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Chili's Boneless Shanghai Wings Copycat Recipe
Chili's Boneless Shanghai Wings
By Todd Wilbur

Recipe Type: Appetizer
Calories: 630
Cook Time: 45 minutes
Recipe Rating: 4.8 (5 reviews)
 

Menu Description: "Crispy breaded chicken breast topped with sweet and spicy ginger-citrus sauce. Served with spicy-cool wasabi-ranch dressing for dipping."

So you're into boneless wings but you need a break from the traditional cayenne flavor of the Buffalo style. If fresh ginger-laced sweet-and-sour sauce sounds seducing, here is a variation worth snacking on. Along with the secret sauce recipe here is an easy way to fabricate a carbon copy of Chili's great wasabi-ranch dipping sauce just by adding a few ingredients to Hidden Valley Ranch dressing. I suggest adding one drop of green food coloring to the sauce to give it the same green tint of the original. The wasabi powder won't add much color, so this is the trick. You can find the dry powdered form of wasabi horseradish in the supermarket aisle with the other Asian foods.

Source: Top Secret Restaurant Recipes 2 by Todd Wilbur.

Ginger-Citrus Sauce
1 1/4 cups water
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Cindy  
Submitted on: 06/14/09
My sons loves these in the restaurant, so I was very curious about making these at home. They came out tasting just like Chili's and I had one very happy son! I have made them at least 5 times already.
Kara  
Submitted on: 07/18/07
This recipe is fantastic! I make salads with Quorn (vegetarian chicken-like product) cutlets, Napa Cabbage, and other veggies. I also make sandwiches with vegetarian breaded chicken patties and these sauces. Delicious!!
Manda  
Submitted on: 01/11/07
These are great! They really taste like Chili's! I was skeptical that they would turn out tasting like Chili's - and yet they did! Yummm.....
Leslie  
Submitted on: 05/23/06
These are my favorite thing on the menu! When I made them at home I couldn't believe they tasted just like the "real" ones. This recipe is great! Thanks
Kat  
Submitted on: 03/22/06
I love Chilis and this sauce is pretty close! I just used some Tyson popcorn chicken with the sauce to make prep time a snap.