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Naga Biran Wings are a spicy and flavorful chicken wing dish inspired by the cuisine of the Naga people in Northeast India. Naga cuisine is known for its use of fiery chili peppers, and Naga Biran Wings showcase that characteristic heat. Here’s a description of how they are typically prepared:

Marination: The chicken wings are marinated in a mixture of Naga chili paste, garlic, ginger, lime juice, salt, and other spices. The Naga chili paste is made from a variety of fiery chili peppers indigenous to the region, such as the Bhut Jolokia or Naga Morich.

Resting: After marinating the wings, it’s best to let them rest in the refrigerator for at least an hour or longer to allow the flavors to penetrate the meat.

Grilling or Frying: There are different ways to cook Naga Biran Wings. One popular method is grilling the wings on a hot barbecue grill or baking them in the oven until they are cooked through and crispy on the outside. Another option is to deep-fry the wings until they turn golden and crispy.

Glaze: While the wings are cooking, a glaze made from a mixture of melted butter, Naga chili paste, honey, soy sauce, and other spices is prepared. The glaze adds extra heat and flavor to the wings.

Tossing: Once the wings are cooked, they are tossed in the prepared glaze to coat them evenly. The glaze adds a spicy kick and a touch of sweetness to the wings.

Serving: Naga Biran Wings are typically served hot as an appetizer or as part of a meal. They can be garnished with fresh cilantro or sliced green onions for added freshness.

Naga Biran Wings are perfect for those who enjoy spicy food and are looking to experience the unique flavors of Naga cuisine. The combination of fiery chili peppers, aromatic spices, and tender chicken wings makes for a delicious and unforgettable dish.


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