This Coke chicken wing has a fresh taste because of the addition of red bayberry wine. Use only a little oil to prevent sticking. If you find too much oil when frying chicken wings, pour it out, otherwise it will be greasy. For the same reason, scallions are not suitable for firing.


7 chicken wings
1 bottle of coke
1 small bowl of red bayberry wine
2 cloves garlic
1 small piece of ginger
Half a spoonful of raw soy sauce
3-5 drops of soy sauce
A little green onion
5 pepper


Step 1
Bring the water to a boil, blanch in the wings and rinse with supercooled water.

Step 2
Poke the chicken wings with a toothpick, which is easy to taste.

Step 3
In a hot pot, add a little oil, add shredded ginger and garlic slices, and stir fry until fragrant.

Step 4
Pour in the chicken wings and fry the fatty side up for a while to make it oily and colored.

Step 5
Turn it over and fry it. At this time, if the chicken wings are fat and will produce oil, do not pour them out.

Step 6
Pour in red bayberry wine. Cover the pot and simmer for one minute.

Step 7
Add half a spoonful of raw soy sauce and a few drops of old soy sauce, add Chinese prickly ash, and finally pour in coke to make a little full of chicken wings.

Step 8
Cover the pot and cook until the soup is thick. Boil it for a while. Turn off the fire when leaving a little juice, put it on a plate, and then pour a little juice on the chicken wings.