Chicken Skin Fried Rice With Two-Ingredient Buffalo Sauce
Buffalo sauce is a famous chicken wings sauce that was originally invented in 1964 at the Anchor Bar in Buffalo, New York. Since then, it has become the most popular sauce for chicken wings in the United States.
I enjoyed my first taste of authentic Buffalo sauce during my visit to the U.S. The flavor of this sauce is a unique combination of nutty, sour, and spicy. Once I returned home, I wanted to bring back all of the memories by creating a very simple, two-ingredient Buffalo sauce that I could incorporate into my fried rice. It's a totally unusual recipe, but it's absolutely delicious. I topped my fried rice with chicharron piel de pollo (crispy chicken skins) to give it an extra crunch. I hope you try this easy-to-make recipe at home, too! Enjoy.
- 2 cups rice, cooked
- 3/4 cups mixed vegetables, frozen
- two-ingredient Buffalo sauce (below)
- chicken skins
- salt, to taste
- pepper, to taste
- oil, for cooking
Two-Ingredient Buffalo Sauce
- 3 tablespoons butter, unsalted
- 2 tablespoons hot sauce
- 1 large bowl
- 1 medium bowl
- 1 small bowl
- 2 medium plates
- 1 small plate
- measuring cups
- measuring spoons
- chopping board
- 2 sauteeing pans
- 1 frying pan
- cooking spoon
- Season chicken skins with salt and pepper.
- Deep-fry chicken skins. Set aside.
- Heat small amount of oil in a pan. Add butter and hot sauce.
- Allow it simmer. Immediately turn off the heat once it begins to bubble.
- Toss the chicken skins quickly. Remove the skins. Set aside the Buffalo sauce and chicken skins.
- In a different pan, heat oil and saute mixed vegetables. Set aside.
- In the same pan, cook the rice. Once cooked, add the mixed vegetables and the Buffalo sauce.
- Mix thoroughly until all ingredients are well combined.
- Top the rice with fried chicken skins.
- Serve with your favorite dish.
Tips and Techniques
- Adjust the amount of hot sauce if desired.
- Start by adding only a small amount of hot sauce when mixing the Buffalo sauce. Some hot sauce brands may be much spicier than others.
- Add any other vegetables or meats you prefer
- Use leftover or a day-old fluffy rice to give a better texture.
- Make sure to adjust the amount of salt when using salted butter.
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