to anyone that wants a good thai chicken wing sauce. My entire family loved this recipe. I did use my wok and coat the wings with plain flour and then fried them in a little oil then coated them with the sauce. It was sooooooo good and we will make this again! - 22 Jan 2006 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)