Wicked Wings

This is the fruit of my research on KFC wicked wings recipe…… This recipe tastes exactly the same…..

Chicken Wings

Ayesha’s Kitchen



  • 1 kg chicken wings (wingettes and drumettes)(with skin)
  • 1 tbspn red chilli paste
  • 1 tspn garlic paste
  • Some salt
  • Some red chilli powder
  • Some black pepper
  • 2 tbspns vinegar


  • 1 egg
  • 1 cup corn flour


  • 1 cup flour
  • 1 cup bread crumbs
  • Some salt
  • Some cracked black pepper
  • Oil for frying


-Marinade chicken wings in the ingredients given for wings and keep aside for 12 hours.

-Now in a mixing bowl beat one egg and add corn flour to it. Mix well, avoid lumps.

-Now add marinated wings and coat well each wing.

-In a shallow dish combine the dry ingredients given for crumbs. If the bread crumbs are coarse, put them in the food processor and chop until they are very fine.

-Heat oil to 190 degrees Celsius in a deep fryer.

-Take out the wings from egg mixture and coat well with crumb mixture and fry until they are golden brown or look crispy.

-Take them out on an absorbent paper and serve hot with garlic dip or hot chilli sauce.

17 thoughts on “Wicked Wings

  1. Donna

    The only thing I did differently was I coated with just egg and flour 2-3times the actual marinade is AWESOME! I thought ewe vinegar but it broke it down and made it more tender and i soaked overnight definitely was fantastic flavours have definitely saved this recipe! It literally smelt like KFC in the house, hubby took them to work and the fellas were jealous cos they thought he had KFC for dinner said Nah this is better wifey made it ended up sharing his tea! Well done chicky xox and thanks for sharing

  2. waqarunisa

    beautiful recipe , taste same like KFC
    my kids was very happy they had it for the dinner
    i am going to save this recipe for the rest of life.
    thank you so much for this beautiful and secret recipe.

  3. The Poz

    omg me and my friend made this when were high as and it was sooo good. We were searching for a 24 hour kfc but in australia we dont have many so we resorted to this wonderful recipe. Must try when blazinnn

  4. sampkim

    Is the red chilli paste the korean red chilli paste or something else? Can you tell me what you use for that and where I can get it? And also what do you mean by “some” (“some salt, some red chilli paste, some black pepper, etc”}? Is that a pinch? Please reply I’d really love to try and make these. Thanks 🙂

    1. Ayesha Haq Post author

      By some I mean “to your taste”
      Red chilli paste is red chilli flakes mixed with vinegar. I use supermarket bought. Its not Korean or Oriental inspired, its just normal Australian.

  5. Erin

    I tried two different “wicked wings” recipes tonight. This one was the superior, both in flavour and in ease of use. That egg wash is ingenious as it creates a thick yet crispy coating so well and simply.


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