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Fried Chicken with Sweet Thai Glaze


20 mins

Preparation time

20 mins

Cooking time



Comfort food at its best! You have to try our Thai Fried Chicken with a Sweet & Spicy glaze. If you are a fan of fried chicken or fried cauliflower bites, prepare for this to be your new obsession!


  • 1kg Chicken Wings and Drums
  • Vegetable oil for deep frying
  • 200g rice flour
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 4 tbsp Thai Taste Fish Sauce
  • 1 tsp Thai Taste Garlic
  • 1 pinch White Pepper
  • 1 Chicken Stock Cube
  • 3 tbsp Thai Taste Palm Sugar
  • Juice from 1 Lime
  • 2-3 Bird’s Eye Chillies
  • Chopped Fresh Coriander
  • 1 large red finger chilli
  • Lime wedges.

Steps for cooking

  • 1.In a large bowl add the chicken, 1tbsp of the fish sauce, garlic, crumbled chicken stock cube and white pepper. Mix to combine and leave to the side to marinade.
  • 2. To make the Sweet Thai Drizzle, add the remaining fish sauce (3 tbsp), bird’s eye chilli, and palm sugar to a saucepan on low heat, until the sugar is all dissolved. Take off the heat and add the lime juice and set to the side for serving.
  • 3. Either turn on your deep-fryer or in a wok or tall saucepan, fill with vegetable oil to 1/3 capacity. Heat to high.
  • 4. Mix the rice flour and baking powder in a large bowl. Coat each piece of the chicken in the flour mixture. Tap off the excess.
  • 5. In batches cook the chicken for about 15 minutes or until golden. Draining the chicken on a wire rack.
  • 6. Turn the temperature of the oil up to very high heat. Add the chicken for a second time, until they are super crispy and deep golden in colour. About 2 minutes. Drain these on a paper towel.
  • 7. As you are serving drizzle over the Sweet Thai Drizzle, and give a gently mix, so the chicken is coated.
  • 8. Garnish with fresh coriander,sliced red finger chilli and lime wedges.




Gluten Free:





Chef’s Tips

you can check the temperature of the oil, by using a wooden spoon or chopstick. The oil is hot enough when little bubbles form from the wooden utensil.

Did you know?

Thailand loves its King, and shows great respect for the monarchy. The well-known Hollywood movie “The King and I” was never shown in Thai theatre’s because it was considered to be derogatory to the King.

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