Rachel’s Tiny Kitchen #1 – RICE COOKER CHICKEN WINGS!
I have always enjoyed cooking, but boy did I take for granted my kitchen and oven in the States! Since moving to Korea I’ve had to adapt the way I cook completely. From having no counter space, to replacing ingredients with things available here, to trying to make delicious cakes in a small toaster oven, I’ve done it all! There have been a lot of failed experiments and total disasters in my tiny kitchen(stories I may have to share soon!), but along the way I’ve learned a lot about how to make your tiny kitchen as efficient as possible and still make delicious food!
I hope these videos will help people with tiny kitchen’s wherever you are, whether you’re in Asia or you’re a college student in a dorm! Your tiny kitchen is not as limiting as you might think, so I want to share simple recipes that anybody can make at home!
The first recipe I want to share is our current favorite, rice cooker chicken wings! Proper chicken wings is one of those dishes that we missed a lot in Korea, and at first it seemed like a far-fetched dish to be able to accomplish in such a small kitchen! Luckily my rice cooker has been our savior, and once we discovered you could cook ANYTHING in a rice cooker, and that whole world opened up, life and dinner has not been the same. If you haven’t seen our previous rice cooker videos and tutorial, I suggest you check them out! Banana bread was the first time I used the rice cooker for anything other than rice, and I still make it all the time!
Here’s the recipe that’s also in the description of the video. If you make this, please take a picture and hashtag #rachelstinykitchen or #rtk on instagram or twitter! Also send suggestions for future videos! If you aren’t following us on instagram you’re missing lots of yummy food photos - VlogofRachel and Evanandrachel.
Spicy Teriyaki Chicken Wings
-frozen chicken wings
-2 tbsp. butter/margarine
-tbsp. minced garlic
-beer of your choice, enough to cover the bottom of the pot
-sauce of your choice, a little less than half a regular bottle
-hot sauce (optional)
-herbs and spices of your choice (I used a dash of salt, pepper, and chili)
Throw it all in your rice cooker, and cook it for one cycle for delicious, juicy wings! Much cheaper than chicken in Korea and great for parties and husbands.
It’s as easy as that. Very minimal effort, and a great reward. What I like about this recipe the most is that it’s so adaptable to your tastes! Sometimes I make bbq chicken wings, sometimes it’s just hot sauce, and sometimes I just use garlic and herbs! Make it to suit your tastes, can’t wait to see your photos!
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