In Thai mao means drunk (kimao means to be drunk), and daeng means red. Bpeek
kai are chicken wings.
This is a useful recipe for something to do with chicken wings. My wife cuts
the wings off all the chickens she uses and keeps them in a large bowl in the freezer,
when the bowl is full we make this up, and serve it as "tapas" in the
restaurant in the evenings. It is good finger food, but perhaps only for adults.
1 1/2 pounds chicken wings
1 tablespoon fish sauce
1/4 cup thinly sliced lemon grass
10 to 15 cloves garlic, crushed
1 tablespoon freshly milled black pepper
1 tablespoon chopped red birdseye chiles (prik ki nu)
1/4 cup chopped coriander/cilantro (including roots if possible)
1/4 cup tomato ketchup
1/4 cup whiskey (preferably bourbon or rice whiskey
Mix the marinade, stir the wings until thoroughly coated and leave to marinade
for 12-24 hours in the fridge.
They should then be barbecued or grilled over fairly high heat until cooked through.
This is then served with a dipping sauce that consists of 4 parts mayonnaise,
4 parts tomato ketchup to one part hot chili sauce (Tabasco is suitable, or anything
hotter than that).
As for the leading question, most if not all the alcohol is burned off in the
barbecuing process, so it is quite safe for children, but if you are making it for
the kiddies, you might want to reduce or leave out the chiles!
Special thanks to Muoi Khuntilanont.
Posted by WingsFan91 at Recipe Goldmine 11/16/2001 4:21 pm.