Why not indeed.
I got this from a street vendor, and it was even more delightful than I had hoped. I thought I’d have to navigate around bones and cartilage (I love Chinese food, but their insistence on making many dishes a minefield of bones and cartilage can be a bit vexing), but nope: the genius who invented this thought of that. It’s completely deboned, aside from the very bottom part of the wing, so you can just hold on to that and eat it like a hot dog on a stick.
The skin, which has been glazed and sprinkled with sesame seeds, is crispy and tasty. The wing is filled with sticky rice with little bits of veggies, which is surprisingly spicy (it’s definitely not just plain rice). The crispy, sticky-sweet exterior contrasts very nicely with the dense, spicy interior. It seems like a novelty — like something you might get at the carnival — but it’s surprisingly delicious.