Chicken wings are the ultimate party food, and here is one way to serve it in a relatively healthy way: braised with spring onions, garlic and ginger. Braising must be the easiest way to prepare food for a potluck. Little preparation is needed, and you can cook a lot at the same time.
The wings were marinated overnight in oyster sauce, fish sauce and sesame oil.
I panfried crushed garlic and ginger pieces in a little olive oil before adding the wings. When the chicken was nicely browned, a little dark soy sauce was drizzled into the wok together with two tablespoonfuls of water. After simmering for 10-15 minutes on low heat, I threw the spring onions onto the chicken, covered the wok, and waited for 5 minutes more. And that was all!