I was amazed when Jamie Oliver used honey and mustard as a coat in baked chicken lollipop. I thought mustard is just for dressings. Well, now I know I am wrong.
1/2 kilo Chicken Wings
1 pack HoneyMustard Dressing
1/4 kilo flour
Here's how we do it:
1. Divide the wings into three parts; slicing thru the joints. [a single bone wing, two-bone wind, and wingtip] Wingtip will not be used.
2. Separate the meat from the bone by sliding a knife around the tip of the bone where meat is still connected (do not cut through the bone). Note: For the two-bone wing, remove the smaller bone before pushing the meat to make a lollipop.
3. Gently push downward while gripping the bone until the meat slides down and form a lollipop
4. Put the honey mustard dressing on a bowl
5. Whisk the 2 eggs on another bowl
6. Prepare the flour on a plate and add salt/pepper for tasting
7. Dip the chicken into the honet mustard dressing, make sure that the meat is well coated.
8. Dip the chicken into the beaten eggs
9. Dredge in chicken into the flour (You may also use bread crumbs, but you have to make 2 coatings: 1st with flour then with breadcrumbs.)
10. Heat oil in a pan
11. Deep fry chicken until they turn golden yellow
12. Remove the chicken and drain on paper towels.