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Steven Dolby was born in Rotherham, England 1974. Even from a young age Steven enjoyed artistic pursuits like creating original artwork and music. However he lacked even a basic knowledge of food and cooking techniques until he was 21 years old. At this stage his passion for all things culinary was ignited as he began to train with chefs in restaurants first in England, then around Europe. Steven has since moved to the united states and began to explore the cuisine of the Americas. His mentor won his first Michelin star in 2012 he currently lives in Atlanta, GA with his wife. Steve Dolby has been cooking professionally in restaurants for 17 years.

Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Crispy Fried Chicken Wings with Chipotle Adobo Aioli by Steven Dolby

Subscribe to me on YouTube (Serves 3-4 people)
1 Garlic clove
2 Egg yolks
1/2 Cup E V olive oil
1 Tbsp water ( if aïoli is too thick)
Juice of half a Lime
Chipotle Peppers In Adobo Sauce (finely minced to taste)
Salt (to taste)

20 chicken wings (separated at the joints)
Vegetable oil (The pan should not be more than 3/4 full)
Small handful fresh coriander (roughly chopped)
Juice of half a Lime
Salt & ground black pepper (to taste)
1/2 Tsp chilli flakes
1/4 Cup hot sauce

1. Wash chicken with cold water and pat them dry using paper towel.
2. Cut and separate them at the joints as shown in the video.

For Aioli:
3. In mortar and pestle, add garlic and salt. Grind well into a paste.
4. Add egg yolk into the mortar and give it a whisk.
5. Slowly add olive oil, whisking constantly.
6. Add lime juice, and chipotle pepper. Mix well.
7. Taste and season with salt. Transfer it to a bowl and set aside.
For Fried Chicken:
8. In a pan, heat oil until it reaches 350 degree F.
9. Drop chicken pieces in hot oil and cook for 13-15 minutes. Transfer them to a paper towel to drain.
10. Into a bowl, place fried chicken and add cilantro, lime juice, salt, pepper, chili flakes, and hot sauce. Toss to coat well.

11. Serve hot with aioli and enjoy!


1 comment:

  1. A fruit is a vegetable with looks and money. Plus, if you let fruit rot, it turns into wine, something Brussels sprouts never do.